EastEnders is set to be huge this Christmas [BBC]
From Max Branning and Stacey Slater’s affair reveal, Phil Mitchell’s health scare and a number of big deaths – EastEnders always pulls it out the bag. So to ensure no-one misses a thing this Christmas, see below for exactly when you can catch the soap during the festive season.
Christmas Eve: 8pm
Mick Carter is sent a sinister gift, while Karen Taylor ensures that Stacey Slater will get her mobile phone back. Stacey tries to support Max Branning – while Kathy Beale tells Fi Browning she does not want to revisit the past.
EastEnders: Mick Carter is a fan favourite on the soap [BBC]
Christmas Day: 7.30pm [Hour long episode]
The truth about Max is revealed, when Jane Beale’s voicemail is finally heard – leading the Brannings to be torn apart.
Boxing Day: 7.30pm
Max’s family lies in tatters following the Christmas Day drama – can they ever recover?
EastEnders: Fans have predicted how Max Branning will be brought down [BBC]
Thursday 28 December: 8pm and 9:30pm
Linda Carter prepares a goodbye party for the Vic, while Fi Browning turns on her family. Karen Taylor reaches out to her sister Kandice after the bailiffs threaten court action.
Friday 29 December: 9pm
Of course, there’s a huge New Years Eve party at the Vic – but meanwhile, Aidan Maguire will put the final stages of his plan into action. The Taylors invite the Murrays to join them for New Year’s celebrations, and Mick is faced with a huge dilemma.
EastEnders: Fi Browning is set to turn on her family [BBC]
New Year’s Day: 8pm [Hour long epsiode]
Shirley Carter takes drastic action to stop Mick from being part of a risky job, but will the arrival of Masood Ahmed de-rail his entire plan? Elsewhere, Masood welcomes the Ahmeds to the community.
Thursday 2 January: 8pm [Hour long episode]
Linda begins to fear for Mick, while Masood’s aunt and uncle attempt to settle in Walford – something that doesn’t come easily.
EastEnders: Linda Carter fears for Mick [BBC ]
Wednesday 3 January: 8pm
As things begin to unravel, questions are asked for those involved in ‘the job’ – but who will regret getting involved?