Coronation Street fans were left baffled by a blunder in one of the shots as the soap went for an advert break last night (Wednesday, May 27).
Usually there will be a break in the episode around halfway through which plays the Corrie theme, along with a shot of the outside of a building.
In last night's episode, just before the break, a shot was shown of the outside of Weatherfield General Hospital.
However eagle-eyed fans noticed behind the hospital sign there was a building. And it appears the words 'Studio 2' were painted on it.
Maybe the hospital is just next to a TV studio?!
Coronation Street: Oliver's illness storyline
After having a series of fits, Oliver was brought to the hospital. His family were told he could have mitochondrial disease.
In this week's episodes, Steve and Leanne were being given the news that their son could have brain damage.
Although they were told there's a chance the brain damage is permanent, Leanne is determined to stay positive.
After Oliver called her 'mummy', she believed everything was going to be okay. However her boyfriend Nick and Steve appeared worried.
In next week's episodes, Leanne brings Oliver home as they await his results. But it's clear she's in denial and goes about acting as if everything is normal.
Both Nick and Steve offer to help out, however the worried mum is determined to cope alone.
Is she heading for a fall as she pushes people away?
What's to come for Leanne?
Speaking to TV Times she said: "Oliver isn't Nick's biological child and he's reminded of that every day.
"He has to hide his tongue, but he's hurting, so there's another story that opens up for him, which ties into this.
"There is also a story that opens up for Toyah, as she makes a huge decision about her life that also affects Leanne."
Have you been following Oliver and Leanne's storyline?
Coronation Street airs Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm on ITV.
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