Corrie Spoilers: Two endings to Kirsty and Tyrone plot filmed! Bosses to decide at last minute which will air! (VIDEO)

by Lynn Connolly

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It’s been revealed today that Coronation Street bosses have filmed two endings for the climax to the Kirsty Soames and Tyrone Dobbs storyline…

One ending will feature Tyrone (Alan Halsall) going to prison, having been found guilty of child abduction and of battering Kirsty, while the other shows wicked Kirsty (Natalie Gumede) getting her comeuppance and being imprisoned when her lies are exposed!

As fans will know, Tyrone is of course innocent of the charges of domestic violence, because it has in fact been Kirsty who’s been battering him…

However, as we saw in last night’s double-bill of episodes, Tyrone’s lover Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine) put him on the road to prison by tipping off the police as to their whereabouts.

The couple had been hiding out in Wales, having snatched baby Ruby from her psycho mum. Poor Ty will now be held on remand in prison until his case is heard in court.

But of the possible outcomes to the story, The Sun reports, “In Ending One, left, Kirsty is in handcuffs and is led away by police officers. Tyrone smiles and gets a big hug from by pal Hayley Cropper (Julie Hesmondhalgh).

“But in Ending Two, Tyrone is arrested, right, and appears at Weatherfield Crown Court where he has to try to prove his innocence.”

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Which ending would you prefer to see? Personally, I would imagine it’s a foregone conclusion that Kirsty will be the one imprisoned. Soaps tend to always see the baddie getting their comeuppance in the end!

However, of the plotline, Jennie McAlpine told the Mirror that she’d love to see Fiz and Tyrone living happily ever after once the story concludes.

She said, “It’s not straightforward. Fiz has had a lot of heartbreak with her relationships, but that’s why she and Tyrone are drawn to each other – they’ve both been very unlucky in love.

“They’re striving for this happy, loving family, but it’s happening in a weird twisted way.”

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And when asked, “Are you proud of the domestic abuse storyline?” Jennie replied, “Yes, I’m really pleased that Corrie chose to tackle this issue.

“They’ve done it with the right characters and a lot of sensitivity.

“Also, I was so chuffed that my colleague Alan Halsall won Serial Drama Performance at the National Television Awards.”

It hasn’t yet been announced when the dramatic conclusion to the plotline will air, but we wil of course keep you posted.

For now, here’s a sneak peek look at tomorrow night’s visit to Corrie…

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.


  1. amy bruton on February 13, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    I can’t stand this any longer, what about the fact she was due to go to counselling for her violence towards tyrone. But never went. That should be on record.
    I can’t bare it, its important that domestic violence is dealt with.

  2. kirkin on February 13, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    It is really starting to bug me..the thing about this story line is that if you were a battered man you would b scared to come forward cause look how easy it was for her to turn it round..a dont think it should b draged on much longer its giving a bad veiw of physical abuse to men…so sad

  3. Tom on February 13, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    This story line has seriously run its course now. When they started this story I had great respect for the way that they tackled the story and developed the abuse over time and bringing this issue out into the public domain. Now however they are in danger of destroying all the good that this story line has done by drawing out this never ending situation that insults the intelligence of the viewer. Everyone knows that Kirsty was seeking help for being violent, she was kicked out of the police force for the same matter, Tyrone has been to hospital for his injuries, Tommy and Tinna shouted it in the pub months ago, everyone with half a brain cell has a lock on their phone the list goes on….

  4. Cynthia on February 13, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    This whole story line is dragging on and on and on. If the ending where Tyrone goes to jail is aired, then the message is a man shouldn’t go to the police if he’s being battered by a woman because the police won’t believe him. Not a very responsible message to send!!!

  5. Kayte on February 13, 2013 at 9:26 pm

    I agree with Cynthia – this has gone on too long and needs to reach a conclusion very very soon or it is in danger of sending out wrong messages, no matter how high the ratings go on this one. A man is almost automatically rejected 9by public if nobody else) should he raise issues re abuse by a woman, and this storyline, if it ends with Tyrone in prison, just serves to perpetuate this. The sad thing is that if doing a search on line for help, a man may come up with this storyline and feel less able to come forward and protect himself or his family. Come on Corrie – this needs to end with the right message to all abusers – i.e. zero tolerance.

