Great news, Kelvin Fletcher fans, you’ll be able to get a TV fix of him soon.
While our prayers for Andy Sugden to return to Emmerdale are yet to be answered, the actor has been filming a new role for Scottish drama, The Shore.
Described as a cross between Glasgow-based soap River City and political drama House of Cards, it’s slated to appear on Netflix this year.
Kelvin plays a gay character, Steve, who is described as handsome, clever and kind, yet a bit lonely, according to The Scotsman. Steve goes to the gym five days a week, works in finance and never seems to find Mr Right.
Kelvin’s co-star Patrick O’Brien shared a behind-the-scenes shot on social media, as the show wrapped, which Kelvin liked.
We can’t wait to get a proper look at the drama from Solus Productions.
Meanwhile, there have been renewed calls from soap fans for Andy to return to the Dales, as his daughter Sarah battles for her life.
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Several viewers responded to a throwback image of Andy and Debbie posted on the Emmerdale Twitter account, calling for him to come back for his child to ensure she has the support of two prominent families in the soap.
We need Andy back to support sarah at this difficult time !
— Paula riley (@Paulari15098723) August 15, 2018
I think Andy should return, a child would ask for their Dad.
— 🌟Tracy 🌟 (@TracyPinnock) August 15, 2018
We need Andy to come back @emmerdale
— maddie (@1madwoman1962) August 13, 2018
I love Sarah and Debbie’s relationship so much. It’s good to see Sarah Sugden Jr getting lots of scenes. I just hope Andy Sugden comes home soon so we can see her with her dad and the Sugdens too. Sarah’s part of two huge Emmerdale families.
— Claudiaxxx (@BiAsHopexxx) August 15, 2018
However, Kelvin has poured cold water on the possibility of a return any time soon.
“Andy wasn’t killed off, so technically I could return,” he told Soaplife magazine.
Kelvin continued: “But I genuinely haven’t given it much thought. The two years since I left have flown by and, in many respects, my leaving still feels very fresh.”