Can I watch Emmerdale on ITV Hub from outside the UK?
If you’re abroad on your holidays, you can watch content in EU countries including catching up on Emmerdale by subscribing to ITV Hub+. The service currently costs £3.99 a month and also offers an ad-free experience and download via an IOS app.
What’s going to happen in Emmerdale tonight and this week?
Monday 20 May: David turns to Ryan for help, Jacob makes a discovery, and Megan is stunned by Jai’s decision.
Tuesday 21 May (7.00pm): David confronts Maya, Frank comforts Megan, and Lisa makes an exciting decision.
Thursday 23 May (8.00pm): Zak and Lisa celebrate their wedding, David’s anger builds, and Cain offers Debbie an olive branch.
Friday 24 May: Aaron reassures Diane, Leyla confronts David, and Rhona and Pete are strained.
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Who is the Emmerdale showrunner?
Former ITV drama commissioner Jane Hudson is the executive producer of Emmerdale. Kate Brooks and Laura Shaw join her as series producers.
Is Emmerdale a real place?
Sorry to burst your bubble, Emmerdale fans — it’s a fictional village in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.
Filming on set of British television soap opera Emmerdale (Getty)
Where is Emmerdale filmed?
The series has been filmed at ITV Yorkshire’s Leeds studios ever since the series’ inception. Location shooting is filmed at the purpose-built set on the Harewood estate, while various other locations in Yorkshire have been used over the years.
Can I visit the set of Emmerdale?
Yep, you can visit the outdoor Emmerdale village set. It’s a 90-minute outdoor walking tour, where you can take pictures and discover the behind-the-scenes world of your favourite Yorkshire soap opera. For more information on tour dates, tickets, timings and prices, click here.