JANINE Butcher is trapped in an enormous explosion as she battles to save Scarlett and Tommy subsequent week in EastEnders.
The villain – who’s performed by Charlie Brooks – has returned to the Square after seven years away.
This week, Janine locks horns with Kat over Scarlett’s future, main to Scarlett working away.
When the social employee calls and reveals Scarlett has disappeared, Janine grows decided to observe her down and finally finds her hiding upstairs at Phil’s place with Tommy.
A scuffle ensues and they don’t discover Scarlett’s jumper touchdown on the lit hob from Phil’s cooking earlier.
Next week’s episodes of EastEnders will see Tommy lock the door and throw the important thing straight down a crack in the floorboards as the struggle between him, Scarlett and Janine escalates.
When the trio realise there’s a fireplace ripping via the constructing, they panic and scramble to discover the important thing.
Will they handle to escape?
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Speaking to The Sun and different media, actress Charlie not too long ago teased a lethal hearth upon her return: “We know that it’s going to be explosive, we would see some flames and a giant hearth, and I believe a few of the relationships, a few of the outdated characters that we see her working with, for me I do know when it’s thrilling as a result of I can really feel it as an actress, I can really feel it when two characters are sparking off one another, I’m like ‘This feels so good and so exciting’ so that you’ve obtained quite a lot of that to look ahead to.
“It’s fun and that’s what I’m excited about exploring with her. As well as all of the layered stuff that’s going on with her.”
It comes after EastEnders’ solid and crew have been noticed filming an enormous blaze on set final month.
Local residents witnessed the smoke and heard a group of emergency service automobiles wailing in the Square.
While BBC bosses saved quiet concerning the storyline particulars, a supply informed Metro.co.uk on the time: “There were ambulances and fire engines and a lot of smoke. It was definitely not an emergency, they were filming something.”
An insider added: “The explosion is really the start of a massive autumn for the show that will take them through the rest of the year.”