Chesney Brown (Sam Aston) is about to face a huge crisis in Coronation Street when his young son Joseph goes missing, after feeling like he is second to the quads.
Chesney and Gemma (Dolly Rose Campbell) will continue to find the babies the centre of their focus and they forget somewhat how much it must be impacting Joseph.
But they will regret it when the youngster disappears.
Producer Iain MacLeod told Metro.co.uk: ‘I love that family a lot, for many reasons. We haven’t seen the quads as much as we had liked, it feels we can now examine that house. Joseph is sensitive and has tragedy in the background – he is essentially in the box room as the quads are lavished on.
‘There’s also damage financially, five mouths to feed is punitive. Joseph has an unsettled home life which causes him to run away.
‘There’s widespread panic and it leads to a different story for another family. He won’t be tearaway – much more vulnerability. He’s not the new David Platt and it’s really heartbreaking.
‘The wider families make terrible decisions – Bernie for one, makes an act that is for the right reasons but brings families into a major feud. It makes the whole Street look sideways at the Brown family, and also threatens the burgeoning friendship with Dev.
‘It spins off into a story that will see a reintroduction to the household that will provide another threat.
‘There’s a lot going on but I think that family can handle it. Sam is a mature actor but he’s the male of the girl next door, he’s an every dad. His performances are so moving – the family is central part of 2022.’ But will they get Joseph back and what will the ramifications be?
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