EastEnders 'to air fire tragedy at Kathy's' in huge autumn spoiler
A fire will reportedly cause a lot of devastation.
There's set to be fiery drama coming on EastEnders as reports have emerged suggesting a blaze will strike Kathy's Café.
The scene has allegedly just been filmed and is said to be "incredible", while the horror event is also due to have huge consequences for BBC soap favourites.
What's more, The Sun reports that the fire is deliberate, meaning we could have a potential murderer on the Square!
A source told the publication: "Bosses are staying tight-lipped about who's behind the attack and who is left fighting for their lives, but viewers can expect lots of drama as the storyline unfolds on-screen and the residents of Walford deal with the fallout of the event.
"They are part of the explosive autumn the show has lined up."
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RadioTimes.com contacted a representative of EastEnders, who declined to comment on the rumour.
If true, this will likely have a big impact on the outcome of the Christmas whodunnit, as well.
At the moment, six Walford women are in the frame for the murder of a mystery man.
It's likely that one of the fearsome ladies could be wrapped up in the café fire, and as a result, seeks revenge...
Time will tell - and we'll find out on Christmas Day who's really behind the murder.
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