An important spoiler for the forthcoming deadly fire in EastEnders has surfaced.

Kathy’s café will be destroyed by a horrific fire. (Image via Getty Images)

The terrible fire that would later in the year destroy Kathy’s business is getting its first hint from EastEnders.

Two months ago, news broke that the famous café was going to burn down as part of a major fall plot, shocking fans of the BBC One soap opera.

Soon, rumors abounded as curious viewers wondered if the fire was intentional or an unfortunate accident. Others fretted about the fate of their favorite characters and whether they would survive.

There have been no foreshadowings or suggestions of the fire in the scenes that are now taking place on our screens, but EastEnders has, as it does every week, produced a number of teasers for forthcoming episodes, one of which offers some very fascinating details.

According to a summary of an episode airing on November 1, there is commotion in the Square as the fuse box at the cafe bursts.

Could this be the eventual cause of the horrible blaze? It certainly looks like a viable possibility.

The future of Kathy’s Cafe seems bleak (Image: BBC / Jack Barnes / Kieron McCarron)

According to the initial reports, the fire is believed to have been started intentionally, which raises the issue of whether this shoddy fuse box may inspire a malevolent notion in one person, taking use of the property’s subpar electrical system to blow the place up.

If that’s the case, why would they do such a thing?

Rocky (Brian Conley), who now has significant financial difficulties, may have started the fire in an effort to make a claim on his insurance. All we can do is wait and see!

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.

As the event draws nearer, more spoilers will be disclosed, so keep checking back for the most recent information.

As of late, producer Chris Clenshaw has delivered one of the show’s best seasons in a very long time, bringing it back to its previous grandeur. As a result, EastEnders has been humming along at full throttle.

Monday through Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, EastEnders airs.

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