SUPER Soap Week begins in a handful of days, leaving TV fans on edge as they wait for a massive twist.
ITV announced major changes in its usual soap schedule as Emmerdale will be aired at different time slots.
The broadcaster is making room for all the drama ahead and fans of the Yorkshire-based drama will be pleased to learn their favourite program will receive two hour-long specials.
This year, and as teased several weeks ago, the long-awaited Super Soap Week will give viewers chills with the climax of Charity Dingle, Mackenzie Boyd and Chloe Harris' explosive love triangle.
All three characters are set to be involved in a huge car stunt with Charity and Mack surviving the crash while Chloe's fate remains uncertain.
The drama-packed plot will begin on Monday, October 9, with the long-running program airing at its usual time of 7.30pm.
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While no changes will occur on Wednesday, October 11, ITV will be airing two 60-minute specials on Tuesday, October 10, and Friday, October 13, starting at 7pm.
The soap will also be airing for only one episode on Thursday, October 12 at 7.30pm, making way for the Pride of Britain Awards which will be taking place that same evening at 8pm.
As mentioned above, this year's Super Soap Week will turn the spotlight to Mackenzie, Charity and Chloe.
In recent scenes, the hunk played by Lawrence Robb has been torn between his lingering feelings for Charity (Emma Atkins) and his commitment to Chloe.
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Mack decided to stick with Chloe (Jessie Elland) and form a family with her and their son Reuben after the breakdown of his marriage.
Despite this, old habits die hard and he cheated on Chloe with none other than Charity herself.
Chloe has yet to find out about Mackenzie and Charity's secret tryst but she has recently accepted his marriage proposal.
Sensing things could go wrong, Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) gave Mack a stern warning and encouraged him to leave the eponymous village with Chloe and Reuben before her cousin tried to act out.
Meanwhile, Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson) issued a chilling threat after finding out Mack was planning on leaving the Dales with her sister Chloe.
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With a car crash ahead, which will leave all three characters hanging off a cliff, regular viewers have begun to speculate how it could all end.
And according to them, Chloe is the most likely to meet a tragic demise as Mack's feelings for Charity could still take over.
But how will it really play out?
Tune in to ITV from 7.30pm on Monday, October 9 to find out.
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