Monday 25 July 2022
Refusing to be pushed around by Izzy, Susan’s put her own plan in motion. Meanwhile, Izzy has a run-in with another former Ramsay Street resident. She soon gets wind of Susan’s plan, and refuses to take it lying down.
Chloe’s reeling from her surprise visitor, unsure if it’s too good to be true. Already juggling several major life decisions, she decides to take some time to be sure she makes the right choice.
When Jane finds Byron giving Clive the watch he left at Danielle’s place, she berates them both. Byron sets her straight, and encourages her to work things out with Clive, before dropping another bombshell on his mum…
Tuesday 26 July 2022
Jane’s disapproval of Byron stirs up old resentments for Nicolette, and mother and daughter soon find themselves back at odds. With all the change occurring around her, Nicolette is left to wonder where her own future lies…
Susan insists Malcolm makes a choice, but to her dismay, he chooses Izzy. Has Susan made a terrible error in judgement?
As wedding plans continue apace, Melanie and Toadie are excited for their upcoming nuptials… But it brings to the forefront moments of their past they both struggle to reconcile. Toadie realises he needs to make a bold gesture for both to look forward to the future…
Wednesday 27 July 2022
Both packing up to move, Terese and Paul, are once again thrown into each other’s orbits. A surprise discovery leaves her emotionally overwhelmed and primed to blow up at Glen.
Toadie is visited by an old friend who wants to wish him luck for the wedding, and who learns about the estrangement with Amy…
Jane is upset to discover Nicolette’s plans to move to New York and fears she has driven her daughter away by acting like Mrs Mangel.
Thursday 28 July 2022
Glen continues to struggle with Terese’s allegiance to Paul. Despite her attempts to reassure him, he comes to a painful realisation.
Lucy is thrilled when Chris and Annie arrive from New York. Warmed by the Robinson family reunion, Leo joins David and Paul in deciding to move to the US.
Izzy has another chance encounter with Shane Ramsay. Dazzled by his wealth, Izzy soon crosses a line.
Friday 29 July 2022
Karl and Susan learn that Izzy has been up to no good behind Mal’s back. They prime themselves for a confrontation, however Izzy’s next move surprises everyone.
Toadie and Melanie are thrilled when Callum arrives for the wedding. The only thing missing is Amy – will her return lead to closure or chaos?
Clive makes a grand gesture to try and win Jane back. But in an unexpected twist, his efforts are thwarted by the return of Mike Young.
Neighbours Finale Episode 1 – Channel 5 from 9:00pm to 10:10pm
Jane gives Mike a tour of all the Ramsay Street houses before the go under the hammer. As old feelings stir, Clive’s jealousy leads to a shocking confrontation.
Harold asks Karl and Susan to be the custodians of the history book. Faced with her beloved friends and neighbours leaving, Susan struggles with her feelings.
As Toadie and Melanie’s wedding gets underway, Terese and Paul confront their unresolved feelings.
Neighbours Finale Episode 2 – Channel 5 from 9:00pm to 10:10pm
As friends and family gather for Toadie and Melanie’s wedding, Ramsay Street has some magic in store for everyone.
Want some more? then Neighbours: What Happened Next? airs on Channel 5 following the final episodes.
A tribute to the residents of Ramsay Street and the stars that Neighbours shot to fame. Aside from a look at Kylie Minogue (Charlene Mitchell/Robinson) and Jason Donovan (Scott Robinson), who returned for the finale, there are also profiles of Guy Pearce (Mike Young) and Margot Robbie (Donna Freedman). Plus, interviews with the cast and crew, including Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson), Annie Jones (Jane Harris), Ryan Moloney (Toadie), Jackie Woodburne (Susan Kennedy), and Alan Fletcher (Karl Kennedy).
Want EVEN MORE? then Neighbours: All the Pop Hits & More, Especially For You airs at 11.35pm on Channel 5
Neighbours’ Ramsay Street launched pop star after pop star. In this programme, we hit up the jukebox to bring you some of Erinsborough’s finest musicians… and guilty pleasures. From one-hit wonders to pop princesses, this is a celebration of the music and videos from Down Under.
While megastar Kylie Minogue (Charlene) struck it lucky from the off and stormed the charts across the decades, posterboy Jason Donovan (Scott) gave fans at least Ten Good Reasons to swoon. Meanwhile, in the southern hemisphere, Delta Goodrem (Nina) conquered the Aussie charts, raking in nine No 1 singles.
And though some would become music mainstays, others would light up the charts in a slightly shorter blaze of glory. Who could forget Stefan Dennis (Paul) and his leather jacket in the video for Don’t It Make You Feel Good? Or songstress Holly Valance (Flick) dishing out her Kiss Kiss kisses? Or even 1990s Natalie Imbruglia (Beth) tearing the house down with Torn?
But not everyone went it alone: Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Izzy) joined electropunks Rogue Traders to score a UK No 3 with Voodoo Child.