EastEnders spoilers see Chelsea distressed over serial killer Gray update

EastEnders is set for chilling scenes next week as Chelsea Fox is left distracted as she receives a letter from ex-husband and serial killer Gray Atkins.

Soap watchers will recall that Gray was finally arrested last year after it was revealed that he had murdered ex-wife Chantelle Baker, Kush Kazemi and Tina Carter.

Following his dramatic arrest, it was later divulged to soap watchers that Gray had pleaded guilty off-screen and had a very lengthy prison stint ahead.

In recent weeks, Mitch Baker received a letter from Gray, asking to see his children, where he told Chelsea and Bernie Taylor, who all agreed that will never happen.

However, in scenes next week, Chelsea is set to be tormented again by her ex-husband as she is left distracted when Gray sends another letter. What does it say and is this the last they have heard from the serial killer?

It comes as fans were quick to react earlier this month when Gray reached out to Mitch.

Taking to Twitter at the time, one person said: "Can't believe Gray is writing to them… horrible man #EastEnders."

While a different account put: "Not Gray wanting to see the kid heck no! He killed their mother he deserves nothing!! #Eastenders."

Elsewhere, other soap watchers worried that Gray's letters could be a hint that Suki Panesar is in danger amid her chilling controlling storyline with husband Nish Panesar.

One person wrote: "ee are making purposeful mentions of gray and chantelle in amongst suki’s storyline. take the hint loves. #Eastenders."

While a different viewer said: "Gray mention you ain't slick I see what your doing writers #Eastenders."

It comes after Toby-Alexander Smith, who played Gray, discussed his character's exit last year and said it was a "satisfying end" to the storyline.

He said: "I think all of the audience have obviously wanted justice for Chantelle, Tina and Kush for so long and it was important that we showed that justice and that comeuppance.

"There was no room for him to have an easy way out and it would have been wrong if they'd have done that. I do think, from the audience's perspective, it's a satisfying ending to the storyline."

EastEnders continues on Monday to Thursday at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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