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Emmerdale spoilers: Andrea vows revenge on Jamie as she makes a discovery

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Andrea Tate (Anna Nightingale) was horrified in Emmerdale when she learned that Jamie (Alexander Lincoln) had been having an affair with Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) and therefore she resolved to win back her husband’s affection, but with that plan having evidently failed, she’s got revenge on her mind.

Andrea managed to convince Jamie to go away with her on holiday, so that she’d have enough alone time with him to win him back — without Belle getting in the way.

However, the impromptu trip doesn’t appear to have worked, as they return home in the coming episodes, and Jamie sets about talking to Belle — who refuses to talk to him, revealing that she’s tired of his false promises.

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Mind you, she’s lost for words when he reveals that he’s hired a solicitor to initiate divorce proceedings.

Afterwards, Belle decides to open up about her previous relationship with a married man, Jermaine. Jamie promises her that he’s serious about their future together.

Meanwhile, Andrea checks out Jamie’s laptop and soon realises that the affair is still on-going.

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Later, Jamie informs Andrea he’s spending the night at a work conference, but she knows he’s being unfaithful.

An emotional Andrea heads to Leyla (Roxy Shahidi) for support — revealing that Jamie is still seeing Belle.

Leyla suggests that Andrea should just dump him, but she’s not so sure that she can.

However, matters soon get worse and Andrea later vows revenge on her husband — and she recruits Leyla to help her.

But just what is it that she’s got in mind?

One to watch: Monday 25 May at 7pm on ITV.

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Emmerdale spoilers: Shock love triangle for Wendy, Bob and Rishi?

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Wendy Posner (Susan Cookson) apparently has feelings for Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw) in Emmerdale, but it seems as if a case of mistaken identity is on the horizon, as Rishi Sharma (Bhasker Patel) comes to believe that a love letter from Wendy to Bob is, in fact, meant for him!

Wendy pens a love letter for Bob, but for some reason, it ends up in Rishi’s possession, and he’s alarmed as a result, as he believed the note was intended for him.

Little does he know that it was meant for Bob, and therefore, Rishi shares the letter with the man it was intended for — who’s naturally shocked by what he reads.

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Meanwhile, Wendy worries about whether or not Bob has read her letter, and Manpreet (Rebecca Sarker) encourages her to go and ask him.

It appears as if she takes the doctor’s advice, as she heads to The Woolpack to ask Bob about his feelings for her, but — thinking that Wendy has feelings fro Rishi — Bob denies the exeisnece of such feelings, which leaves Wendy devastated as a result.

As she hold back her tears, one can’t help but wonder if any potential for romance between her and Bob has been ruined?

One to watch: Wednesday 3 June at 7pm on ITV.

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Emmerdale boss speaks out on show’s ‘exciting’ return to filming

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Emmerdale boss Jane Hudson has spoken out on show’s ‘exciting’ return to filming.

The ITV serial drama has returned to filming, and members of the cast are back on set — recording six special episodes set during in lockdown — which means that the series will stay on air beyond the already completed episodes.

Filming got underway yesterday at Emmerdale’s studios in Leeds and safety protocols and social distancing measures will be strictly adhered to by the team on set. The six episodes in question will be recorded over a two-week period.

Executive Prodcuer Jane Hudson featured in a video posted on Emmerdale’s social media accounts — which was simply captioned with: ‘We. Are. BACK’ — where she spoke about the soap’s exciting return to filming.

She said: ‘Hi everyone, we’re back on set today! Back with Emmerdale, shooting our very special lockdown episodes.’

‘We’re currently on set with Aaron, working through our scenes. We’re social distancing on set and off-set, which is not easy but we’re getting used to it.’

‘Everyone feels great to be back, and we can’t wait to make some new episodes for you.’

Emmerdale continues Friday 22 May at 7pm on ITV.