  6. Jayne on February 13, 2013 at 9:42 pm

    Come on corrie the storyline needs to end know and with Kirsty getting her commupence especially if you want the right message to get across needs to end now

  7. kerry on February 14, 2013 at 12:31 am

    i think this has gone on far to long if a man was being abused like ty and was watching it he wouldnt want to go to the police and is putting real men in real danger with it all dragging on i think kirsty should be caught out and punished big time just like ty is its gone on to long and if ty gets found guilty in court then im sorry but i will never watch another episode of corrie and ive been watching it 25 years but will never be on in my house again its gone on to long now and its gone to far for poor ty !!!! let ty have something good out of all this let him have soul care of ruby and be free to carry on and find love again poor bloke !!

  8. john on February 14, 2013 at 8:04 am

    hi the story line is great as so much of this goes on and ppl never listn to the men, it went on for nearly 3 years with me before i finally walked out.but few times police called and she twisted it round and i have a small police record now……for something i never did,well done corrie though to make it aware to ppl that lot of this goes on

  9. Robyn on February 14, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    thing is, after reading other comments :
    1-this is a soap- fictional . And Coronation street isnt exactly known for following reality.
    2- To those who are the victims of abusive relationships, there should be a phone number at the end of each episode , which they can call for advice.
    3- If he does go to prison, then Fiz and Kev should be found guilty of aiding and abetting the abduction of the baby and be given similar sentencing. Upon Tyrone’s release there should be a restraining order preventing him from going anywhere near Coronation street.
    If Tyrone is found incocent- seeing as he is not the legal father, wouldnt the child be put into care…???

    Further more, he didnt need to marry her, he could have just got a DNA test done to proove he is the father of the child…. if it was real life, he would only need to refuse to pay for the childs upkeep and the CSA would be all over him to establish he is the father lol

  10. Angharad on February 14, 2013 at 11:30 pm

    How long is this storyline going to go on for? I can’t believe that they are portraying things so badly for the victim. Yes, men being abused is a very delicate issue, and I admire the soap for tacking the issue, but not in a way that actually makes male victims scared of coming forward. I’m getting angrier and angrier with every episode – if Kirsty doesn’t get her comeuppance, I for one will not be watching Corrie again and shame on the producers if they jail the true victim in all of this.

  11. Helen on February 16, 2013 at 12:10 am

    This has gone on way too long, she deserves to get caught if she doesn’t I won’t be watching anymore. Move on to different story lines please….

  12. Jean on February 16, 2013 at 6:40 am

    This is going on and on,Do the right thing let KIRSTY go to prison and make everyone eat there words,come on.leave Fiz and Tyrone alone.

  13. julie on February 18, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    I really think it is important to highlight domestic violence on TV soaps, however this storyline which does happen alot to men is becoming a bit of a joke, imagine if a man who is being abused by his partner sees this story line with tyrone being sent to jail they would never speak out themselves, thye would think that no one would listen, I think Kirsty needs to go to jail and let tyrone keep the baby how much bad luck can one character have with his wife running off with his best mate and the baby who he thought was his being taken away and now he gets beaten up from his new finacee and may risk losing his actual baby. GET a grip corrie x

  14. Sophie on February 18, 2013 at 8:44 pm

    This story has gone on too long nd would probably put off any man suffering in real life to come forward!

  15. Daniel Wilkes on February 19, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    I think Kristy should go to prison and Tyrone should be found not guiltyx

  16. rosemary on February 19, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    Really? My partner was physically abused by his ex wife for 13 years before he came forward… don’t think Corrie would let it go on that long. She needs her comeuppance. Men need to be believed.

  17. Clare on February 22, 2013 at 2:21 am

    I started watching Cornation Street about 5 years ago. I love how they don’t drag out their story lines like American Soaps. Well, they’ve sure screwed up with the Tyrone/Kirsty storyline. WRAP IT UP!!!! It is no longer fun or interesting to watch. All this sympathy for Kirsty is enough for me to dump this show… how unfortunate, it used to be a great show.

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