Emmerdale Writer Reveals Why Meena Jutla’s Story Must End

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Emmerdale Writer Sharon Marshall has spoken about the end of Meena Jutla’s story, admitting that the scale of Meena’s crimes means she cannot stay on the soap opera.

The ongoing story has seen the evil Meena kill off a number of locals over an extended period, although the end of the road seems in sight now that Meena has finally been caught and faces court this week in a plea hearing.

Speaking on Today’s News (March 15) This morning, resident soap queen Sharon was quizzed by co-host Phillip Schofield: “You say, ‘Can she get away with this?’ and obviously that will be the question, but didn’t you have a little analysis at work?”


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Noting questions about whether serial killers can really get away with their actions on soap operas, the writer admitted that the reality of Meena’s crimes means her story had to reach the end of the road at some point. given.

“Yeah, I just told you that. We love serial killers and we’re like, ‘Is there any way to keep them? Can people get away with it? ‘” Sharon replied.

“So we said, ‘Is there a legal way for her to get through this, if she pleads a certain way?’ The research team read 25 counts of illegal activity they did just onscreen that we were aware of, probably more offscreen.

“She had broken the law 25 times, so probably not.”

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Meanwhile, on the soap opera this week, Meena’s sister Manpreet is about to suffer a panic attack as she realizes she may have to testify in court.

This leads to him rushing into his car, before abandoning the vehicle and his phone and fleeing into the night, raising questions about his whereabouts.

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and streams on ITV Hub.

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