There's deadly drama heading for EastEnders this Christmas as Martin Fowler, Linda Carter and Keanu Taylor find themselves caught in a festive showdown...
Christmas is always huge in EastEnders, and it seems this year is no different on Albert Square as reports reveal Martin, Linda and Keanu are all set to find themselves in danger as the festive season arrives.
It has been reported that Kellie Bright (Linda) and James Bye (Martin) have been spotted filming dramatic scenes on location for EastEnders last week, and not only was James sees holding a gun, there was also a gunshot heard by passers by during filming.
In the pictures James is also seen grabbing Kellie, who is dressed in a short Santa outfit at the set which looks like a London warehouse.
But as he covers her face, is he trying to protect her from something? Or has Martin turned seriously bad by the time the festive season arrives, leaving Linda in grave danger?
It has also been revealed that Danny Walters, who plays Keanu Taylor, was part of the day filming on location.
With his exit already confirmed after the actor revealed he was leaving EastEnders after two and a half years, does that mean Keanu is the one who gets shot?
Keanu’s exit from the soap is set to bring the dramatic Mitchell drama to a head this Christmas as the truth about him fathering both Louise and Sharon’s babies is revealed.
With Mel Owen already on a mission to make sure Phil finds out the truth about Sharon’s baby, it seems it’s only a matter of time before the news is out… and we wouldn’t like to be in Keanu’s shoes when Phil discovers everything.
Last week EastEnders boss Jon Sen said: “Keanu’s story is set to come to a dramatic and blistering conclusion in the near future as one of the best kept secrets on the Square is finally revealed with devastating consequences.
“We’d all like to thank Danny for his performance as Keanu Taylor over the last two and a half years. What Danny has brought to his character has been one of the reasons the ‘Sheanu’ affair has been such compulsive viewing for fans.
“Everyone at EastEnders wishes him well for the future.”
EastEnders airs Monday and Friday at 8pm and Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm on BBC One.