BBC EastEnders ‘confirm’ seven potential murder victims but fans all say same thing

As the Christmas Day murder reveal draws closer, EastEnders has released new pictures of seven male cast members who could potentially be bumped off in a shock death twist

EastEnders have appeared to confirm the seven male victims who could be bumped off this Christmas.

BBC soap bosses have narrowed down the candidates to die over the festive period. Seven male characters face a shocking death on Christmas Day as the Six — Denise Fox (Diane Parish), Kathy Cotton (Gillian Taylforth), Linda Carter (Kellie Bright), Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean), Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) and Suki Panesar (Balvinder Sopal)— find a corpse in the Queen Vic.

With news earlier this week that Denzel Danes and Felix Baker would survive the deadly holiday, the BBC has now confirmed the unlucky few who face not making it to 2024. Jack Branning (Scott Masden) has certainly been involved in his share of drama throughout the year and he recently grown closer to Stacey behind wife Denise’s back.

Nish Panesar (Navin Chowdhry) has spent most of the year lying and manipulating many of his Walford neighbours. He is responsible for adding to Rocky Cotton’s (Brain Conley) debt problems before he staged a fire at Kathy’s Cafe. He also brutally attacked his wife Suki Kaur Panesar’s lover, Eve Unwin, and ordered her murder.

EastEnders have appeared to confirm the seven male victims who could be bumped off this Christmas (Image: BBC)
Ravi Gulati (Aaron Thiara) was the hitman who was supposed to kill Eve, though he spared her by agreeing to let her run away from Walford instead. He’s done his fair share of dirty deeds throughout the past 12 months though, including trying to blackmail Denise over their affair and even selling drugs to Gina Knight (Francesca Henry).

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Rocky’s mounting lies make him a solid contender to die on Christmas Day, especially as more people discover he tried to stage the Kathy’s Café fire. The cheeky chappy married Kathy Beale even though he wasn’t officially divorced from his ex-wife Jo. His financial debts, too, will cause him to become more desperate as Christmas draws near.

Six of Walford’s much-loved matriarchs will find themselves embroiled in a series of events over the festive period (Image: BBC)

Dean Wicks (Matt Di Angleo) was rumoured to be the dead man months before he even made his surprise return to Walford as Cindy Beale’s (Michelle Collins) new business partner. Dean has waged a war of intimidation against his sister-in-law, Linda, by trying to force her to falsely clear his name after sexually assaulting her years ago.

Keanu Taylor (Danny Walters) emerged as a late contender in the last several weeks by working with his mum to secretly kidnap his son Albie and steal £50,000 in ransom money from arch-enemy Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) Phil has since found proof that the Taylors were behind the kidnapping, leading to him calling them out in front of the entire pub in the latest episode. And let’s not forget Sharon will be wearing the infamous wedding dress on Christmas Day.

Fans will have to see who dies and who is responsible (Image: BBC)

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The notorious Walford hardman has another bombshell on the horizon because his ex-wife Sharon recently discovered Albie is Phil’s biological child, not Keanu’s. Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, one fan penned: “Did not see Phil being a potential victim coming.”

Another added: “Jacks now included and so is Phil. The next couple of weeks is going to be pretty epic I think with the run up.” A third person said: “I’ve said since the start. Jack or Keanu. It’s too obvious to be Ravi or Nish imo. Rocky or Dean would be very underwhelming and there is no way they kill Phil.” Someone else said: “Naw ain’t no way its Phil. They wouldn’t have the audacity to kill #Eastenders royalty.”

Whilst the exact circumstances relating to his death will remain a tightly kept secret up until Christmas Day, one thing is for certain — six of Walford’s much-loved matriarchs will find themselves embroiled in a series of events that lead up to his demise, and in a flash, their lives will be permanently changed forever.

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