Contracts for ITV’s Emmerdale are issued only on a one-year basis. This means that the future of any character can be predicted.

Emma Atkins has opened up about her future on Emmerdale after her character committed murder (Image: ITV)

Emmerdale‘s Emma Atkins th, the actress who plays Charity Dingle in the ITV soap, has spoken about the implications of her current plotline since fans are worried she could be forced to leave the soap. The holiday season was when her character, 48 years old, was killed off by Damon Harris (Robert Beck), also popularly known as Harry.

Many viewers have speculated that the plot might result in her fleeing from the village or being sent to jail. The soap’s star has stated that she’s not worried about the result.

“When I got the script, I was a bit like, ‘Wow, oh my god, this makes me a killer, but I guess what will be will be, and you can never really be fearful of these things because if my time in Emmerdale is coming to an end then I will always be OK because that’s my job, I’ve chosen to be an actress and you have to sort of go with the flow,” Leeds Live published.

Emmerdale stars Like most soaps, Emmerdale actors operate on year-to-year agreements, which means they could be sacked anytime. The situation has led several other actors to voice concerns over their careers.

Dominic Brunt, who played Paddy Kirk for over a quarter of a century, previously stated: “If I was to go tomorrow…I wouldn’t complain because I’ve had 25 amazing years – but long may it continue,” Dominic stated. “I truly love my job to the core. I’m unable to tell you its significance for me.”


Mark Charnock, who plays the character of Marlon Dingle, has also discussed life’s uncertainties in the show.

The actor of 53 years has spoken to on Emmerdale’s stage before the 50 anniversary celebrations. Anniversary festivities.

“There’s an authentic family atmosphere there. And, like I’ve mentioned numerous times, don’t even think outside of the terms of your contract. Accepting the worst is the most healthy, ideal approach to moving forward.

“The best part about that is that it keeps you occupied constantly. It’s important to continue doing your best. Don’t ever, ever take anything as a given.”


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