Emmerdale’s Joe Tate will return for revenge after Graham Foster is murdered, claim viewers

Emmerdale’s Joe Tate will return for revenge after Graham Foster is murdered, claim viewers

December 11, 2019

EMMERDALE fans are convinced Joe Tate will return to the village to seek vengeance over Graham Foster's murder.

Businessman Joe – who is played by actor Ned Porteous in the ITV soap – left the village after faking his own death with Graham to escape his step-grandmother Kim Tate's revenge.

He was shown to be alive and on the run abroad living off Kim's money but with the news Graham will be murdered in a dramatic whodunnit, fans are sure Joe will make a comeback.

One wrote: "No way Joe doesn't come back if Graham dies."

Another added: "I hope Joe Tate and new Zoe Tate come back and get their revenge on Kim Tate for killing Graham."

The Sun Online exclusively revealed how Graham would be murdered and that there will be multiple suspects in the story that is set to run long into 2020.

A source said: "Bosses know Graham is one of the show's most popular characters so it's not a decision that's been taken lightly.

"They wanted to give him the ultimate send-off and what better way than a grisly murder?

"It's going to kick off a massive new year for the soap with the Tates firmly at the forefront where they belong."

The decision to kill off the character came when actor Andrew told bosses he was quitting the soap after two years.

Viewers have watched over recent months as Graham has turned on his boss and former lover Kim and lined up a series of enemies all of whom will have a motive to kill him in the new year.

The storyline will play out over a special week of episodes focusing on the potential suspects.

The insider added: "Bosses have spent months weaving in little details that will give viewers hints about who really killed Graham and why.

"It's going to be explosive and definitely one to watch."

* Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV at 7pm with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursdays

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