Things take a violent turn on the Weatherfield cobbles, and Hope Stape of Coronation Street might be about to follow in her father’s footsteps.
It’s no secret that the child has exhibited unsettling behavior in Coronation Street over the years, but Hope (Isabella Flanagan) might be about to go too far. The 11-year-old will take over from her serial killer father John Stape (Graeme Hawley) in scenes that will air the following week as things get violent.
The past few weeks have not been simple for Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Hansell) and Fiz Brown (Jennie McAlpine), who have tried to shield Hope from the impending book about her father.
Tyrone confronted the author, who pushed the publication of the book forward despite his attempts to stop the tell-all accounts of his murders.
Tyrone brought all the books from the neighborhood bookstore and even a cutout of the murderer that they had hidden in the outhouse as they continue to try to protect Hope from what is about to be published.
But when they open the door later to find the books gone, they’re both baffled in scenes that will air next week.
When confronted about the missing books about her father, Hope, age 11, claims she threw them in a bin on Tile Street.
Later, when she calls her friend Sam to tell her she actually made £75 from selling her dad’s books, she admits.
When she chooses to join the “Legacy of Evil” group chat, things take an even more sinister turn.
Hope texts her schoolmates to let them know that she will be performing a special tribute to John Stape tomorrow.
The killer’s daughter will then be seen stealing a hammer from Tyrone’s toolbox and concealing her money in a tin in a cupboard.
Later, Beth Tinker presents to Sally Webster the passage from the John Stape book describing his liaison with Rosie.
After learning that Sally is also reading the book about the killer, Fiz is furious, and a huge argument ensues.
Hope makes the decision to approach some older year 11 girls at her school and let them know that she will be reading from her father’s book later that day.
When Fiz and Tyrone learn that the hammer is missing along with the cash they find, they start to feel extremely worried and concerned at No. 9.
Hope pulls the missing hammer from her bag after overhearing the two girls calling her a “nut job” and moves in their direction. But how far will she go?
According to an thesuns.info theory, Hope begins to swing at one of the girls in a fit of rage but misses because they manage to flee.
Hope is beginning to behave more and more like her father after the headmaster learns about the horrible incident, calling Fiz and Tyrone into the school as their fears are confirmed.
Actress Isabella Flanagan forewarned viewers that Hope will likely exhibit more erratic behavior in the future.
She said: “I feel as though Hope might calm down a little bit,” according to Inside Soap. But after that, they’ll force her to commit a serious sin.
Everyone will believe she is doing something good before she does something terrible.
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