List of East Enders Television Spin-offs

List Of East Enders Television Spin-offs

EastEnders is a popular British soap opera that has aired on BBC One since 19 February 1985. Several spin-off shows have been made, some of which are episodes that look at the history of some of the characters by flashbacks. Others have been a lead-up for a character's eventual return to the show, and some have followed characters who had departed from the show in an overseas setting. Like off-set episodes, these spin-offs are set outside the usual location of Albert Square. Documentaries have also aired, particularly for the 10th, 15th, and 20th anniversaries of the show looking back at the history of the show's inception, its characters and storylines.

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