Neighbours has shared a stunning video on its social media pages that features the actors of the final episodes celebrating in style as the show’s finale approaches.
Before saying farewell permanently, Neighbours has fewer than two weeks left. The cast has never looked better in the festive video that was just released as part of the show’s #CelebratingNeighbours promotion.
The cast members who will appear in the final episode, which will premiere in Australia on July 28 and in the UK on July 29, are shown in the video, which was shared on the show’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
In the opening moments of the footage, Guy Pearce’s portrayal of Mike Young gives us our first glimpse of him.
He appears with Jane Harris (Annie Jones). Will Jane and Mike meet in the show’s final episodes given that the two characters dated in the 1980s and given that Jane’s relationship with Clive Gibbons (Geoff Paine) is presently on the rocks?
For the second photograph, Jane dons a red jumpsuit and is shown holding a huge silver balloon.
After an eventful year that saw Nicolette (Charlotte Chimes), Leo (Tim Kano), Aaron (Matt Wilson), and David (Takaya Honda) serve time in prison following a medical manslaughter charge, it’s happy families for Nicolette, Leo, Aaron, and their unborn child.
Will David’s release from prison lead to a happy ending for the four?
The series’ final episode has Toadie (Ryan Moloney) getting married to Melanie Pierson, setting him up for happiness (Lucinda Cowden).
While his son Callum (Morgan Baker) is scheduled to travel to Erinsborough in time for the wedding, his mother Angie (Lesley Baker) has already returned and is wreaking havoc.
Along with their daughter Annie, Chris Pappas (James Mason) and Lucy Robinson (Melissa Bell) are back (Harlow Herbison Fuentes).
Chris, the first openly gay regular character on Neighbours, fathered a kid with Lucy before moving to New York to raise the child full-time.
Andrew (Lloyd Will) and Wendy Rodwell (Candice Leask), two of the street’s newest residents, are featured in the trailer. However, if the rumours are accurate, some new (old) people may move into the street before we bid Ramsay Street a final farewell.
The past few months have been tumultuous for Glen (Richard Huggatt) and Kiri (Gemma Bird Matheson), as Glen hid the truth that he was Kiri’s father.
With a strong bond developing between them, the two are now on friendly terms and have decided to be friends.
Toadie and Melanie will tie the knot in the series’ final wedding ever.
Both of Toadie’s biological children, Nell (Scarlett Anderson) and Hugo (John Turner), as well as his adopted son Callum, will be present to see them.
Since his 1987 debut, Harold Bishop (Ian Smith) has been one of the show’s most recognisable characters.
Ian Smith, who played the character again earlier this year after his previous appearance in 2015, has spent the past few weeks getting to know the neighbourhood he once called home again.
In the flashy video, Karl (Alan Fletcher) and Susan (Jackie Woodburne) play with sparklers.
Since the Kennedy family’s introduction in 1994, the two have been two of the show’s most adored characters. This week, actor Alan Fletcher was seen breaking down in tears when discussing the show’s finale on a number of UK news programmes.
Chloe (April Rose Pengilly), Kiri, and Freya (Phoebe Roberts), the occupants of Number 24, appear elegant as they toast with an enormous bottle of champagne.
The video shows Shane Ramsay (Peter O’Brien), who is returning, blowing a party horn into Paul Robinson’s ear (Stefan Dennis).
In the 1980s, the two protagonists were best friends, but things are about to get sour as Shane learns that Paul has accumulated a lot of enemies over the years.
Will Shane’s actions force Paul to permanently abandon his cherished Lassiters Hotel?
Roxy (Zima Anderson) and Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan), who just left the programme, are back for the final episodes, with Roxy revealing a baby bump beneath her green dress.
In the joyful clip, Yashvi (Olivia Junkeer), who is also returned, gives Mackenzie (Georgie Stone), a bear hug.
Terese Willis (Rebekah Elamloglou), who is spinning while carrying a number of balloons, is unable to contain her joy.
Terese is going through a divorce right now, and Paul has agreed to buy her out of Lassiters so she can focus on starting a brand-new, exciting business.
Is there still time for the two to get along before the end? She has been showing signs of softening against Paul in recent weeks after witnessing how hard David’s ordeal was for him.
In the promo, Levi (Richie Morris) throws Freya into the air as she puts her arm around him, looking very in love.
When they came back last week, Izzy Hoyland (Natalie Bassingthwaighte) and Mal Kennedy (Benjamin McNair) shocked Karl and Susan by revealing that they are dating.
They intend to relocate to Erinsborough, it was announced this week. Will Susan being forced to live next to her worst adversary as the show’s ending actually be the case, or is there another major twist in store?
As Paul, Shane, and Clive get back together, it’s as if the 1980s never ended.
The last few weeks have been heavily influenced by Zara Selwyn (Freya Van Dyke) and Amy Greenway (Jacinta Stapleton), as Amy fights with her affections for Toadie and Zara enlists Harold’s assistance in an effort to separate Toadie and Melanie.
In the final week, Amy distances herself from Toadie, but in the final promo, which features several of the characters wearing the wedding attire, everything is happy.
Does this imply that Amy can put her emotions aside and enjoy with the newlyweds on their special day?
The dancing between Mike and Jane feeds the rumours that the 1980s couple may reunit for the finales.
Despite the fact that Chloe is by herself in this image from the social media video, recent spoilers indicate that she may soon be reunited with Elly Conway (Jodi Anasta).
With a new girlfriend and a transfer to Erinsborough on the horizon, Mal has a lot to celebrate. However, how will this affect his relationship with his mother Susan in the coming weeks?
Mike and Jane use sparklers to make heart shapes. A sneak peek at what’s to come?
The Ramsay Street sign is held by Sam Ellis (Henrietta Graham), who is also shown in the promotional video. She just started working on the show as Chloe’s assistant, and there are rumours that she knows another Neighbours fan.
One of the many ’80s favourites who are reuniting in the last episode is Des Clarke (Paul Keane), who is back after a brief absence.
Although Nicolette and Jane have experienced ups and downs recently, they are both happy in the new video as they use use sparklers to make a heart.
Holding aloft a neon Neighbours sign, the three 1980s icons Mike Young, Shane Ramsay, and Paul Robinson come together.
Elly Conway is returning to Erinsborough to reconcile with Chloe, but Bea Nilsson (Bonnie Anderson) is also back in town for some reason.
Actress Bonnie Anderson left Neighbours last year after splitting up with Levi Canning, but she has maintained her link by singing the show’s theme song.
There may still be some surprises still to come, since there are rumours that Finn Kelly will also appear in the show’s last episode and that actor Rob Mills actually filmed parts for it.
On Thursday, July 28, a three-part special featuring the final episodes of Neighbours will be broadcast simultaneously on 10 and 10 Peach in Australia.