Coronation Street spoilers follow.
Coronation Street has confirmed that Seb Franklin and Nina Lucas's special flashbacks will air next week.
The ITV soap has filmed some extra scenes which will take viewers back to the night that Seb (Harry Visinoni) and Nina (Mollie Gallagher) were attacked by Corey Brent and his gang. The vicious incident led to Seb passing away in hospital.
With Corey (Maximus Evans) and Kelly Neelan (Millie Gibson) currently giving conflicting versions of what happened that night, the latest scenes will allow fans to discover the truth at last.
In next week's episodes, Nina is surprised as her memories from the night of the attack start to return.
Seb's mum Abi (Sally Carman) tries to push this process along further by bringing Nina the bag of items that was found on Seb after the attack.
Nina is particularly struck by the sight of a plastic heart ring and remembers Seb giving it to her.
Later, Nina decides to retrace her and Seb's steps from that evening. She takes Abi, Summer Spellman (Harriet Bibby) and Asha Alahan (Tanisha Gorey) with her to the wasteland where they encountered Corey and Kelly.
The audience is then taken back to the night of Seb and Nina's attack, as Nina finally remembers the events in full.
More truths are later revealed to viewers as Corey reflects on his crimes while lying in his cell.
Corey remembers the aftermath of the attack, including how he ducked into a ginnel to change into fresh clothes from his rucksack.
The thug then stuffed his blood-stained tracksuit back inside, stashing it in a hiding place before returning for it later and tossing it into the river.
By the end of the episodes, Nina is confident that she remembers Corey repeatedly kicking Seb, and Kelly begging him to stop.
Nina decides to give a new statement to the police and wants to expose the truth in court, but will this be enough to bring Corey to justice?
Coronation Street airs these scenes on Monday, August 30 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
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