It looks like Coronation Street fans will finally see the Geoff and Yasmeen Metcalfe storyline reach an explosive climax as the characters are set to face off in court.
Corrie bosses recently revealed that the trial will take place during the iconic soap's 60th Anniversary week.
Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) will finally have the chance for justice as she will stand trial after being accused of attempting to murder her evil husband Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew).
Viewers saw how twisted Geoff mentally abused his long-suffering wife for months, and after he threatened her with a knife, she stabbed him with a smashed glass bottle in self defence.
Coronation Street announced that the nail-biting trial will happen in the show's 60th anniversary week, so the long-running abuse storyline will seemingly come to an end.
A spokesperson said: "For months the nation has been gripped by the appalling abuse inflicted by Geoff Metcalfe upon his wife Yasmeen.
"With Yasmeen on remand charged with Geoff's attempted murder, the anniversary week will see the end of her trial.
"Will justice be done or is the nightmare only just beginning for Yasmeen and Alya?"
Yasmeen has been in prison now for months, and she recently admitted to her granddaughter Alya (Sair Khan) that she would rather stay locked up as she feels safe from evil Geoff behind bars.
Geoff's family have finally seen the horrible character's true colours, so will the court see through his lies too?
Fans will have to wait until the 60th anniversary to see the trial reach its verdict.
In other Corrie news, more spoilers have revealed Johnny Connor's situation will worsen as he is forced to lie to wife Jenny to hide the truth of his past.
The arrival of mysterious newcomer Scott Emberton to Weatherfield has meant his shameful exploits have come back to haunt him.
Later in the week, viewers will see Scott reveal his plans to swindle Ray out of some cash, forcing Johnny to get involved in the scheme.
When Johnny tries to refuse, Scott gives him no choice as he threatens to tell Jenny everything.
Being involved in the money scheme, Johnny is wracked with guilt.
Scott picks up on this, and later exposes the truth that Johnny once left a man to die after a robbery went badly wrong.
Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8pm on ITV.