The program for this year’s Super Soap Week, which will include two-hour long special episodes, has been revealed by Emmerdale.
As of now, we are aware that Charity (Emma Atkins), Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb), and Chloe (Jessie Elland) will appear during this eventful week because previously released photos depict the three characters as being engaged in a serious automobile crash.
Another image shows the moment the car crashes down a cliff while Chloe is allegedly stuck inside. The photographs show Charity and Mackenzie watching in fear while covered in blood.
The following ITV soap opera episodes will air as part of this life-altering ordeal:
9th of October, 7:30–8:30 p.m.
October 10th, 7-8 p.m.
October 11, 7:30–8:00 p.m.
October 12th, 7:30–8:00 pm
13th of October, 7-8 p.m.
‘I generally don’t get to do Super Soap!’ recently said Emma Atkins.
I haven’t performed it in a while, so this one is huge for me. I call my mother every day to let her know what we did, just like a little kid! I was being whirled about in a large vehicle called a gimble, which is similar to a large hamster wheel. When I got home, I told Albert everything about it.
‘I think, with Matt Hilton, our director, we’ve pulled it off brilliantly.’
The week will also mark an end to Executive Producer Jane Hudson’s time on the show.
‘I’ve had a wonderful time at Emmerdale and feel very lucky to have spent the last five years working alongside such a hardworking and talented team,’ she said, following news of her departure.
Especially during the epidemic, when we all banded together to ensure that we never went off broadcast, “I’m tremendously pleased of what we’ve accomplished both on and off screen.Even though it will be difficult to say goodbye to my imaginary villager family, I am looking forward to spending weekends with my real family once more.
I’m most excited to watch Emmerdale again since I never know what will happen.