The characters who stand the best chance of dying have been identified through numerical analysis.
The characters most likely to die off during Emmerdale’s 50th anniversary special on Sunday have been predicted by experts. The oddsmakers have created a list of the storm’s most likely victims by crunching the numbers.
CasinoAlpha’s odds analysts have analyzed previous soap opera deaths to create a profile of the people who are most likely to pass away. They then compared current Emmerdale characters to that profile to determine who was most likely to pass away suddenly.
All of the major British soap operas, including Coronation Street, Emmerdale, EastEnders, and Hollyoaks, had recent anniversary episodes, so the experts looked into the plotlines and deaths that occurred in those episodes. They discovered that:
- Between the age of 30 and 40.
- Characters on the show for five years or less.
- Murdered, or die through foul play.
- Characters who’s death involves an ongoing issue from a romantic relationship.
Based on this profile, the experts have predicted that Billy Fletcher, Nate Robinson, and Mackenzie Boyd are the three most likely to die during Sunday’s dramatic episode. They also discovered that those who typically pass away during anniversary specials are: Al Chapman and Will Taylor have the second-highest likelihood of passing away.
There is a possibility that all five of the show’s characters will be killed off because the producers have already stated that there will be “multiple deaths” on Sunday. Additionally, it has already been confirmed that Isobel Steele, who plays Liv Flaherty, will leave Emmerdale soon.
Tudor Turiceanu, the CEO of CasinoAlpha, said: “We all know that important episodes in British soap operas, like Christmas specials or anniversaries, frequently feature intense drama and sometimes even the death of a character. In order to support fan predictions with some data, we looked at historical data.
“According to our data, there are definite trends in the plotlines, fatalities, and characters who are in danger during soap opera anniversaries. We have identified Billy Fletcher, Nate Robinson, and Mackenzie Boyd as potential victims.