Emmerdale confirms two special episodes with stunts and twists and they're soon

Emmerdale has confirmed the schedule for this year’s Super Soap Week, which will feature two hour long special episodes.

So far, we know that Charity (Emma Atkins), Mackenzie (Lawrence Robb) and Chloe (Jessie Elland) will feature during this dramatic week, as previously released pictures show the three characters involved in a major car accident.

The images show Charity and Mackenzie looking on in horror while covered in blood, with another picture teases the moment the car falls from a cliff – with Chloe supposedly trapped inside.

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It’s going to be a life-changing ordeal, with instalments of the ITV soap airing as follows:

Monday, October 9: 7:30-8pm
Tuesday, October 10: 7-8pm
Wednesday, October 11: 7:30-8pm
Thursday, October 12: 7:30-8pm
Friday, October 13: 7-8pm

‘I normally don’t get to do Super Soap!’, Emma Atkins told us recently.

‘I haven’t done it for a few years so this one, for me, is mega. I’m like a kid, ringing my mum everyday telling her what we got up to! I was in a gimble which is a big car attached to a giant hamster wheel where I was being spun, I would get home and tell Albert all about that.

‘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.

‘I’m extremely proud of what we‘ve achieved both on and off screen, especially during the pandemic when we all pulled together to make sure we never went off air.

‘As hard as it is to say goodbye to my fictional family of villagers, I can’t wait to have weekends back with my real family.

‘But mostly, I can’t wait to be an Emmerdale viewer again and have no idea what’s coming next.’

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