Set to explode onto screens on June 15, the family comprise of tough single mother Karen (played by Lorraine Stanley) and her four sour-mouthed children.
In a new teaser released by the BBC, the bunch can't even get through moving day without causing a stir, and the head of the family gets into a nasty argument with Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner).
Karen tries being friendly as they unload their packed van, which raises a number of eyebrows from neighbours. She calls out, cigarette in hand: "Don't suppose one of you fancies putting the kettle on do ya?"
But series favourite Stacey doesn't hold back later on after an unseen disagreement: "Go on, have a go at me! I'll hit you so hard you won't be able to get up!"
The Taylor family explode onto EastEnders in new trailer
Stacey doesn't hold back against her new neighbour
The family cause quite a stir in the Square when they arrive
They're noisy, brash and not to be messed with
The smiles are gone and it seems the gloves are already off, as even though Karen tries to keep her children in check, they don't seem convinced.
"We've got a new start, let's not do anything to muck this up," she says back in their new house. But her oldest son Keanu (Danny Walters) replies: "It's not us you need to worry about."
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Newcomer Clair Norris has been cast as Karen's daughter Bernadette, along with real-life siblings Tom and Alfie Jacobs who will play younger brothers Riley and Chatham.
The family will bring some critters along with them too – their dog Bronson and a bearded dragon named Rooney.
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The Taylors – The new family on the block are single mum Karen, and her kids Keanu, Bernadette and twins Riley and Chatham
Karen Taylor is not impressed with Stacey's welcome to her family
When EastEnders' executive producer Sean O'Connor announced the new characters, he said: "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, bringing up her kids with no support, no money and a very loud mouth."
He also added that the Square "will never be the same again".