Corrie spoilers: Laurence's terrifying past comes to light as Sean fears for his life



Coronation Street's Sean will be left fearing for his life - as Laurence's past finally comes to light.

Sean Tully (Antony Cotton) and his partner Laurence Reeves (Robert Shaw Cameron) have been getting on great but fans have been suspicious of him being too good to be true, and next week, his true past leaves Sean horrified as what really happened to his ex-wife is revealed and leaves the factory worker fearing for his own life.

Next week on the ITV soap, Eileen and Todd are determined to get to the bottom of everything that happened in the past and they manage to track down Mitch the taxi driver to find out how it all ended.

Todd and Eileen are horrified by what they discover
Todd and Eileen are horrified by what they discover ( ITV)

Mitch then reveals to the pair that he and Laurence were having an affair when his wife Lindsey ended up falling down the mountain. However, Mitch tells them he suspects foul play and is convinced Laurence pushed her off the mountain.

Stunned by the news about Laurence, Eileen and Todd feel they have no choice but to tell Sean the news.

However, he is left even more concerned when Laurence reveals to Sean that the pair of them are heading on a surprise mini-break involves mountains, as he tries to mask his concern given the news he'd just found out.

Sean is nervous when he learns about the past
Sean is nervous when he learns about the past ( ITV)

In the café the following day, Laurence tells Sean that there will be no phone signal in the village they're heading to as it's in the middle of nowhere - but how much danger will Sean find himself in?

Antony - who plays Sean - has been on the show for two decades this year

Is Sean in danger?
Is Sean in danger?

"Considering that I honestly expected to do just a small stint, maybe 12 weeks at most, I’m aware how lucky I’ve been to call Weatherfield home for so long," he said previously of his stint on the Cobbles.

Antony described the show as a "giant family", as he added: "Corrie is like a giant family. It feels nice to go to work with people that you know and love... For the past 19 years, I've never wanted to say goodbye to that."

*Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV.

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