Next week is set to another dramatic week on Coronation Street.

Fans of the long-running soap are still reeling from the events of last week when the villainous Todd Grimshaw's lies were finally exposed at the calendar launch.

As well as dealing with the fallout from that, characters in the ITV show are set to be involved deadly fires, shocking betrayals and a new romance may be on the cards - as Mirror Online reports.

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This is what's coming up on next week's episodes.

Fire outbreak

Alina and Tyrone's romance has caused a storm on the show recently - but their story is set to take a dramatic turn this week as someone will deliberately set fire to the flat leaving Alina and her unborn child in grave danger.

Alina is not meant to be in the flat at the time it breaks out, but she decides to have an early night after she is feeling unwell and encourages Tyrone to go out with his friends.

Residents on the street soon notice that smoke is coming from Alina's flat and the character played by Ruxandra Porojnicu is soon rescued by an ambulance.

While Tyrone races back to be at her side, Hope watches on from her bedroom window.

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As Alina sits up in her hospital bed, she reveals she and the baby are both fine but she's mortified to learn the fire may be her fault.

Investigators initially blame a candle for the blaze, but they're soon left making a worrying conclusion.

The police reveal an accelerant was used to start the fire, and that it is now being treated as arson leaving Tyrone and Alina devastated and wondering who could have done such a thing.

Did Hope attempt to kill Alina?

Hope is struggling with Alina's pregnancy news, and dad Tyrone's split with her mother Fiz - who he ditched for Alina, before learning she was pregnant.

While she makes a sweet gesture by giving Alina a toy dinosaur for the baby, which the couple learn is a baby boy, she's soon staring furiously at the toy as she overhears them discussing their news.

Hope steals Alina's house keys when she's picked up by her mother, and later declares to a shocked Fiz that she wants nothing to do with her baby brother.

She goes as far as to claim she hopes he's never born leaving Fiz mortified, and she sends her daughter to her room.

Unknown to her though, Hope sneaks out and lets herself into the flat to retrieve her dinosaur, believing no one his home.

Hope is seen keenly trying to suggest Alina is to blame for the fire in the aftermath as she was alone, with her questions over the fire raising suspicions with her grandmother Evelyn.

Fiz appears shaken by the fire which confuses Tyrone and leaves Alina accusing her of being the one who started it.

But Fiz is worried her daughter Hope is to blame, and tells her they need to talk about what happened.

Tyrone soon clocks on to her suspicions and shares them too - but could Hope really have started the blaze, and will her parents tell the police?

Todd Grimshaw at war with Shona

Fresh from Todd being exposed for his lies, and the extremes he went to win back Billy, he's left at war with Shona next week.

Fed up with the chaos that is the parking situation on the street, Shona comes up with a homemade parking ticket system which does not go down well.

She soon slaps a ticket on Todd's hearse when he leaves it outside No.8, leading to him accusing her of fraud.

Shona gets her own back by spraying it with shaving foam, and it's not long before they declare war on each other

Fallout of Craig's betrayal

Following his wrongful arrest by racist police officer PC Brody, James Bailey has launched a complaint.

He was injured after being pulled over by the officer and colleague Craig Tinker, while he and his brother Michael were test driving a sports car.

The brothers were subjected to racial profiling, as PC Brody questioned James over his apparently erratic driving and when James questioned his reasons for pulling him over, he was arrested for obstruction.

Next week, James learns the devastating news that the station will not be looking further into his complaint regarding his arrest.

He asks neighbour Craig whether he reported the fact he was not driving erratically at all, and that there was no need to pull him over.

Craig becomes flustered though, and it becomes clear he supported his colleague and did not reveal what really happened.

The officer feels guilty as James tells him that all he needed to do was tell the truth, but he has instead let him down - leading to Craig questioning PC Brody about the arrest.

He's left horrified though when PC Brody makes a racist remark and suggests that black people are "just over sensitive".

Meanwhile, James tells Michael he isn't going to drop it and is going to appeal.

A new romance?

Aadi finally gives into his feelings next week and admits how he feels about Summer - confiding in Amy as he doesn't know how to tell her.

Amy's pleased about it but her mum Tracy gets the wrong idea, and believes Amy is the girl he likes.

She and Aadi's father Dev, as well as Amy's dad Steve, are soon locking horns over the possible romance.

Meanwhile, Aadi finally plucks up the courage to ask Summer out and she agrees with them soon planning their first date together.

But there could be some drama ahead when the pair and Amy come across Steve and Dev fighting it out in the street, as Steve accuses him of encouraging his son to have sex with Amy - will Summer get the wrong idea?

Nina's struggle

Nina meets with her witness liaison officer next week, and she crumbles at the thought of having to relive what happened.

She was violently attacked and almost killed in a horrific hate crime attack earlier this year, targeted because she identifies as a goth.

Her boyfriend Seb Franklin died from his injuries, as he was also attacked by Corey and his gang.

Later, when vicar Billy mentions a memorial veg plot left by one of his parishioners, Nina’s taken with the idea.

She suggests to Roy they could do the same for Seb in his honour, and when Ed offers Nina the land next to his builder’s yard for Seb's memorial garden, she’s left deeply touched.

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