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Coronation Street’s Katie McGlynn sends fans wild teasing epic soap return on BBC

SOAP HOPE

ACTRESS Katie McGlynn could be returning to soapland with a little help from the BBC.

The actress has called for Waterloo Road revival and says she’d love to return all grown up as a teacher.

She shared her hopes with her fans on Instagram after hosting a poll where 84% of her followers voted for the show to return. 

Katie began playing tomboy Jodie ‘Scout’ Allen on the Rochdale based series in 2011.

She joined the cast in Series 4 but did not have a speaking part until Series 7 and has been a popular character ever since.

Scouts storylines covered her struggling to provide for her family and resorting to stealing food and working as a courier for the local drug dealer.

Despite her dodgy jobs Scout scored great grades at school and the popular high school series ran from 2006 - 2015.

Jodie ‘Scout’ Allen was last seen saying she would "go off to university to do teacher training and then come back to show you all how it's done."

So Scout returning to Waterloo Road as a working teacher would make sense for Katie.

Katie McGlynn has been playing Sinead Tinker in Coronation Street since 2013 but her character sadly died in 2020 from cervical cancer.

Our TV screens have missed Katie so we cannot wait to see Scout Allen back in action.

Will class be back in session soon? Only time will tell...

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