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How ITV Drama ‘Quiz’ Became a Lifeline in Lockdown (Column) – Variety

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Because the U.Ok. lockdown wears on and our actuality nonetheless feels inconceivable, a TV present a couple of surreal TV drama turned appointment viewing this week, underlining the lifeline that broadcasting has turn into to thousands and thousands of individuals.

Business broadcaster ITV constantly drew greater than 5 million viewers throughout three nights for “Quiz,” from “The Crown” producer Left Financial institution Photos — an outstanding dramatization of the true story of a dishonest scandal on ITV’s “Who Desires to Be a Millionaire?” in 2001.

Based mostly on James Graham’s eponymous play, the sequence depicted “Fleabag” star Sian Clifford and scene-stealing “Succession” actor Matthew Macfadyen as couple Diana and Charles Ingram, who had been accused of dishonest on the hit present by way of a coughing confederate within the viewers, and finally stood trial.

Stripped throughout the week, “Quiz” debuted in its 9 p.m. slot on Monday with 5.Three million and slowly rose to five.eight million by Wednesday evening, nicely forward of the typical 3.eight million for its timeslot. The AMC co-production was the most important drama launch throughout any U.Ok. channel this 12 months, and comes at a time when broadcasters are having fun with record-breaking scores.

Whereas lockdown editions of quiz and selection reveals comparable to BBC One’s “Have I Obtained Information For You” and ITV’s “Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night time Takeaway” are pulling of their greatest figures in years — 4.6 million and 9.5 million, respectively — 28 million tuned in for Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s speech, and 23.5 million watched the Queen guarantee the nation of “higher days” forward.

“Quiz” had all the proper parts to drive scores: “Fleabag” star Clifford’s everlasting disquietude simmered on display; Macfadyen satisfied the nation he may very well be Tom Wambsgans; and the skilled fingers of govt producers Andy Harries and director Stephen Frears guided the present all through.

However there was extra to its success. “Quiz” stirred up a nostalgia for easier instances, and only for a second, Craig David lyrics distracted from coronavirus, and leisure on TV — a style whose breakout hits at the moment are virtually many years aside — was at its greatest. No shock, then, that ITV govt Claudia Rosencrantz, who commissioned “Millionaire,” discovered herself trending on Twitter.

Rosencrantz, who’s performed by Irish comic Aisling Bea (“Love Marriage ceremony Repeat”), is accountable for most of ITV’s largest hits, together with “Love Island,” “I’m a Movie star…Get Me Out of Right here!” and “Pop Idol,” which was tailored Stateside as “American Idol.” One awestruck govt quietly tells me, “The individuals after her had been solely employed to safeguard her legacy.”

Rosencrantz, who has but to look at this system however whose household has labelled it a “surreal” expertise, was advised she’d be successfully “managing decline” upon becoming a member of ITV as head of leisure in 1995, as a consequence of an absence of adaptable hits popping out of the U.S.

“I stated, ‘That’s ridiculous. I’m not going to rise up within the morning to handle decline.’ I’d simply make reveals and fee from paper,” Rosencrantz tells Selection, including lots of the broadcaster’s largest reveals below her weren’t piloted in any respect.

“The truth that they’re making a drama out of a quiz present takes me again to what I used to be making an attempt to do, which was make the quiz present right into a drama. It’s come full circle.”

Finally, “Quiz” was, in essence, an awfully meta present, tailored to evoke breathless commentary from numerous media journalists (gestures at self) and executives. Was it going to resonate exterior our TV bubble? Because it seems, it did.

“Quiz” was a love letter to TV that was accessible to everybody, and it couldn’t have come at a extra auspicious second for broadcasters, who’ve lately been waging battle in opposition to encroaching world SVOD gamers aggressively poaching broadcast expertise and serving up expensive home originals of their very own.

The present’s ensuing success was nicely deserved. “Quiz” launched at an unimaginable time for the U.Ok.; it was disadvantaged of a glam premiere or splashy advertising spend; and it nonetheless managed to be a triumph for the broadcasting world. If you happen to ask the viewers, I anticipate they’d let you know a lot the identical.

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