The bad girl of the village (played Charley Webb) is no stranger to danger and her comeback will herald some pretty explosive drama.
Debbie will find herself back in Emmerdale after her spell in France, but this time she has company with her as she is pursued by two thugs.
She will have to enlist the help of her equally devious father Cain (Jeff Hordley) and former lover Ross Barton (Michael Parr) to fend off the thugs.
Can they help her see off the two men, who seem to want something from Debbie?
Her return to Emmerdale will also stir up feelings within Ross, who will confess his love to Debbie but whether they rekindle their romance is another matter.
She left him over a year ago to escape her messy love life that saw her infidelity with Ross revealed to the residents of the village on her wedding day when she was set to be tying the knot with his brother Pete Barton (Anthony Quinlan).
Soap star Charley, 28, recently spoke about going on maternity leave hence Debbie’s temporary relocation to the continent.
Debbie Dingle will return to Emmerdale in trouble
Debbie Dingle with Ross Barton on Emmerdale
I’ve really struggled to watch it actually because having two [children] is so different and so much busier than before
She told Express.co.uk: “I’ve really struggled to watch it actually because having two [children] is so different and so much busier than before.”
She continued: "All the episodes are on SKY+ but I have to admit that I’ve missed a lot of Matthew’s stuff.
"It’s bath time or bottle time in my house when it’s on! You always think, ‘oh I’ll catch up’ but you never have the time."
Will Debbie Dingle and Ross Barton rekindle their romance?
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Debbie Dingle will make an explosive comeback to Emmerdale
There have also been hints that Debbie could die after Emmerdale’s Twitter account several ominous-sounding tweets hinting that a female character was set to meet her demise.
One of the tweets from the script read: "They tried to resuscitate her. But she was gone. There was nothing they could do…”
But fans will have to keep watching to see who will be getting killed off in the ITV series.
These scenes are set to air on ITV on January 24.
Emmerdale continues on ITV tomorrow night at 7pm.