EastEnders spoilers hint at Lola and Ben development
EastEnders spoilers follow.
EastEnders has revealed a new twist in Lola Pearce's storyline, ahead of her tragic death.
The BBC soap has released official teaser spoilers for the penultimate week of May, hinting that Ben will take drastic measures to try and help Lola.
Lola will learn that she only has weeks to live in upcoming scenes, as her heartbreaking storyline heads into its final chapter.
Fans already know that the end is near for Lola, due to pictures showing cast and crew filming her funeral.
Although the date of Lola's final episode is yet to be confirmed, it's looking like Ben is still searching for a miracle in scenes to be aired later this month.
The new teaser spoilers suggest that Ben is facing a new struggle in the week commencing May 22, forcing his dad Phil to later step in.
When Phil refuses to make Ben see sense, Ben will plan something drastic to try and help Lola by the end of the week. But what does he have in mind?
Elsewhere, Stacey's story will also take centre stage during these episodes, as she is forced to deal with the repercussions of her recent decisions.
Meanwhile, Ravi tries to right his wrongs and a quiz at The Vic causes tensions to rise amongst the residents of Walford.
The full teaser spoilers follow below.
Monday, May 22 - 7.30pm
Stacey takes matters into her own hands, Ben struggles to deal with recent events, and Ravi tries to right his wrongs.
Tuesday, May 23 - 7.30pm
Lola takes comfort from an unlikely source, Stacey deals with the repercussions of her actions, and a quiz at The Vic causes tensions to rise amongst the residents of Walford.
Wednesday, May 24 - 7.30pm
Phil tries to make Ben see sense, Jean tries to restore peace at the Slaters, and Freddie refuses to accept help.
Thursday, May 25 - 7.30pm
Ben goes to drastic measures to help Lola, Stacey comes up with a plan to help her family, and Patrick works his magic at a special event.
EastEnders airs on Mondays - Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC One. The show also streams on BBC iPlayer.
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