EastEnders’ Christmas Day special delivered the drama last night, with Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean) and Keanu Taylor’s (Danny Walters) affair finally having been revealed.
Mitchell clan exacted their revenge on both Keanu and Sharon, with Keanu believed to be dead and Sharon having been kicked out of the family home.
Here’s when the next episode – which will see Albert Square residents begin to unpack the aftermath of the Christmas Day drama – will be airing on BBC One.
What time is EastEnders on on Boxing Day?
EastEnders will be on tonight on BBC One from 9pm until 9:30pm.
It will be preceded by Paddington 2 at 7:20pm and followed by Would I Lie to You at 9:30pm.
In scenes tonight, the BBC’s synopsis for the episode promises that: ‘Patrick is rocked by Denise’s bombshell, and Chantelle hatches a plan to protect her future.’
Viewers will also no doubt be keen to know more about what happened to Keanu after his affair with Sharon finally came to light.
Keanu came clean to his fiance Louise (Tilly Keeper) at last, and while it seemed that the two might be able to put the affair behind them, Louise double-crossed her once-husband-to-be and delivered him right into the hands of her revenge-seeking father Phil (Steve McFadden).
It’s presumed that Keanu was then shot dead by Martin (James Bye), with Ben (Max Bowden) convinced that the job has been done.
Gaps in the Christmas day timeline will be filled and we’ll finally get some concrete answers in a flashback episode due to air on New Year’s Day.
Speaking about the upcoming episode, Executive Producer Jon Sen said: ‘We all agreed that Christmas is so good we wanted to do it twice! So this year the New Year’s Day episode will be a format-busting sixty minute episode taking us back to the beginning of Christmas Day to see the stories from different perspectives.
‘As the episode unfolds, viewers will discover what really happened on that day, when new secrets were born and fresh alliances forged. I can’t wait to see how fans react.’
EastEnders is on tonight at 9pm on BBC One.
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