Neighbours confirms Flashback Week details

Neighbours confirms Flashback Week details

It’s time to jump into your DeLorean as we go back in time for Neighbours‘ Flashback Week, as explosive secrets from the last two years are finally revealed. 

The tell-all lookback episodes will be packed with jaw-dropping surprises, shocking twists and reunions of beloved characters, as we fill in the gaps of exactly what happened in Erinsborough throughout the past two years. 

Flashback Week will see the return of fan favourite cast members Takaya Honda (playing David Tanaka) and Matt Wilson (playing Aaron Brennan), as well as the arrival of Logie-nominated actor Hannah Monson, stepping into the role of Nicolette Stone.

Takaya Honda said: “I’m very excited to return to the set of Neighbours and continue the journey of David and Aaron. There’s an abundance of exciting storylines ahead, and I’m positive that the audience will be enamoured by Hana Abe Tucker’s adorable portrayal of Isla and Hannah Monson’s fresh and compelling take on Nicolette.”

Matt Wilson said: “We’re back baby! I’m absolutely thrilled to be back on Ramsay Street. After taking the role of stay-at-home dad for a year, I’m looking forward to having adult conversations. The show has changed so much in all the best ways. Hannah Monson is a blast to work with, creating her very own version of Nicolette that I can’t wait for everyone to see. And our little Isla is now played by Hana Abe-Tucker who is the biggest character on set by a country mile.”

Prepare for the ultimate Ramsay Street reunion, featuring a stellar line-up of former cast members including April Rose Pengilly (Chloe Brennan), Jodi Gordon (Elly Conway), Bonnie Anderson (Bea Nilsson), Jacinta Stapleton (Amy Greenwood), Olivia Junker (Yashvi Rebecchi), Benji McNair (Mal Kennedy), Ian Rawlings (Phil Martin), Morgan Baker (Callum Rebecchi) and Ariel Kaplan (Imogen Willis)

Neighbours’ Flashback Week. Starts Monday 13 November At 4:00pm On 10 And 10 Play And 6:30pm On 10 Peach.  


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