Has Coronation Street lined up a shock Christmas hit-and-run mystery for Liz McDonald?

Has Coronation Street lined up a shock Christmas hit-and-run mystery for Liz McDonald?

Coronation Street Liz McDonald this Christmas.

Liz (Beverley Callard) – Hannah (Hannah Ellis Ryan) Hannah (Hannah Ellis Ryan) – Will only see her troubles worsen this holiday season when she's deliberately hit by a car, reports The Sun,

Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley) wants to be arrested for the crime, but there's some suspicion that his jealous wife Jenny (Sally Ann Matthews) was actually behind the wheel.

Johnny Connor wants answers from Liz McDonald on Coronation Street

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The hit-and-run leads to a boycott of the Rovers Return by the Weatherfield locals, who refuses to drink at the pub until Johnny leaves. It has not been confirmed yet.

HOWEVER, Coronation Street Boss Iain MacLeod recently said that this year's Christmas Day episode will be one for thee.

"It's a Christmassy Christmas," he said in October. "It's got some big, heart-breaking stories in that, it'll have a big shock at the end and hopefully it'll be a payoff to those stories."

With Nigel Havers's character Lewis Archer So, the next few months are just a few moments to go on the cobbles.

Liz McDonald gets behind the bar in Rovers Return on Coronation Street

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Liz should not be too concerned. A Corrie spokesperson confirmed to Digital Spy just this week, there are no indications that she'll be leaving the show.

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