EastEnders Tonight: 17 July 2023 Preview

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On Monday July 17 2023 at 7:30 PM, BBC One will be broadcasting the new episode of EastEnders.

Find out everything you need to know about the episode of EastEnders on TV Tonight, including a full preview, videos, time, cast information and how to watch!

EastEnders Preview

In this episode, the spotlight shines on Kathy and Rocky as they prepare to exchange their vows. It’s their special day, and viewers can expect heartwarming moments, emotional speeches, and a celebration filled with joy and love. Will everything go smoothly, or will unexpected surprises threaten to derail their happily ever after?

Meanwhile, Sharon finds herself in a challenging situation as she confronts Keanu. In a quest for honesty and clarity, Sharon asks Keanu to come clean about a secret that has been weighing heavily on their relationship. The episode explores the complexities of love, trust, and the consequences of keeping secrets. Will Sharon’s quest for the truth bring them closer together or push them further apart?

As if the wedding and confessions weren’t enough, Stacey finds herself caught in an uncomfortable predicament. Double-booked and torn between two important commitments, Stacey faces a dilemma that could have far-reaching consequences. Viewers will witness Stacey’s struggle as she tries to navigate through this challenging situation. Will she find a way to resolve the conflict and salvage her relationships, or will she be forced to make a difficult choice?

How to Watch EastEnders

You can watch today’s episode of EastEnders on BBC One at 7:30 PM on 17 July 2023.

Alternatively, you can stream the show online! Click the link below to view the show online through the official website.

EastEnders Cast

Looking to find out who starred and the guest cast on today’s episode of EastEnders? We’ve got you covered.

Main Cast
June Brown as Dot Cotton
Danny Dyer as Mick Carter
Kellie Bright as Linda Carter
Lacey Turner as Stacey Slater
Maisie Smith as Tiffany Butcher
Jaz Deol as Kheerat Panesar
Danielle Harold as Lola Pearce
Letitia Dean as Sharon Watts
Charlie Brooks as Janine Butcher
Shona McGarty as Whitney Dean
Max Bowden as Ben Mitchell
Rose Ayling-Ellis as Frankie Lewis
Jack Ryder as Jamie Mitchell
Steve McFadden as Phil Mitchell
James Farrar as Zack Hudson
Jessie Wallace as Kat Slater

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