Despite a main character facing a fatal collision, Emmerdale has finished filming its blockbuster soap opera stunt week.

Emmerdale has wrapped filming for this year’s Super Soap Week, according to director Matt Hilton.

The achievement was announced in a tweet by Matt, who has previously helmed episodes of programmes like Casualty and Coronation Street.

Wrapped up Super Soap Week for @emmerdale yesterday, and the shoot couldn’t have gone better, he wrote. I’m so proud of what we’ve achieved together and I can’t wait to see everything put together next week! Thank you to everyone who participated in making the previous month such a blast!

The Yorkshire Dales, where Emmerdale is filmed, were also revealed by Matt, but alas, we were unable to notice any hints as to what to expect in October!

Fortunately, we already know that Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins), Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb), and Chloe Harris (Jessie Elland) will appear in the week of dramatic episodes as their respective storylines come to a close.

Next month, when Chloe is stuck inside a car that is falling over a cliff, the young mother’s life will be in risk.

Chloe’s life will ultimately be in grave jeopardy. (Image from ITV)

Mackenzie is said to exit the car just in time, but she doesn’t appear to be able to save Chloe before it crashes off the cliff.

The next scene shows Charity and Mack engaged in a contentious discussion regarding what just happened.

After Mackenzie had a relationship with Chloe and neglected to notify Charity that he was Reuben’s father (Image: ITV), the plot started.

These sequences are unquestionably all action, an insider informed The Sun. Charity is determined to exact revenge on Mackenzie for sticking with Chloe.

However, viewers will need to wait to find out who survives.

Executive Producer Jane Hudson’s tenure on the program will come to an end during Super Soap Week; she will leave her position on September 22 after serving in it for five years.

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