Neighbors cast reunite ahead of new series

The show will return next year

Author: Hazel ScottPosted 2 hours ago
Last updated 1 hour ago

Fans of popular soap opera Neighbors were devastated when they learned that the series was coming to an end after 37 years. We got to see several cast members return to the show for its emotional July finale, including Guy Pearce, Natalie Imbruglia, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, and Jason Donovan. However, the show has since been revived by Amazon Freevee, with the series continuing into 2023.

So far it has been announced that Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson), Alan Fletcher (Karl Kennedy), Ryan Moloney (Toadfish) and Jackie Woodburne (Susan Kennedy) will return to the series and before the cast officially gets back together Alan Fletcher and Stefan Dennis got fans excited when they revealed they had reunited.

Alan shared a photo with Stefan while the pair were together in Sydney and wrote: “Had a wonderful few days in Sydney playing music with @lachlanbryan and @jenahansen. Big shout out to @stefandennis7 for coming home to #melbourne with me. #longdrive #bestcompany #gundagai #dogonthetuckerbox #roadtrip’.

Naturally, fans were pleasantly surprised to see the pair together, and they took to the comments to share their thoughts. One wrote: “This deserves to be a Neighbors inspired episode, I would enjoy the whole road trip”.

Another added: ‘When you’re hanging out with a neighbors cast member do you ever slip into character? That would be funny 😂’. Some people were surprised at how different Stefan looked, with one person writing, “Stefans must keep the new look for when his neighbors come back.” (sic)

When are Neighbors coming back?

The much-loved Australian show will return in 2023, although no official start date has been announced.

Where can I watch Neighbors?

You’ll soon be able to watch existing episodes and a new series of Neighbors on Amazon Freevee.

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footballers wives

Airing between 2002 and 2006, Footballers’ Wives followed fictional Premier League football club Earls Park, and all the drama of the players and their feisty wives!

bad girls

Set in a fictional women’s prison, Bad Girls aired on ITV between 1996 and 2006 and featured some very famous faces including Claire King and Debra Stephenson.

The law project

First aired in 1983, crime drama The Bill proved popular, airing until 2010. The show focused on the life and work of police officers and featured well-known actors such as Trudie Goodwin , Graham Cole and Mark Wingett.

Outnumbered

Although all the kids on the BBC sitcom Outnumbered are now grown up (Tyger Drew-Honey is now 26), we’d love to see a remake of the hilarious programme, which followed the lives of a mother and father who were outnumbered by their three children.

Of course, mom and dad are now officially a couple in real life!

Don’t try this at home

Who remembers sitting in front of the television on a Saturday night, watching Davina McCall help members of the public through difficult and frightening challenges?

It must come back!

Sabrina the Teenage Witch

She was confident, funny, magical AND she had a talking cat. Sabrina made us all want to be a witch!

The show was also rebooted between 2018 and 2020 as a Netflix series titled Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Ugly Betty

Believe it or not, 16 years have passed since Ugly Betty last aired on our screens! The show, which starred actress America Ferrera, followed a character called Betty Suarez, who despite her lack of “style”, landed a job at a high-profile fashion magazine.

where is the heart

The British drama, which was filmed in the Yorkshire town of Skelthwaite, proved hugely popular with viewers between 1997 and 2006, featuring the lives of a group of district nurses and their families.

It’s a knockout

It was stupid, it was crazy, but it was definitely fun! It’s a Knockout that started in 1966, but the show has made several comebacks on the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5!

The prince of Bel-Air

We’d love to see Will Smith return to character alongside Carlton Banks, but we got the next best thing earlier this year, with the Fresh Prince reboot called Bel Air, which was released earlier this year where Jabari Banks has played Will Smith.

Stars in their eyes

A true classic! Stars In Their Eyes, originally hosted by Leslie Crowther, first aired in 1990 with Matthew Kelly in 1993. The show made a comeback with Harry Hill in 2015, but it didn’t quite go away. take off!

The queen’s nose

Who would have thought rubbing a 50p coin would be so interesting? We loved watching Harmony’s adventures as she exhausted her magical wishes.

fun house

We loved watching two schools go head-to-head in three rounds of madness. Bring back the gunge and crazy hairstyles of Pat Sharp!

Barn Hill

Although we were in school all day, we loved coming home and watching others at school. Odd. But gripping stories and relatable characters kept us glued to our screens.

The London fire

Aired between 1988 and 2002, London’s Burning documented the life of a fictional London Fire Brigade Blue Watch at the fictional Blackwall Barracks.

The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory was on television from 2007 to 2019. The show centered on two physicists who shared an apartment, Johnny Galecki as Leonard Hofstadter and Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper, and their friendship with Penny, played by Kaley Cuoco, who lived across the street.

game of thrones

Game of Thrones ran for eight seasons between 2011 and 2019. The show starred Sean Bean as Eddard ‘Ned’ Stark and Kit Harington as Jon Snow.

House of Dragons is the new prequel, but we really wish we had more (or another ending) to the original Game of Thrones TV show. Who knows, maybe when the last book comes out they might do some more episodes…

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