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Four endings for Emmerdale drama
Topic Started: Oct 18 2010, 08:24 PM (538 Views)
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Soap bosses have filmed four different endings to Emmerdale's Ryan Lamb court drama.

The mechanic's trial for the murder of his father, Mark Wylde, draws to a conclusion on ITV1 next week.

Two scenes, which will go online from Thursday, show Ryan, played by James Sutton, being found guilty and not guilty.

A third ending sees murderess Natasha Wylde (Amanda Donohoe) confessing at the stand that she killed her late husband, while a fourth sees Maisie Wylde, Faye Lamb and Ryan Lamb celebrating outside court.

The outcome of the episode, when Ryan learns whether he will spend his future behind bars for a murder he did not commit, will be broadcast at 7pm on Tuesday October 26.

Series producer Gavin Blyth said: "The alternative endings we filmed earlier this year for Mark Wylde's murder proved hugely popular and it seemed fitting to treat viewers."

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