The ITV soap came to a halt last month after filming was suspended to ensure the safety of the cast and crew.
And now, the 38-year-old Kirk Sutherland actor has admitted there may be a possibility of the show coming off air if they run out of episodes to screen.
Speaking on the United Podcast, he said: “I think we’ve got until the beginning of July in the can.
“So we need to get back hopefully by the middle of June with a bit of luck, otherwise it’s going to go off air.
“We’ve cut down from six episodes a week to three episodes a week, obviously to stay, but hopefully we’ll get back.
“A lot of the airlines have announced they’re going to start flying again mid-June, so I’m presuming if that’s going to happen then hopefully we should be able to get back to work with a bit of luck, so fingers crossed.”
Last month, Andy explained that the soap had to put up with “rewrites and changes” after some of its stars went into coronavirus self-isolation.
Taking to Instagram to share a loved-up selfie with wife Nichola Willis, he wrote: “So ready for a drink tonight been a tough week at work with rewrites and changes with some cast members having to self isolate.
“I just want to say I’m so proud of everyone @coronationstreet the way people have mucked in this week has been incredible and shows how much love there is for the show.
“It’s a mad situation we all find ourselves in but we’ll get through this, stay safe everyone .”
Corrie has been reduced to just three episodes a week alongside Emmerdale over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The soaps now air on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.