CORONATION STREET's Ali Neeson could say goodbye to the cobbles next week after one final attempt to get through to Maria Connor about the dodgy dealings of Gary Windass.Maria Connor (Samia Longchabon) from Coronation Street played carelessly against each other off against Ali Neeson (James Burrows) and Gary Windass (Mikey North), as they continue to fight for her. But for Ali, it might get too much because his departure from the ITV soap is imminent
James announced that after two years playing the drug-addicted prescription physician, he would leave Corrie. In a recent interview, he explained: "I had a fantastic couple of years on the set of Coronation Street. Ali is such a flawed character, and many things occurred to him. It was great to play such a significant role with so many flaws.
James revealed he'd be leaving Corrie after two years of playing the drug-addicted prescription physician.
Viewers will be able to see Ali go as next week's departure is scheduled to air as he attempts to get Maria to see the reality about the dark side of Gary one more time.
Maria will be confused in the coming scenes when she watches Ali get rushed to the hospital after an overdose. Ali's brother Ryan Connor (Ben Thompson), excuses her for what has happened as she continues to play with her heart, running to him whenever she is angry with Gary or frustrated.
But is Maria to blame for it? Ali does not appear to think so.
Fully recovered, he desperately tries to get through her one last time about how evil Gary is. The villain has killed several people on the street who have crossed his path, causing him an extremely dangerous guy to be on the wrong side. When Maria climbs into Ali's car to ask him about his overdose, he locks her in and tells her how he believes that Gary spiked his drink, which led to his recent visit to the hospital.
He starts the car while Maria pulls fruitlessly at the door handle. Will Maria get kidnapped before leaving the street for good? Will the hairdresser end up believing in Ali's pleas? Shona Ramsey (Julia Goulding) is out on the cobbles elsewhere after being last seen in a coma after the shooting at Christmas. After being shot by Derek Milligan, she was left with severe brain damage. Her partner David Platt (Jack P. Shepherd), was advised that she had severe memory problems and that it may take up to a year to see any change. Shona was moved to a Leeds specialist clinic, and it wasn't long before she declined to see David, leaving him depressed.
Julia was taking time off for maternity leave when she welcomed her first child's birth.
Yet Coronation Street has confirmed Shona's return on their official Twitter account after four months."Can you know who'd film with us this week? We missed you @juliagoulding #SaturdaySneakPeek #Corrie #BehindTheScenes, "read the post, as fans gushed about her returning. Julia said: "Hi everybody, maybe you're curious why I'm wearing my warm coat on Coronation Street-it's because of Shona's back." But how's she going to cope with being home? Would things come back to usual, or is the Platt in for another rough patch?