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EastEnders: Sam Mitchell’s big secret has been revealed

The following article includes spoilers for this week’s episodes of EastEnders, which have not yet been shown on television but are now available to watch as a boxset on BBC iPlayer.

This week, after Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) become trapped in a potentially fatal siege at Peggy’s, Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) rescues the two.

On Monday’s (June 27) episode of the BBC One soap opera, two assailants stormed the brand-new wine bar with the intention of making themselves known.

Fearing for their life, Sharon and Kat were left behind. Sam, on the other hand, comes to the rescue and fearlessly faces the two goons, telling them what a fool they are to cross a Mitchell.

She is compelled to sit next to Sharon and Kat despite her best efforts, but an opportunity presents itself when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry), who was hiding in the office, strikes one of the crooks with a baseball bat.

Sam heroically steps in the path and takes the bullet as the heavy pulls a gun on Kat because he is not happy.

As soon as Sam is acclaimed as a hero, Kat rehires her as the manager of Peggy’s to show her appreciation.

However, there’s a twist in store, as it turns out that Sam herself concocted the entire thing in an effort to play the hero and recapture her glory.

Shirley will discover that Sam created the entire conspiracy in Friday’s (July 1) episode of the show. As a result, she will want a share in the Mitchell fortune lest she reveal what her sworn adversary has been up to!

Consider us anticipating what comes next.

Wimbledon interfered with EastEnders’ usual broadcast schedule, thus it was decided to give viewers the option of watching episodes of the BBC One soap online before transmission.

Up until mid-August, new episodes of the soap opera will be released on iPlayer every Monday.
Later this week, these programs will still be broadcast on BBC Two. And this is a week in Walford that should not be missed, whether you’re binge-viewing or watching on television.

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The following article includes spoilers for this week’s episodes of EastEnders, which have not yet been shown on television but are now available to watch as a boxset on BBC iPlayer.

This week, after Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) become trapped in a potentially fatal siege at Peggy’s, Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) rescues the two.

On Monday’s (June 27) episode of the BBC One soap opera, two assailants stormed the brand-new wine bar with the intention of making themselves known.

Fearing for their life, Sharon and Kat were left behind. Sam, on the other hand, comes to the rescue and fearlessly faces the two goons, telling them what a fool they are to cross a Mitchell.

She is compelled to sit next to Sharon and Kat despite her best efforts, but an opportunity presents itself when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry), who was hiding in the office, strikes one of the crooks with a baseball bat.

Sam heroically steps in the path and takes the bullet as the heavy pulls a gun on Kat because he is not happy.

As soon as Sam is acclaimed as a hero, Kat rehires her as the manager of Peggy’s to show her appreciation.

However, there’s a twist in store, as it turns out that Sam herself concocted the entire thing in an effort to play the hero and recapture her glory.

Shirley will discover that Sam created the entire conspiracy in Friday’s (July 1) episode of the show. As a result, she will want a share in the Mitchell fortune lest she reveal what her sworn adversary has been up to!

Consider us anticipating what comes next.

Wimbledon interfered with EastEnders’ usual broadcast schedule, thus it was decided to give viewers the option of watching episodes of the BBC One soap online before transmission.

Up until mid-August, new episodes of the soap opera will be released on iPlayer every Monday.
Later this week, these programs will still be broadcast on BBC Two. And this is a week in Walford that should not be missed, whether you’re binge-viewing or watching on television.

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The following article includes spoilers for this week’s episodes of EastEnders, which have not yet been shown on television but are now available to watch as a boxset on BBC iPlayer.

This week, after Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) and Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) become trapped in a potentially fatal siege at Peggy’s, Sam Mitchell (Kim Medcalf) rescues the two.

On Monday’s (June 27) episode of the BBC One soap opera, two assailants stormed the brand-new wine bar with the intention of making themselves known.

Fearing for their life, Sharon and Kat were left behind. Sam, on the other hand, comes to the rescue and fearlessly faces the two goons, telling them what a fool they are to cross a Mitchell.

She is compelled to sit next to Sharon and Kat despite her best efforts, but an opportunity presents itself when Shirley Carter (Linda Henry), who was hiding in the office, strikes one of the crooks with a baseball bat.

Sam heroically steps in the path and takes the bullet as the heavy pulls a gun on Kat because he is not happy.

As soon as Sam is acclaimed as a hero, Kat rehires her as the manager of Peggy’s to show her appreciation.

However, there’s a twist in store, as it turns out that Sam herself concocted the entire thing in an effort to play the hero and recapture her glory.

Shirley will discover that Sam created the entire conspiracy in Friday’s (July 1) episode of the show. As a result, she will want a share in the Mitchell fortune lest she reveal what her sworn adversary has been up to!

Consider us anticipating what comes next.

Wimbledon interfered with EastEnders’ usual broadcast schedule, thus it was decided to give viewers the option of watching episodes of the BBC One soap online before transmission.

Up until mid-August, new episodes of the soap opera will be released on iPlayer every Monday.
Later this week, these programs will still be broadcast on BBC Two. And this is a week in Walford that should not be missed, whether you’re binge-viewing or watching on television.

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