Carl King was killed off in dramatic scenes this evening (October 17), but fans will now have to wait and see whether his knowledge of Chas Dingle and Cameron Murray's affair will be taken to the grave.
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Debbie Dingle's mobile phone contained six unread messages at the end of Emmerdale Live, making it possible that Carl contacted her with the truth before his death.
Jeff Hordley, who plays Cain, told Emmerdale Live: The Fallout tonight: "We filmed all of the next few weeks before we did this show, so we've filmed all the aftermath already. Where it goes to from here is fantastic."
Emma Atkins, who plays Charity, added: "The beauty of this live episode is that you don't think any more revelations could unveil themselves - and in fact it's going to go even more crazy."
Meanwhile, Hordley also confirmed that Cain's surprise reconciliation with dad Zak (Steve Halliwell) won't just be temporary.
He said: "This is the culmination of the storyline from last year, where Zak beat Cain up. This was the full stop on that. This is the thawing, this is Cain and Zak coming back together."
Elsewhere on the show, Mark Charnock expressed hope that his character Marlon Dingle can be friends with Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt) again following their long-running feud.
Asked if the duo can repair their friendship, Charnock replied: "I hope so! That story goes in a very different direction, too. That's the whole point - the stories are going in a different direction from this live episode. Honestly, there's so much rich texture to the show. Obviously I can't say, but I do miss their banter."
Emmerdale continues tomorrow (October 18) at 7pm and 8pm on ITV1.