EastEnders viewers urge Jane to out Max after murder attempt

EastEnders viewers urge Jane to out Max after murder attempt

EastEnders viewers urge Jane to out Max after murder attempt

EastEnders fans were left disappointed after Jane Beale failed to out Max Branning over his attempts to murder her.

Jane (Laurie Brett) woke up after suffering a near death experience when her stepson Steven and Max (Jake Wood) set a fire to finish her off.

After remembering Max’s involvement in the blaze during Thursday night’s episode, she failed to alert husband Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) to the identity of the attempted murderer.

Fans on social media were left a little disappointed.

One viewer wrote: “After the whole Bobby thing there’s NO WAY Jane would keep quiet about this.”

Another tweeted: “I wish Jane would tell Ian so that Max could go away already, all these damn secrets.”

@CheNirvana posted: “In the real world Jane would tell staff to get the cops RIGHT NOW and then proper spill the beans on Mad Max. .. But it’s #eastenders so NO.”

“I hope Jane tells Ian what max is up to,” tweeted @MatthewFoster20.

:: EastEnders returns Friday at 8pm.


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