Emmerdale boss confirms Faith's devastating death episodes in 50th anniversary

Emmerdale’s Sally Dexter has had us all sobbing recently watching Faith Dingle come to terms with the fact her cancer diagnosis is terminal.

We’ve seen some truly devastating scenes with Faith and her family, and some more lighter ones too.

There was the moment Sarah (Katie Hill) talked to her gran about losing her but also, we’ve seen Faith reconnect with Cain (Jeff Hordley), she’s reminisced with him and Chas (Lucy Pargeter) about their family life and took hilarious risks like running out of the café without paying for her food.

We are, of course, watching Faith with sadness, knowing her time in the village will soon come to an upsetting end.

As we get into the latter part of summer, the cast and crew at Emmerdale are gearing up for the soap’s 50th anniversary, beginning at the start of October.

With storylines reaching crescendos and others just getting started, it will be a huge month for every character – including beloved Faith.

Revealing how the first few weeks of October will pan out, show boss Jane Hudson told us:

‘As we start our brilliant month, we’ll be focusing on our Faith storyline, which is a huge storyline for us at the moment and then we will work our way into our storm.’

‘It is such an emotional, heartbreaking story and is going to be huge across our 50th. Everybody involved in that story is pulling out some of the most spectacular performances I’ve seen in a soap for a long time.’

Teasing how October will draw to a close, Jane added:

‘When we get to the end of October it might be the end of our celebrations but we will be ending that month with a storyline which kicks off a whole new story and potentially sees one of our characters looking at spending the rest of their life in jail.

‘I’m not going to tell you anything else about that story, but we are absolutely making sure that when our celebration month ends it’s just the beginning of a whole new chapter, particularly for one of our families.’

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