ICYMI: Classic sitcom Neighbours is set to return to TV

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ICYMI: Classic sitcom Neighbours is set to return to TV

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Following the grand finale earlier this year, the iconic series is set to make a comeback with the help of a new partnership.

The longest-running Australian series is about to run even longer. Neighbours fans, rejoice – the adored daily Aussie soap is set to return to screens in the second half of 2023. Made possible by a new partnership between producers Fremantle and Amazon Freevee and Prime Video, the classic show will make a comeback following the dramatic grand finale earlier this year.

The renewed series will hop back into the stories of beloved Ramsey Street characters, with  ​Stefan Dennis, Alan Fletcher, Ryan Moloney, and Jackie Woodburne returning to their roles. Production is set to commence in 2023, with executive producer Jason Herbison, with the series since 2013, at the helm.

Neighbours makes a comeback

  • The long-running Aussie series is set to return in mid 2023
  • New episodes will premier on Network 10
  • Australians can watch classic episodes from the catalogue on Prime Video

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Eager fans can watch the new episodes first on Australia’s 10 Network, the home of the series throughout its 36 year run.

Amazon Freevee will host the show in the UK and the US, offering thousands of early episodes available as well. In Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, the catalogue can be found on Prime Video.

“Neighbours has captivated its audience for nearly 40 years, building a dedicated and loyal following for the lives and stories of the characters on Ramsay Street,” says Lauren Anderson, head of AVOD original content and programming, Amazon Studios. “We look forward to immersing the audience in new Ramsay Street experiences when we relaunch the show next year for Amazon Freevee and Prime Video customers.”

Launched in 1985, the series has spanned over three decades and 9000 episodes across the world. Fremantle’s global CEO, Jennifer Mullin, says the Amazon partnership represents an “exciting new chapter” for the show.

Stay up to date with what’s going on with the Ramsey street gang here