As fans are aware, the popular serial drama frequently includes a warning at the start of each episode, alerting viewers to potential “distressing” or “upsetting” themes or storylines.
Emmerdale frequently tackles difficult issues in its narratives, so it’s important for the program to let fans know what to expect.
The most recent offering, however, lacked such an announcement.
As soon as they noticed the change, fans flocked to Twitter to express their delight, believing it to be a sign of less serious issues.
At 7:30 p.m., when the serial drama starts, one social media user asked, “No disturbing scenes?” ‘ That certainly changes things!
The words “Emmerdale time finally no mentions of upsetting scenes” were written by someone.
Suzy Merton (Martelle Edinborough), who was interrogated regarding drugs discovered in Take A Vow months prior and which Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) had previously been accused of possessing, was at the center of the episode’s multiple plotlines.
However, the pills had originally been bought by Leyla Cavanagh (Roxy Shahidi), but Suzy stepped in for her.