Single mum Karen (played by Lorraine Stanley) will be bursting onto Albert Square with her four children, Keanu (Danny Walters), Bernadette (Clair Norris), Riley (Tom Jacobs) and Chatham (Alfie Jacobs).
Residents of Walford won't know what's hit them as the brash clan descends on the estate, bringing with them their dog Bronson, bearded dragon Rooney and some unpleasant surprises for one or two characters.
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The Taylors' first scenes will see the family arrive in a cloud of chaos and noise in a van packed with all their belongings and pets as they prepare to shake up life on the soap.
EastEnders producer Sean O'Connor teased their explosive arrival, saying: "I'm hugely excited at the arrival of Karen and her family in Albert Square. They're noisy, brash and not to be messed with.
"Karen is a twenty-a-day lioness," he added. "Bringing up her kids with no support, no money and a very loud mouth. But though they may lack cash, the Taylors have love and warmth in spades."
Karen's two youngest sons, who are played by real-life siblings, both have learning difficulties, and eldest Keanu considers himself the man of the house, taking on the role of protecting his younger brothers.
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There is also a dark secret lurking in the shadows
The charming teen looks set to be quieter than his in-your-face mother, as actor Danny expained: "Keanu is very grateful to live at Number 3 Albert Square and will try his very best not to disturb the peace in the Square."
EastEnders bosses have teased a dark secret lurking in the shadows of the family's past, but have remained tight-lipped about the details.
Whatever it is, producers have promised that EastEnders will "never be quite the same again".
EastEnders continues tonight at 8pm on BBC One.