Channel Ten has provided further details about the final episode of the soap opera Neighbours as fans count down the days till the melancholy finale.
The eagerly anticipated conclusion was initially planned for August 1, but it has already been moved up to Thursday, July 28.
The conclusion will air on Channel Ten’s primary channel, the company said in a statement.
It’s time to say goodbye to Neighbours after 37 years, 8903 episodes, many marriages, deaths, babies, and catastrophes, according to a statement.
On Thursday, July 28 at 7.30 p.m., “the riveting and moving 90-minute finale of Australia’s longest-running drama will be broadcast on 10 and 10 Peach.”
Before the season finale on Thursday, 90-minute episodes of Neighbours will air on 10Peach from Monday, July 25 to Wednesday, July 27 at 6.30 p.m.
Favorites from the past come back to Ramsay Street to celebrate with the residents of Erinsborough. From the first moment in 1985, there will be something for every viewer in this huge homecoming, the network promised.
Don’t miss Neighbours’ final week, which begins on Monday, July 25.
The Neighbours season finale will run on Friday, July 29, according to British television network Channel 5, which pays for the majority of the show’s production costs and broadcasts it in the UK.
Three complete programmes will air on Channel 5 on that day. The soap opera will air one episode at its customary times of 1:45 p.m. and again at 6 p.m.
For viewers in the UK, a double-length conclusion of the final two episodes will show at 9 p.m.
The shocking news that Neighbours was cancelled earlier this year after Fremantle Media’s key partner, Channel 5, decided to end its collaboration and stop sponsoring the show left fans in disbelief.
The Neighbours team has gone above and beyond for the production, even going so far as to resurrect Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue in their legendary roles as Charlene and Scott Robinson.
While the Neighbours finale won’t be revealed to viewers until July 28, executive producer Jason Herbison has assured them Ramsay Street won’t be blown up in a flash of glory.
According to Jason, “I would never, ever blow it up.” TV Blackbox. The conclusion will celebrate the past, present, and leave plenty of room for the future.
“Ramsay Street is immortal, and I like to imagine that long after the final scene, it will live on in the hearts and imaginations of the spectators.”