Viewers will see Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) go face-to-face with Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) after weeks of being terrified by him.
He has been stalking her since April after learning that his past relationship with her wasn’t real, and she was actually a police officer who was spying on him for information, which later led to his arrest.
Harriet had thought that he was dead and is left shocked as he closes in on her inside the church.
Will’s daughter Dawn (Olivia Bromley) tries to stop him before he gets there, but during an attempt to tackle him she falls to the ground and is knocked unconscious.
So what fate is in store for Harriet, and is she going to be leaving Emmerdale for good?
Is Harriet Finch leaving Emmerdale?
The exact future of Harriet after the attack is unclear, but she looks to be in trouble when Will starts to crush her with a coffin in the latest episode.
It now seems that Will is determined to get revenge on Harriet after she helped get him arrested several years earlier.
Speaking about the scenes Dean Andrews told Metro.co.uk: ‘I just think he wants revenge. I don’t think he knows how far he wants to go when he starts all this, he just wants to scare the living daylights out of her and somehow get his revenge, but I don’t know how far he is willing to go.’
It’s not yet known whether Will will go through with killing Harriet, or if Dawn is able to get there in time to save her.
Dean added that Will won’t necessarily know if he can go through with it until he is face-to-face with her.
‘It’s that point where you never quite know until that person’s right in front of you,’ he said. ‘I suppose we’ve all had a relationship where one moment you’re like, “I can’t stand you”, and next moment you’re back in love.
You’ll have to make sure you tune in to find out whether she is able to survive.
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