EastEnders villain Ray Kelly was last seen being arrested for bigamy at the end of the New Year’s Day episode.
But the undercover cop will manage to escape the law in tonight’s explosive two-parter – and there is only one thing on his mind.
Furious Ray is hellbent on revenge – and a trailer for the thrilling episodes shows him causing chaos.
There is a dramatic final confrontation between Mel and Ray involving a loaded gun in the woods.
However, a crucial scene shown behind closed doors seems to suggest an unexpected character will be killed.
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The gritty trailer cuts between Hunter calling Ray out on his lies, while Mel and her son have a brutal showdown with the bigamist in the woods.
Emotional Hunter says: "You said mum was the only one for you."
But Ray insists that there are "two side to every story" as he prepares to spin some more lies to his step son.
Angry Hunter is then seen rushing to grab a knife in a possible bid to murder the man that helped raise him.
Ray is confronted by Hunter at home
Hunter rushes to grab a knife
The next scene shows furious Mel call Ray a "monster" as they clash in the dark forest.
Ray wreaks havoc as he attacks terrified Mel and Hunter and tries to break into their car.
Frightened Mel frantically tries to get the car going as Hunter shouts "drive".
Furious Ray tries to smash his way into the car
Hunter screams at his mum to drive
But the most telling moment comes when Hunter is heard saying: "No dad, please."
The camera focuses on the door as Ray is heard struggling with Hunter on the other side.
Could he really be about to kill his own step son?
Is Hunter being killed behind this door?
EastEnders viewers have taken to Twitter after watching the thrilling trailer.
Some have suggested than Hunter will be the character that dies.
One viewer said: "So I’m guessing hunter gets killed"
"Hunter is going to die," added another.
A third said: "Was that Hunter shouting "No dad – please" ? This looks exciting"
*EastEnders airs tonight on BBC One at 7.30pm and 8.30pm
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