Soap bosses have confirmed the date EastEnders will return to our screens.
The popular soap will return "with a bang" on September 7 after nearly three months off air.
The decision to suspend filming came after government advice in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Only two episodes of the hit show were shown per a week in a huge schedule shake-up until pre-recorded episodes ran out.
Filming then resumed in Albert Square at the end of June.
PA reports executive producer Jon Sen said: "From the moment we turned the lights out in The Queen Vic our ambition was to come back with a bang and this autumn certainly does that.
"As soon as Albert Square reawakens, the drama returns at a pace.
"Although working within social distancing guidelines has certainly given us some new challenges, I am incredibly proud of what everyone has achieved.
"The show is looking fantastic and we can't wait for 'series two' to begin."
The soap will air four nights a week after making its return on BBC One at 8pm on Monday September 7.
Each episode will be 20 minutes long, which is 10 minutes shorter than its usual running time.
While off air, the BBC has aired iconic classic episodes from the soap's 35 year history.
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A behind-the-scenes documentary series hosted by Stacey Dooley has also aired once a week, with EastEnders actors reflecting on their time on the show and offering insight into production.
EastEnders said with "things returning to normal for the residents of Walford, that can only mean one thing - drama is set to follow".
Fans can expect to see a "friendship rocked when a huge secret is revealed, tragedy for one Albert Square family, trouble brew for the Carters ... new love in lockdown", as well as the return of Stacey Fowler.