Emmerdale spoilers follow.
Emmerdale‘s Ethan Anderson and Marcus Dean face more trouble than new villain Greg over the festive season.
The loved-up couple enjoy a happy Christmas Day together, but it’s not long before Greg finds cruel ways to start targeting them.
On December 25, Ethan and Marcus have fun spending the day with Charles, Naomi and Manpreet.
It’s the first time they’ve spent Christmas together as a full family – and a far cry from Manpreet’s sinister experience with serial killer Meena last year.
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Wanting to spread the festive cheer further, Ethan takes the church’s PA system and puts it into the street.
Ethan also sets up some disco lights and a street party begins.
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Unfortunately, in the days immediately after Christmas, things take a turn for the worse.
Greg is determined to cause trouble after Ethan rightly reported him for repeatedly trying to grope Marcus’ leg during a visit to the couple’s home.
Having been suspended by the law firm pending an investigation, Greg threatens to ruin Ethan’s reputation unless he and Marcus drop the complaint.
Things only get worse when Greg targets Marcus’ electrician business, sending in a flood of false and damaging reviews.
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Ethan confronts Greg over his terrible behaviour, but what will the outcome of the conversation be?
Other storylines taking center stage on Emmerdale over Christmas include the fallout from Chas’ affair and the arrival of Caleb, a long-lost Dingle.
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV1, and streams on ITVX.
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