BBC EastEnders reveals two characters that survive brutal Christmas Day murder

The Queen Vic is poised to become the scene of a gruesome EastEnders murder on Christmas Day - but spoilers for the BBC soap has eliminated two potential victims

In a shocking EastEnders twist, the BBC soap has taken two potential Christmas victims off of the chopping block.

As anticipation reaches fever pitch for the impending Christmas Day episode of EastEnders, fans have been feverishly speculating about who might meet a grisly fate. Ever since February, EastEnders aficionados have been eagerly marking down the days until Christmas, when a flash-forward hinted at a tragic demise.

The male victim was surrounded by Stacey Slater, Sharon Watts, Linda Carter, Suki Panesar, Kathy Beale, and Denise Fox, igniting a year-long whirlwind of theories about their identity. Speculation has run rampant, with names like Matt di Angelo’s Dean Wicks, Brian Conley’s Tim ‘Rocky’ Cotton, and Navin Chowdhry’s Nish Panesar swirling in the rumour mill.


Anticipation reaches fever pitch for the impending Christmas Day episode of EastEnders (Image: BBC)

The ill-fated individual will reportedly be wearing a pair of ominous cufflinks that have mysteriously circulated throughout Albert Square over the past year. But future spoilers for the soap reveal that Felix Baker and Denzel Danes are slated to appear in episodes running early next year, ruling them out as potential victims.

Denzel appears in 2024 spoilers (Image: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)

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The grand reveal of the deceased’s identity is just around the corner, with a special one-hour episode scheduled to air on Christmas Day at 9:45 pm, followed by an extended 35-minute episode on Boxing Day at 8:25 pm. While fans have been diligently scrutinizing the recent trailer for the Christmas special, believing it may hold the key to the mystery, one word on the jukebox in the pub during the trailer caught their attention, sending chills down their spines.

The trailer has been a subject of intense scrutiny, with eagle-eyed viewers noting random numbers, symbolic items like tulips, hints of a double murder, and even a possible murder weapon. The level of secrecy surrounding the victim and the killer has been under lock and key, with even some members of the cast being kept in the dark.


Felix will not be killed off this Christmas (Image: BBC/Jack Barnes/Kieron McCarron)


Source: https://edition.cnn.com/

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