Viewers of EastEnders have apparently discovered a significant plot development in a picture posted on Stacey Solomon’s Instagram page.
The former X Factor contestant posted a picture of what looks to be her husband Joe Swash’s script for his impending role as the host of a special EastEnders spin-off program, in which he will interview many well-known Walford residents in advance of this year’s major Christmas plot.
The highly anticipated Christmas murder story, which was hinted at in a historical flash-forward scene back in February, stars legends Gillian Taylforth and Letitia Dean, who will be interrogated by Joe, who previously portrayed Mickey Miller in the series.
As soon as the one-off show was revealed, astute EastEnders viewers had a glimpse of the script on Stacey’s Instagram stories.
It is believed that the disputed screenplay contains a spoiler detailing the impending fire at Kathy’s cafe, but Metro.co.uk has chosen to withhold that information in order to avoid giving away the must-see sequences for viewers.
It was announced earlier this year that a catastrophic fire will engulf Kathy’s Cafe this fall, damaging the famous Albert Square location and putting many lives in danger.
The sequences in question have already been shot, and they reportedly look “amazing.”
It’s unclear precisely how the fire started, but it’s believed to be intentional, which indicates that something fishy is going on.
However, fans can anticipate plenty of drama as the plot develops on screen and the inhabitants of Walford deal with the aftermath of the incident. “Bosses are being tight-lipped about who’s behind the attack and who is left fighting for their life,” the statement reads. A source told The Sun that.
The sequences are a part of the show’s “explosive autumn” that is planned.
Since new executive Chris Clenshaw took over, EastEnders has established itself as must-watch television. The long-running serial drama has won award after award, including the coveted Best Soap prize at both the NTAs and the British Soap Awards.
Everyone is talking about it again for the first time in years, and because the conclusion of the Christmas murder narrative is quickly coming, it is reasonable to conclude that it will only become more indispensable moving forward.
Monday through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, EastEnders airs.