BBC bosses have released a 10 second spoiler video for the upcoming disaster week storyline, thought to be a Walford bus crash.
Excited viewers spotted the ominous clip on BBC One last night, which appeared to show the iconic Queen Victoria statuette's bust shaking.
Crumbling to pieces as the pub ceiling seemingly caved in, so could this spell the end of Albert Square's popular drinking spot?
Later, when posted online, the video was accompanied by the caption: "Disaster strikes at the heart of Walford in an unmissable week of EastEnders."
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The secret storyline has been kept firmly under wraps as producers are keeping tight-lipped on the drama.
Earlier this week an aerial photo surfaced of the set that appears to show a London bus following a Walford market crash.
In the snap, ambulances and fire engines can also be seen throughout the square that hints at a shock accident during next week's special.
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Disaster is due to strike on Monday, but fans are unsure about which unsuspecting favourites could potentially be killed off, although, both Aunt Babe (played by Annette Badland) and Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick) are thought to be among the dead.
A source previously told Insider Soap magazine: "Lives are definitely on the line. The ink is barely dry on Roxy and Ronnie's death certificates, and now tragedy looks set to strike again."
Actress Tilly Keeper, who plays Louise Mitchell, told Radio Times: "I'd definitely tune in next week. They're unmissable episodes. Full of drama."