Life in Emmerdale could never be the same again after claims that Graham Foster's time in the village is coming to an end...
There’s bad news for Emmerdale fans as one of the best-loved characters, Graham Foster, is reportedly departing the show as actor Andrew Scarborough quits after two years.
It has been claimed that actor Andrew will be filming his final scenes on the soap in the coming weeks, but the bosses at Emmerdale are remaining tight-lipped about Graham’s departure from the village.
A source has reportedly told Daily Star on Sunday that Graham’s exit is going to be full of drama: “Andrew’s been a great addition to the cast and has been involved in some of Emmerdale’s biggest storylines since he arrived in the village in 2017.
“So he was never going to leave in the back of the taxi. His exit will be huge and will kick start a drama-filled and action-packed year in the Dales.”
Graham is currently enjoying a new romance with village vet Rhona Goskirk, but of course his boss Kim Tate hasn’t taken kindly to their budding relationship.
She is set to make his life a misery this week as she reminds him who is boss at work. But could she be the one to force him out of the village for good?
Graham has been involved in some big storylines since he arrived in Emmerdale in 2017.
He was at the centre of the Joe Tate mystery when he lead Cain Dingle to believe that his single punch had killed the Home Farm millionaire… but later it was revealed that Joe was in fact alive and well and living abroad.
Graham’s mysteriously sullen ways were explained when it was revealed that he was involved in the death of his wife and child after drink driving, and fans recently learned there is a chance he could be the father of Millie… Kim’s granddaughter.
Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7pm on ITV, with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays.