Before the sad end of the television series Neighbours, star Scarlett Anderson reflected on her time there.
The actress, who is 9 years old and has played Toadie and Sonya Rebecci’s daughter Nell on the show since she was a newborn, called her time on Ramsay Street a “very lengthy trip.”
She stated during an interview that was posted on the Australian soap’s official social media channel, “I’ve very much grown up on this show.” “Same with John” (playing Hugo Rebecci, Turner). It’s kind of depressing that it’s coming to an end.
Scarlett expressed it best.
“I just want everyone to be happy about how it all started and how lovely everyone was. I just want to thank everyone for being so pleasant and kind to me when I was young and whatnot.
I fumbled a bit with my lines, but they were always with me, whispering the words to me or giving me helpful pointers. Just let them know that I won’t ever forget them.
You’re crying, not you.
Since Channel 5 controversially decided to remove Neighbours off their schedules in favour of “original UK drama,” which the broadcaster claims has a “strong appeal” for people, Neighbours, as viewers are aware, is scheduled to end later this month.
The final month of episodes, which are regarded as must-see TV, have been characterised as an on-air celebration of the show’s heritage.
The last episode will be a double-episode special that will air on Channel 5 on Friday, July 29 at 9 p.m.
Favorites from the past will return to Ramsay Street to rejoice with the people in the tense and moving conclusion.
Channel 5 broadcasts Neighbours weekdays at 1:45 and 6 o’clock.