Emmerdale's Danny Miller gave soap fans a glimpse of his first visit to Dales after confirming he would be returning to soap later this year on ITV.
The 31-year-oldactor is set to reprise his role as Aaron his Dingle as part of his explosive 50th anniversary celebration of Emmerdale.
Milestone celebrations include a major storm and the shocking return of three of his favorite characters. Boss promises October Storm will be the biggest stunt in soap history.
With Aaron Dingle, Diane Sugden, and Tracy Metcalf all making comebacks, his two storms could be brewing for the Dales.
Actor Danny confirmed his happy news onInstagram, sharing a fun clip of himself back on theEmerdale set.
Father of One Posts VideoThe See him sitting at Woolpack's bar, sipping beer, and exclaiming, "I'm glad you're back!"
Danny said he will leave Emmerdale in 2021 and I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out in November. He aired saw his exit from the ITV soap. Here! Welsh castle.
Danny excitedly revealed the comeback news to his followers, writing: The news is out @emmerdale is back to celebrate his 50th anniversary Let his drama begin!" said like this. Some of our beloved villagers will be in danger. The village will literally never be the same again.
Temporary but central to a larger story that will affect their lives.
Executive producer Jane Hudson said the gale on her 50th birthday was a number of events over the years on ITV's soaps, including his 2003 storm that claimed Tricia Dingle's life. I swore it would be something different than a disaster.
She said: "It's daytime so you can actually see what's going on. It affects the whole village. Some people are seriously injured. So it feels completely different."
Jane also refused to rule out the murder as part of the October anniversary, stating:
Emerdale airs on her ITV weekdays at 7:30pm.