"EastEnders" stars cannot wait to find out what is coming up next in their scripts since Kate Oates took over on the BBC One soap.
Tilly Keeper - who plays Louise Mitchell in the show - says the whole cast are "really excited" for the upcoming plots, but admitted there has always been a "great atmosphere" on the show.
When asked how it feels to be under new management, Tilly said: "We're just really excited for the new stories they've come up with.
"It's been a great atmosphere always, but now every time we get a new script it's like, "Oh gosh, what's happening next?" It's so involved."
Lorraine Stanley - who stars as Karen Taylor on the show - admitted she has "always had a great time" on the soap.
Speaking in a joint interview on "This Morning", she added: "It's always been great, the vibe, the mood. I've always had a great time."
Tilly's script confession comes just days after Davood Ghadami - who plays Kush Kazemi - admitted the stars of the soap are filled with excitement every time they are handed a new script.
He is so keen to find out what happens in the various plots he cannot resist heading straight to the "doof doof" moments to see each episode's conclusion before reading his own lines.
Speaking in a backstage video on the BAFTA Twitter account, after the soap scooped the Soap and Continuing Drama prize at the ceremony, he said: "We sit there in reception and you can see us all opening the brown envelopes going, "What's happening this week?"
"It is exciting every week.
"You look straight at the doof doof and work back.
"You look at everyone else's storylines and see what everyone else is up to. And from that point on you cannot wait to get on set and film it and see how it all goes."