Emmerdale star Lucy Pargeter said ‘no one is safe’ on ITV – ahead of some big plans for the show’s 50th anniversary, as she teased one of the main characters might be ‘sacrifice’
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Emmerdale star Lucy Pargeter said ‘nobody is safe’ on ITV – ahead of some big plans for the show’s 50th anniversary.
The ITV drama will celebrate its 50th on-screen anniversary this October, and while Lucy hasn’t revealed anything that’s happened during that celebration month, she has hinted that even some of the characters are active. longest workers can also meet their manufacturer.
Lucy has been on the show for a few years, but she shared that she’s on a one-year contract and could be kicked out of the show in some dramatic scenes later this year – as she alludes to a character that’s in the dark. Objects can be “sacrificed”.
“No one is safe. I’m on a one-year contract so every year I wonder ‘Is this my last?’ This year is the show’s 50th anniversary. Do they need to sacrifice someone to pull the audience?” she teased. Metro.co.uk.
Speaking of not being the hostess of The Woolpack anymore, she added: “It’s very disturbing. I love being behind that bar. I wonder what my role in the village will be. Will they be? did you find Chas a job? a job?”
“My kids have settled in and every time I get a script, something will make me laugh or cry. I’m so glad I’m retiring to Emmerdale,” she admitted when talking about her future in the chapter. submit.
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Bosses revealed that a new baby will arrive in Dales in October.
“There’s going to be a new baby coming to Emmerdale before the end of the year. I don’t think that’s for free since there are a lot of female characters on the show, but there’s going to be a newcomer before the end of the year. Maybe Yes. probably will be a birthday in the anniversary month!” the boss teased to The Mirror earlier this year.
“The baby in the soap is either born on show celebration or Christmas, so there’s going to be one of those things happening.”
The 50th anniversary will feature the reveal of some big secrets – with stories happening right now building up to some incredible scenes in October of this year.
“We’ve been thinking about the 50th the whole time,” they said, “I think maybe we were holding back on some of our big ideas while Covid was so prominent in our lives because we weren’t able to. know what you can achieve.
“And just as great as the stunts – we have to have stories to back those stunts. We can blow up anything but if there’s no story behind it – then Our focus right now is on really building those stories out so, as it comes to the Golden Month of celebration, we have secrets that viewers would love to reveal.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/emmerdale-star-admits-no-one-26663517 Emmerdale star admits 'nobody is safe' on ITV ahead of dramatic 50th anniversary