Graham Foster isn't long for this world, and Emmerdale fans aren't happy about it!
Viewers of the ITV soap have reacted in horror to the news that the fan fave will be killed off next year, and have vowed to stop watching...
On Tuesday (December 3), ED! revealed that Graham will be murdered next year.
News of actor Andrew Scarborough's exit was revealed last month, but not confirmed by the soap until this week.
The drama is set to unfold in a week of special episodes in January.
In a unique storytelling twist of the type Emmerdale has become known for, the viewers at home will see the same day play out from a different character's perspective each time.
They all have a motive to kill Graham, but which one of them did it?
I'm not watching Emmerdale again after Graham is gone.
While no official list of suspects has been announced, it's sure to include Kim Tate, Graham's boss, secret wife, and former lover.
Or could Jamie kill Graham, after discovering Graham is really Millie's dad?
Speaking about the upcoming story, show producer Laura Shaw said: "Graham's murder will form part of an unmissable week of drama packed full of exciting twists and turns.
"It's always exciting to step outside of our usual storytelling style and viewers will be on the edge of their seats as some of our villagers have their lives changed forever.
"Graham has been a huge character at the heart of some of our biggest storylines so it felt only fitting that he left us with an emormous, explosive bang to kick off what promises to be a massive year of drama for Emmerdale."
But fans have been left raging by the upcoming plot, with Graham proving to be a very popular character.
One raged: "Totally devastated. So who done it? Moira? Cain? Kim? Debbie? Thoroughly disgusted that Emmerdale has deprived fans of a chance of Graham returning. Why. Why. Why?"
Another said: "That is absolutely utter crap. When he is gone, then that is it for me. I'm not watching Emmerdale again after Graham is gone."
A third added: "Shame he's being killed off, Graham was like the Roger Moore of Emmerdale, so smooth."
"The Wendy/Lee story has more than run its course now. But then they're actively getting rid of characters who have decent stories (Graham) left to tell," moaned one more, while another said: "Love Graham. Bad move Emmerdale."
"I hate you @emmerdale if you take Graham off. He is one of the best. I love the character. Please don't," begged one more.
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