EastEnders is moving back to BBC One! We’ve enjoyed our temporary home during the Commonwealth Games on BBC Two, but as of Monday 4th August EastEnders will be back on BBC One! (Episode schedule below)

Next week’s episodes are not to be missed, as there’s an arresting development afoot for Mick, who makes a splash! And we’re not just talking about his charity lap!

Check out the exclusive Mick Carter trail

Next week’s EastEnders schedule:

  • Monday 4th August: 8pm
  • Tuesday 5th August: 7:30pm
  • Thursday 7th  August: 7:30pm (Double episode!)
  • Friday 8th August: 8pm 

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  • Comment number 3. Posted by cotton

    on 4 Aug 2014 18:43

    EE13,
    I totally agree. If anything the show has gotten so boring and predictable. It is really bad. I don't see them winning anything. They have nominated Shane & Ham for funny, they haven't done anything funny. If anything there is no humor in EE. The show right now is pathetic. A longtime fan of over 20 years, it hurts me to say it, but I can't see it improving.

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  • Comment number 2. Posted by blog123

    on 2 Aug 2014 23:41

    EE13 a few wks back there was a ep with know Carters but yeah get your point to some degree

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  • Comment number 1. Posted by EE13

    on 1 Aug 2014 21:46

    I have been away working for the last few weeks so when I returned I set about catching up with programmes such as EastEnders.
    Watching them back to back I realised how the show has turned into the Carter show. Don’t get me wrong I like the family – dysfunctional but watchable (well all but Nancy – who wears clothes like that!)
    My point is that EastEnders needs a balance – I like the fact that it is not easy to guess what is happening from episode to episode, I do think the writing has improved. However a Carter does not need to be in every episode.
    Since Danny Dyer joined in December he has been in over 100 episodes.
    Kelly Bright has been in over 100
    Luisa Bradshaw-White in over 90 episodes
    Compare this with Steve McFadden with 75
    Nitin Ganatra has been in 51
    I think it is time that EastEnders trusts the quality of its writing for the show and that an Episode without a Carter will not have everyone reaching for the controls, after all Eastenders won Best Soap at the British Soap Awards 10 times out of a possible 16 and not a Carter to be seen!!!!

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