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Picture Spoilers: Next week on Coronation Street (May 13-17)

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Next week on Coronation Street, Bethany's abuser Nathan is brutally attacked - but who is responsible?

Elsewhere, Leanne goes on one of the Institute's "retreats", Bernie reveals a huge secret and George tries to make things up with Glenda.

Read on for pictures and spoilers from next week's new episodes!


Monday, May 13 (Episodes 11264 and 11265)

Writer: Cameron McAllister and Carmel Morgan
Director: Merlyn Rice

George tries to make amends with Glenda by apologising and giving her a cheque for 22 grand. Can the siblings move past their feud?

Glenda and George on Coronation Street on May 13, 2024© ITV

Dev confronts Bernie on where she's been going and she crumbles, admitting that she had another son called Zodiac, aka Zac, who got taken into care. He was adopted and at some point changed his name to Christopher Green - and now she's trying to track him down.

Bernie on Coronation Street on May 13, 2024© ITV

Toyah does some more digging on the Institute and finds a forum of former followers - including one who posts that it's not to be trusted. Toyah tries to show Leanne but the post has been taken down for legal reasons, and when Leanne asks Rowan about it, he claims it was written by a bitter ex. He goes on to reveal that he has been promoted to head of the North-West division and offers to take Leanne on a tour of the Institute.

Rowan and Leanne on Coronation Street on May 13, 2024© ITV

Dee-Dee tells Carla and Nina that the CPS have called and they have some new information about Lauren's phone messages. Having overheard, an intrigued Bethany gets into the solicitors' and finds Lauren's file on Dee-Dee's desk.

Bethany on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Also: Steve fumes when he learns that Weatherfield County are planning to commission a bust of Tommy Orpington.

This hour-long episode airs Monday, May 13 at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Wednesday, May 15 (Episodes 11266 and 11267)

Writer: Susan Oudot and Ella Greenhill
Director: Miguel Guerreiro

Bethany quizzes Craig about Nathan and when he lets slip that Nathan's girlfriend works at a nail bar in town, Bethany reminds him that Nathan was running a tanning salon when he groomed her. Later, Daniel and Bethany are confronted by Nathan, who's angry that she's been harassing his girlfriend. Meanwhile, David, Sarah and Gary discuss Nathan and agree that something needs to be done before he ruins Bethany's life again.

Bethany, Daniel and Nathan on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Back on the building site, Nathan starts packing up for the day when a hooded figure approaches and hits him over the head, sending him collapsing to the ground unconscious.

Nathan on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Nathan on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Leanne tells Simon that she's met a man at the Institute called Jared who is keen to get involved with the delivery app idea, but he'll need some money. Later, Toyah meets up with Rowan's ex Una, telling her that her sister Leanne is under the spell of the Institute and could be in danger. Will Una shed any light on the situation?

Una and Toyah on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Toyah on Coronation Street on May 15, 2024© ITV

Also: Steve shows Tim pictures of Tracy enjoying herself with Tommy in the Med, Bernie's attempts to find the correct Christopher Green prove fruitless and Kevin admits to Debbie that work is slow at the garage.

This hour-long episode airs Wednesday, May 15 at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX


Friday, May 17 (Episodes 11268 and 11269)

Writer: Simon Crowther and Jonathan Harvey
Director: Miguel Guerreiro

Max shows Kevin and Abi his mock-up of the new website for the garage and tells them if they want to proceed it will cost a grand, but Kevin refuses. Later, browsing the Weathy County forum on Jack's laptop, Kevin sees something which rattles him.

Abi, Max and Kevin on Coronation Street on May 17, 2024© ITV

Leanne refuses Toyah's pleas to reconsider and heads off to the Institute's retreat. Disappointed that Leanne didn't say goodbye, Simon skips work, gets drunk, pukes in Tim's cab and then does a runner without paying.

Leanne, Nick and Toyah on Coronation Street on May 17, 2024© ITV

David pleads his innocence to Bethany and Sarah but Shona pulls out the tracking app on David's phone which shows he was at the building site at the time of Nathan's attack. David comes clean and admits that he saw the attack but it wasn't him who did it, leaving Bethany to suspect that Daniel was responsible.

Sarah and David on Coronation Street on May 17, 2024© ITV

David, Sarah and Shona on Coronation Street on May 17, 2024© ITV

Also: Sally's thrilled when Steve invites her and Tim to join Demi, his new estate agent girlfriend, for dinner, while Paul has his final meal before his feeding tube is fitted.

This hour-long episode airs Friday, May 17 at 8pm on ITV1 and ITVX


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