Die hard fans of Corrie – such as myself – will be pleased to learn that via the show’s official website, we can now see extra scenes, episodes and specially recorded footage in the form of streaming clips.
The bonus scenes feature some of the show’s biggest storylines, such as the tram crash, Kylie Platt (Paula Lane) doing her disappearing act, and Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) and Tracy Barlow’s (Kate Ford) trip to Blackpool.
We can also see all the episodes of Ken and Deirdre’s Bedtime Stories in one place, and ditto for all the bonus footage from the aforementioned tram crash.
Click ‘Read more’ and then click on the links to the episodes, and see what ITV have to say of them…
Kylie was deeply hurt and ran away with son Max after her husband David Platt (Jack P Shepherd) blamed his wife for pushing him too far in his battle with gran Audrey (Sue Nicholls) and ultimately causing her heart attack.
But what has happened to Kylie and Max since she went missing?
Watch this Corrie Extra drama to find out all the answers and see what Kylie is about to do next.
Tracy knows what she wants – but can she convince Steve? See an extra scene from Steve and Tracy’s trip to Blackpool with Amy.
Snuggle up with Ken (Bill Roache) and Deirdre (Ann Kirkbride) each week as they reflect on life as they know it in their unique and amusing way. Click here for the episodes.
In, Ken: A Life on the Street, Ken Barlow relives some of the highs and lows of living on Coronation Street and has some good advice for his grandson Simon (Alex Bain). Click here to watch.
In ‘Tram Crash News Flash’ ITV news sends dramatized reports from the scene of the Weatherfield disaster.
First, Alastair Stewart brings you the latest news from the scene of the disaster in Weatherfield, then as our reporter arrives at the devastation, more faces from the Street give their own insight into the tragedy
There is also news of a dramatic rescue, and more faces from the Street give their view on the disaster while resident Jason Grimshaw (Ryan Thomas) reveals all about his heroic rescue live on ITV News
Norris (Malcolm Hebden) reveals more about the tragedy, and John Stape (Graeme Hawley) gives a telephone interview on his experience
Click here to watch the extra scenes.