Emmerdale trailer sees violent gun showdown for Cain and Al as Chas affair exposed
Emmerdale looks set for even more explosive scenes as a new trailer sees Cain Dingle and Al Chapman in a violent gun showdown after the latter's affair with Chas Dingle is exposed.
In the dramatic teaser video, it sees Cain discover his sister Chas' burner phone, which has a string of messages revealing her affair, as he calls the number to which Al answers: "Chas, you there?"
It then cuts to Cain holding Al hostage with a gun as he warns: "You're not going to be seeing her again" as Al replies: "Why? What you going to do? You've been hit too many times."
The teaser cuts to the two men fighting before they both look over to the shotgun and both attempt to reach it before a blast goes off. It's unclear who has shot who..
While Emmerdale teases over the explosive trailer: "The storm isn't over…"
In the upcoming scenes, Cain, who is filled with a mixture of anger and grief, uses Chas' burner phone to set a trap as Al is left confused to meet a steely Cain complete with shotgun.
At the same time, Chas realises that Cain has found her burner phone as she fears the worse and she's right as her brother holds Al at gunpoint.
As a cool Al’s confidence grows, he starts to stride off as Cain reveals that the gun was only to get his attention and prepares to fight Al.
Cain and Al begin to fight it out before both their gazes fall upon the shotgun lying nearby, they both fight to reach it. As a shotgun blast goes off, it’s unknown whether it's Cain or Al who has been shot…
It comes after Emmerdale boss Jane Hudson revealed that the 50th anniversary ends with a "really big bang" that goes into the "new year".
Speaking to press, including OK! recently, Jane said: "Well, it is a roller coaster of emotions and there is a visual impact, I think it will blow more than your socks off, put it that way.
"There's deaths, there's destruction, but there's also real moments of intimacy of heartbreak and love.
"We're going see our characters tested in not just their physical strength, but their emotional strength as well. And there's gonna be a lot of tears, I must warn you about that. We'll see our community have to deal with the aftermath of this horrific storm.
"It has already started with Aaron's return, we've seen that on screen, we of course have the Faith storyline coming up, which is going to be incredibly sad, then we go into our storm, which has got more than one stunt across the week.
"And then just when you think things can't get any worse for our Emmerdale characters, they really, really do. And we end the month on a really big bang that propels us well into the New Year…"
Jane cryptically added: "Not all the cast come out of this flourishing, but they will have a flourishing exit, shall we say?"
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