This week of revelations has seen Ladbrokes’ punters back Lucy Beale’s killer to come from within her own family.
As Lucy’s ghost hovers over the Square bets have started to pour in for her nearest and dearest to be revealed as Walford’s latest killer, and it’s her father Ian who is being backed most by punters, seeing his odds cut into 10/1.
It really was EastEnders’ night last night at The National Television Awards as they bagged every award that they were nominated for but the emotions running in the O2 arena were nothing compared to how they are feeling about next month’s live episode – So Danny Dyer says…
The former movie star, who picked up the award for Best Serial Drama last night for his role of Mick Carter, spoke to waiting reporters after the award ceremony to discuss his feelings about being part of the half an hour long live instalment of the hit BBC soap. Read more & comment »
Punters have been quick to back Abi Branning with Ladbrokes in the Eastenders whodunit market following a clue at the National Television Awards.
As the clue from the music box rang around the O2 arena on Wednesday night it only left punters further convinced that Abi is Lucy Beale’s killer, and after being flooded with bets the bookies have been forced to cut her odds into just 6/4.
It’s the murder mystery that’s had the nation gripped for months! And today The National Television Awardshave announced that a ‘major clue’ will be given out live on air, as EastEnders fans get one step closer to working out ‘who killed Lucy’. Lucy’s killer will be revealed next month as part of EastEnders 30th anniversary celebrations.
Tomorrow sees the All About Soap launch this year’s search to find the best soap moment from the last 12 months, and whilst the official nomination list has yet to be revealed, we can reveal some of the biggest contenders.
The past 12 months have been epic in the land of the Great British Soaps, with no less than seven and a half murders (we still aren’t convinced that Mercedes McQueen in Hollyoaks is dead), ten weddings, three births and one train crash (off the top of our heads) to consider, the competition od probably the most tight it has ever been! Read more & comment »
The shortlist for this year’s National Television Awards nominations has been revealed, and there are quite a few surprises.
The most notable snub seems to be for Peter Capaldi, the new Doctor Who, who has not been given the nod in the Best Drama Performance category, despite the show being up for Best Drama, and despite the tradition of each Time Lord being up for the Best Performance gong. Read more & comment »
Cindy Beale is the latest suspect to enter the frame in the Lucy Beale whodunnit according to Ladbrokes.
A run of bets into the thousands has seen Beale’s odds tumble down to 5/1 from 16/1, meaning she could soon displace favourites Abi Branning (3/1), Jane Beale (4/1) and Denise Fox (also 4/1) to become the prime suspect.
Whilst most of us are up in arms whenever the football disrupts our soap viewing even for just one night, one person in the entertainment industry thinks they don’t deserve their regular time slots in the first place!
Since the dawn of time soaps such as Emmerdale, EastEnders and Coronation Street have occupied what is commonly considered prime time slots for weekday viewing. Read more & comment »
EastEnders’ longest serving character, Ian Beale, is walking down the aisle once again during the EastEnders’ 30th anniversary live week.
Viewers recently saw Jane and Ian rekindle their romance after a passionate kiss underneath the mistletoe which led to Jane proposing to Ian on Christmas Eve. The happy couple have now confirmed their wedding date to be 19th February 2015.
Christmas is a time for reflection and for being thankful for all the lovely things that have happened over the year and who delivers us such reliable and consistent joy than the world of the British soap opera.
As we sit and wait for all of the mainstream soaps – Hollyoaks, EastEnders, Emmerdale & Coronation Street – to pull out all the stops to entertain us over this festive period, we thought we would share with you some of our favourite moments from this year so far. Read more & comment »
Now that we’re into the New Year, the drama is hotting up on soaps EastEnders, Emmerdale and Coronation Street…
And here on Unreality TV, these three soaps have a new home, so if you want to know what’s going on, including cast interviews, spoilers, clips and more, then click here to head over to the new home of soapy drama! Read more & comment »
Fans of the hit BBC soap will know that Tosh (Rebecca Scroggs) has been violent towards Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White) on and off since she was first introduced to the show earlier this year. Read more & comment »
Now, there is nobody more likely to spill the truth about a massive mystery in a soap than someone who has just been confirmed as leaving, but if that particular person is one of the main suspects, we can’t help but smell a red herring!
Ever since Lucy Beale was discovered murdered on Walford Common over the Easter period in EastEnders, her twin brother Peter has been a main suspect in the case. Read more & comment »