Coronation Street

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0.0

Duration  :  

30m

1432 Episodes

Coronation Street is a British television soap opera first broadcast on Granada Television in 1960. It was soon syndicated on other ITV franchises. The programme concerns the lives of the residents of Coronation Street in Weatherfield, a fictional area of Salford, and centres around its terraced houses, cafe, corner shop, newsagents, textile factory and the Rovers Return pub. The programme was devised in 1960 by local scriptwriter Tony Warren at the recently formed Granada Television in Manches ...
Seasons
Specials

39 Episodes

Season 1

11 Episodes

Season 2

14 Episodes

Season 3

11 Episodes

Season 4

10 Episodes

Season 5

2 Episodes

Season 6

2 Episodes

Season 7

2 Episodes

Season 8

2 Episodes

Season 9

2 Episodes

Season 10

2 Episodes

Season 11

2 Episodes

Season 12

2 Episodes

Season 13

2 Episodes

Season 14

2 Episodes

Season 15

2 Episodes

Season 16

2 Episodes

Season 17

2 Episodes

Season 18

2 Episodes

Season 19

2 Episodes

Season 20

2 Episodes

Season 21

2 Episodes

Season 22

2 Episodes

Season 23

2 Episodes

Season 24

2 Episodes

Season 25

2 Episodes

Season 26

2 Episodes

Season 27

2 Episodes

Season 28

4 Episodes

Season 29

2 Episodes

Season 30

2 Episodes

Season 31

3 Episodes

Season 32

2 Episodes

Season 33

34 Episodes

Season 34

2 Episodes

Season 35

2 Episodes

Season 36

2 Episodes

Season 37

2 Episodes

Season 38

2 Episodes

Season 39

2 Episodes

Season 40

2 Episodes

Season 41

5 Episodes

Season 42

2 Episodes

Season 43

5 Episodes

Season 44

2 Episodes

Season 45

3 Episodes

Season 46

2 Episodes

Season 47

2 Episodes

Season 48

4 Episodes

Season 49

2 Episodes

Season 50

3 Episodes

Season 51

17 Episodes

Season 52

264 Episodes

Season 53

258 Episodes

Season 54

260 Episodes

Season 55

253 Episodes

Season 56

163 Episodes

Season 57

15 Episodes

Season 58

4 Episodes

Season 59

15 Episodes

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