EastEnders fans’ fury as next week’s episodes ‘leak online’

Fans are furious the episodes have appeared online early

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Next week’s EastEnders episodes have reportedly leaked online.

Fans have been left furious over others watching the episodes which seem to have been accidentally uploaded to the BBC’s iPlayer service early.

Next week sees Martin clash with Ben (Credit: BBC)

Links emerged on social media allowing fans to watch the episodes.

Major spoilers for the week ahead, which ED! is not revealing, have emerged online, ruining experiences for the audience.

However, fans of the soap are furious over the leaks and have hit out at other fans for watching and sharing what happens.

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One said: “People leaking next week’s episodes should be disgusted with themselves. #EastEnders #Ballum.”

Another said: “Really don’t like it when people leak episodes for next week’s #EastEnders #Ballum”

A third raged: “Wtf how did people manage to leak episodes of EastEnders.”

The aftermath of Bex’s attempt to take her own life is explored (Credit: BBC)

Another tweeted: “I can’t believe someone woke up and just decided to leak all the episodes of EastEnders for next week.”

One angry fan added: “Safe to say I’m muting and blocking anyone who leaks, even if it’s a friend.

“You might want to ruin the spirit, but EastEnders is my favourite show and I devote my entire week to it, you are not gonna ruin it for me. #Ballum #EastEnders

“I don’t watch episodes on BBC iPlayer until after original transmission. In my eyes EastEnders deserves the vibe of sitting in front of your TV, humming the theme tune, and being shocked at the doof doofs.”

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Another said: “Anyone who’s leaked pics for next week, should be ashamed. #EastEnders.”

A sixth added: “Next week’s episodes leaking online like it’s Doctor Who or Game of Thrones is so weird to me! How did this even happen?”

A BBC spokesman told ED!: “As soon as we became aware of the unauthorised publication, we took immediate action to remove them. We are investigating to prevent this happening again.”

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