Ahead of the festive instalment of Emmerdale, it has been revealed that the ITV soap has killed off the most characters on Christmas Day.
While it seems the village are set to celebrate tomorrow, could a secret death rock the Dales?
Verve Research revealed there have been seven deaths on Emmerdale at Christmas, more than any other British soap.
And it seems the victim may also have been exposed – can you guess who it is?
Over the years, the sleepy Yorkshire village has seen plenty of deaths.
But it has not been revealed the King family have lost three members of the family in Christmas Day tragedies.
Tom King (played by Ken Farrington) was murdered by his son Carl (Tom Lister) when he was thrown from a window in 2006.
A year later, Rosemary King (Linda Thorson) shot herself on Christmas Day in 2007.
Matthew King (Matt Healy) then perished in van accident in 2008.
The only remaining King left in Emmerdale is Jimmy (Nick Miles) – could he perish in a shock plot twist tomorrow night?
Sandra went on to add: “There’s lots of potential things to go wrong, and obviously when he finally finds out he faints.
“I’m really excited. It’s a lovely script so warm and funny.
“When I was reading it I couldn’t stop laughing at so many moments.
“I think everyone’s got a little bit of drama this Christmas, but the essence of the day, it is about community and love and the warmth of the festive period really.”
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV.