Neighbours heads to London

Neighbours travels to London for a week of storylines that are jam-packed with shocking secrets and scandals that no fan can afford to miss.

After learning that Dee (Madeleine West) and his daughter Willow (Mieke Billing-Smith) have fled Erinsborough for the British capital, Toadie (Ryan Moloney) goes in search of them, desperate for answers. Misinterpretations, salacious secrets, and shocking revelations quickly follow – and Toadie makes a life-changing decision with catastrophic consequences.

Fans will be relieved to discover that Dee’s identity is revealed, rocking Toadie to his core. But has the truth arrived too late?

Network Ten Head of Drama, Rick Maier, said: “Neighbours continues to be one of Australia’s most successful drama exports to the UK and it’s fantastic that we are shooting the thrilling climax to the Dee storyline in London. It is great for the fans and great television. The performances are a stand-out.”

Neighbours Executive Producer, Jason Herbison, said: “We are excited that one of our biggest stories this year has taken us to the other side of the world. There is so much more to come from this UK escapade.”

Ryan Moloney said: “Filming in London was a cracking way to watch the Dee storyline come to a head. Madeleine’s return to Neighbours has been very close to my heart. To have the whole thing explode in such a dramatic fashion is beyond exciting. Viewers are going to love this!”

 Don’t miss a second of the week as the fallout will be felt for weeks to come.

Neighbours’ London week commences on Monday, 20 March at 6.30pm on ELEVEN and WIN Network.

  • Gill

    If Dee is not the real Dee, then this storyline is stupid, silly & pathetic and the writers have completely lost the plot. Why bring the same actress back to play another character. the storyline is absolutely ridicolous. Fans WANT THE REAL DEE NOT SOME IMPOSTER PLAYED BY THE SAME ACTRESS.

    • Ryno

      I respectfully disagree that the writers have lost the plot. For the most part, it has been an engrossing story and Madeleine needed to play the character otherwise, it wouldn’t have worked.