The online-only content will explore the discussions and banter which takes place in the couple's bedroom before the lights go out each night.
Corrie's official site has confirmed that ten webisodes have been commissioned and each will run for three minutes.
Revealing details of what is in store, a statement said: "With spilt tea on the sheets, flickering street lights from the cobbles and snoring habits high on the agenda, the night-time natter provides one last chance before the day ends for the bickering Barlows to discuss their differing approaches to life and living."
The series - titled Ken and Deirdre's Bedtime Stories - will start airing on the Corrie website on February 14 and run for ten weeks thereafter.
News of the internet spinoff follows the success of exclusive online-only content which was introduced for Coronation Street's 50th anniversary last month. Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad