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Emmerdale fans confused over ITV announcers warning at start of episode

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Emmerdale viewers were left confused on Wednesday after an ITV announcer gave a warning before the episode.

Before the episode started, the announcer said: "Now on ITV with strong emotions and angry words some viewers may find upsetting, it's Emmerdale."

Soap watchers took to Twitter to share their thoughts as they questioned why it was needed and whether it had been a new thing introduced.

However, the soap has had several hard-hitting storylines recently such as Meena Jutla murdering Leanna and Liam Cavanagh grieving for his daughter after her brutal death, which explains the warning for upsetting scenes.

One person said: "Since when did #Emmerdale come with a warning beforehand?"

A different fan put: "Remember when you could watch a program without a warning #thegoodolddays #Emmerdale."

Another viewer joked: "I don’t think I can take it anymore with all these warnings #Emmerdale."

A different account quipped: "#Emmerdale Strong emotions and scenes some viewers might find upsetting ok ITV London announcer."

While another person sarcastically added: "That 'upsetting' scenes warning before #Emmerdale but I'm upset anyway so it doesn't matter."

Elsewhere, Wednesday's episode of Emmerdale was full of drama after Nicola confronted Mandy Dingle over her kiss with her husband Jimmy King.

Tuesday's episode saw Jimmy dumped by his "humiliated" wife Nicola after he confessed to smooching Mandy behind her back.

After confronting Mandy on Wednesday, Nicola discovered that Jimmy had been the one who leaned in for the kiss and not the other way round.

The episode ended with Nicola emotionally telling Jimmy that she wanted a divorce after the couple had been trying to work on their marriage prior to the Mandy kiss reveal.

Nicola tearfully said: "There was too much going on, and we got caught up in it. It's time we act like grown ups, admit when things aren't going to get any better. I know what I want, to call it quits. We should get divorced."

Is this the end of Nicola and Jimmy for good?

Elsewhere, next week on Emmerdale will see single dad Marlon Dingle discover that wicked online taunters have created an account that they’ve named Dead Donna and are trolling his little daughter April.

Emmerdale continues on weeknights at 7pm on ITV.

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