Sunday 18 March 2018

ITV rules out one Corrie murder suspect ahead of Tina's death this week

Quiz invites audience to guess

Anita McSorley

ITV has ruled out one suspect ahead of the murder of one of Corrie's main characters this week.

Tracey Barlow is not responsible for Tina McIntyre’s untimely death, a quiz that was recently posted on the ITV soap’s website has confirmed.

The quiz - entitled ‘Can you eliminate a suspect?’ - gives viewers an opportunity to discover the name of one innocent suspect.

A full score leads to Tracy Barlow, played by Kate Ford (36), being eliminated.

This leaves Peter Barlow, Carla Barlow and Rob Donovan as the three remaining suspects.

Tonight, viewers will see Tina – played by Michelle Keegan (26) – falling from a balcony at the builders yard after a confrontation with her killer.

ITV has released a series of videos showing four alternative showdowns between her and her potential killers, in the build-up to her death.

After falling from the balcony Tina will be seen fighting for her life in hospital before her battle comes to an end on Monday 2 June in a double-bill.

In the coming months, the audience will see the killer desperately try to cover their trail and dodge justice.

Michelle Keegan, who plays Tina, won Soaps Sexiest Female for the sixth year in a row at the British Soap Awards over the weekend.

Corrie missed out on the Best Soap award, but David Neilson (65) and Julie Hesmondhalgh (44), who play Roy and Hayley Cropper, won a total of six awards between them.

The pair played Roy and Hayley for 16 years before Hayley’s death from cancer in January.

They were awarded Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Dramatic Performance (Neilson), Best On-Screen Partnership, Best Storyline for Hayley’s cancer and Best Single Episode for Hayley’s death.

Other wins for the soap included Best Comedy Performance for Simon Gregson (39) who plays Steve McDonald and Helen Worth (63) was honoured with an Outstanding Achievement for playing Gail McIntyre for 40 years.

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