Emmerdale fans vow to 'never watch again' if they kill off one character

Emmerdale vans have vowed they’ll ‘never watch again’ if the soap kills off a much-loved character.. This week ITV viewers have seen three flashforwards so far as the soap builds up to a wedding day disaster for Paul Ashdale and Mandy Dingle. It has already been revealed that at least one character will die in the tragedy when Jimmy King loses control of his truck and crashes into farm buildings where Mandy and Paul’s wedding is taking place.

And in Wednesday night’s episode, a flash-forward scene revealed Paul, Jimmy and Liv Flaherty will be left fighting for their lives in hospital.

Viewer saw the three Dales residents covered in cuts as they laid in hospital beds with machines beeping around them while Mandy, Aaron and Nicole looked on. But fans will NOT be happy if one character in particular meets their end. “Emmerdale are evil for leaving it there!

I just know he’s gonna do something to liv, I’m so worried about her #Emmerdale,” wrote one. Another warned: “The writers better not kill Liv off #Emmerdale,” alongside a few angry face emojis. “Kill off Jimmy or Liv and I’m never watching again #emmerdale,” a third fumed.

A fourth echoed: “Oh my god. NAH if Liv or Jimmy die I’ll be FUMING #Emmerdale.”

It isn’t looking good for Liv

“Not Liv Poor Aaron has lost enough people he loves #emmerdale,” another said. Emmerdale fans will have to wait a little longer to see who makes it but there is no guarantee that it’ll just be one who meets their maker.

And it might not be just the three as Reece Dinsdale, who plays Paul, accidentally revealed on This Morning earlier this week that a fourth character is a risk. “At the beginning you see three beds and you don’t see who’s in them, but you might see who is visiting those beds,” he explained. “Then by the end of this week the stunt comes to a conclusion, and I think a fourth member of the cast, one of the characters, is wheeled through as well.

“So we’ve got one of four who could meet their end.”