Emmerdale's Matthew Wolfenden teases that no one is safe from evil Meena

By Lewis Knight

Actor Matthew Wolfenden has teased that no one is safe from evil Meena on Emmerdale.

Appearing on Loose Women on Monday, Matthew - who plays David Metcalfe on the soap - spoke with panellists Coleen Nolan, Carol McGiffin, Katie Pipe r, and Linda Robson about current storylines on the ITV soap.

After Carol commented that the village of Emmerdale was much less safe than it used to be, Matthew recognised that it would not be with a “serial killer” on the loose.

Matthew revealed to the Loose ladies: "We’re all very polite to the boss because we never know who’s going to be killed off next!"

Fans are more than aware that David Metcalfe’s current girlfriend is nurse Meena Jutla who has secretly killed both her old best friend Nadine and then teen Leanna Cavanagh.

Meena has also put dogs in danger, broken into homes, kidnapped a baby and sabotaged romantic relationships.

Recent weeks have seen Meena put a tracking app on David’s phone while she accompanied sister Manpreet to Ibiza amid the latter’s daughter facing a health crisis, whilst also stalking and subtly threatening love rival Victoria Sugden.

Matthew also confirmed David Metcalfe would survive his gunshot wounds after the armed siege last week, and teased further stunts to come.

Matthew Wolfenden got the Loose Women up to speed on what to expect (ITV)

Anchor Coleen Nolan questioned: “I’ve heard through the grapevine that there's a massive stunt that's going to be happening?"

Photos from the set have teased a huge water stunt involving David and Victoria - could Mean be wreaking havoc?

Matthew teased: "There's four big stunts that happen over that week.

"We’ve just been filming that over the last month, and over the week that it’s going to be onscreen there are four huge stunts."

He added: "Two of them, in particular, have never ever been done before on a soap, so it's been a massive block for us and I'm covered in bruises and cuts and it's been fantastic."

He added: "So watch out for that! That's in about five to six weeks time, so watch out for that!"

*Emmerdale airs on weekdays at 7pm on ITV with previous episodes available on ITV Hub.

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