Emmerdale viewers are set to be torn apart again as Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) leaves the village, leaving Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) distraught.
And the rest of us.
Robert has had a tough time of it lately, making it his mission to get justice for sister Victoria (Isabel Hodgins), after her rape ordeal at the hands of evil Lee Posner (Kris Mochrie), who continues to make her life hell.
His world is thrown into further chaos when Victoria announces her plans to leave the Dales, in an attempt to flee her rapist.
But Robert’s drastic plan for revenge could leave someone in grave danger.
Discussing his exit scenes, which will air towards the end of the year, producer Laura Shaw confirmed they will be ‘explosive’.
‘Ryan Hawley is leaving the show – it’s been a fantastic five years with him and we will miss him dearly,’ she told Metro.co.uk.
‘There is some time left with him on screen yet but in time, it does mean that our beloved Robron are going to be parted,’ she continued.
‘Not having such a good time is Victoria whose evil rapist Lee is still pursuing her. Victoria decides the only way to get away is to leave the village forever. Robert is devastated and doesn’t want her to go. Lee piles the pressure her and Robert has been pushed to the edge and he is on a mission to get his revenge on Lee even if it kills him.
‘You’ve seen in the past what happens with Aaron when he unravels so when he is parted from his beloved Robert, it’s going to be explosive.’
We’ve seen how desperate Robert is to take Lee down, confronting him and covering his workplace with posters which branded him a rapist.
However, this has little effect, he is forced to take more drastic action – recruiting Dawn Taylor (Olivia Bromley) in a dangerous scheme.
But does Robert’s hunt for revenge lead to him killing Lee and fleeing for good? Or could he join his sister as she makes a fresh start?
And what will this mean for Robron now?
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