Emmerdale looks set to kill off a character this Christmas Day as tensions in the Yorkshire village increase by the day.
Emmerdale spoilers have revealed that Graham Foster (Andrew Scarborough) is going to be killed off soon, leading to a whodunnit mystery, which will rip the Dales apart.
But could the soap be set to air the tragic death of another character in a shock twist?
The ITV soap has got form for killing off characters during the family period, as it is the soap to have killed off the most people on Christmas Day, with a whopping seven stars being killed off on the festive day.
Dave Glover died as a result of burns and lung damage from a structure fire on Christmas day 1996 and Vic Windsor died from serious head injuries caused by Billy Hopwood on Christmas Day 1998.
Not only that, Ray Mullon was bludgeoned with a vase by Louise Appleton 2002 while Tom King was defenestrated by Carl King in 2006.
Alex Moss was strangled by Cameron Murray on Christmas Eve 2004, while Jean Tate Sr. died of assisted suicide in 1984 and heaping even more misery on the Kings, Rosemary King shot herself on Christmas Day 2007.
In comparison, EastEnders has seen five deaths on December 25, while Coronation Street has only had one since 1960.
Could Emmerdale be about to air a shock death twist amid the festivities?
Fans have been worried about Sarah Sugden (Katie Hill) and Noah Tate (Jack Downham) after they have been enticed into trying drugs by Sarah’s mysterious new boyfriend Danny (Louis Healy).
Noah almost died in shocking scenes from a major drug overdose in the woods, putting his life in danger, as his mum Charity was told he could have kidney damage.
Could Noah be about to take a turn for the worse?
Meanwhile, Sarah has a weak heart, as she went through a transplant last year and also had chemotherapy for cancer treatment as a child.
Could Sarah also be about to put her life in danger as the Dales is rocked by her sudden death?
It isn’t looking good for the teenagers, and it is all thanks to Danny…
Emmerdale continues tomorrow at 7pm on ITV.