Members DRW50 Posted October 25, 2010 Members Share Posted October 25, 2010 There's a lot of hype over the Corrie tram crash and the Hollyoaks fire. The tram crash in particular seems to have a lot of focus on some fans trying to figure out who will be killed off. I don't really see the point, as, although I'd be happy if I'm wrong, most of those who are going to die are probably just the actors who have been fired, and there will be no shocking moment such as Michelle and Sean being sent off to soap hell. If anything it seems like Corrie's worst characters and stories are going absolutely nowhere. Hollyoaks is about the same. Should a disaster be focused on who dies or hype over who dies? Will fans be disappointed if it doesn't become some sort of carnage fest, as some were upset that Eastenders' Vic fire didn't end with a long line of body bags? Were stunts like the Dog fire in 2006 good because of a high body count or because of the story? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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