Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan reunite as their Famous Neighbors characters in a teaser trailer released ahead of the show’s final episode airing this week.
The Australian series will end with a two-episode special on July 29 after 37 years on screen, with other Ramsay Street favorites returning for the finale including Margot Robbie, Guy Pearce, actor Jesse Spencer and singer Delta Goodrem.
According to reports, another famous Neighbors character who will feature in the finale is the character Madge Bishop played by Anne Charleston, with some suggesting she could appear as a ghost. after his character’s death in 2001.
As the 40-second trailer begins, the voice of Harold Bishop, played by Ian Smith can be heard saying, “It certainly feels like the end of an era” before he directly adds. : “It all happened so fast. “
There’s also Pearce, who takes on the role of Mike Young, Donovan’s Scott Robinson’s best friend, and Minogue’s Charlene Mitchell.
Pearce’s role in the Australian soap helped launch his career in Hollywood, with roles in big budget films such as LA Confidential, The Time Machine and Christopher Nolan’s Memento.
In the trailer video, he is seen reconnecting with his ex, Jane Harris, played by Annie Jones.
Global pop star Minogue and singer Donovan are seen standing in front of a car, leaning against the bonnet, putting their arms around her as the words ‘Will they be happy forever?’ appears on the screen.
Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan were among the famous names back in the Neighborhood finale (Channel 5/PA)
Singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte will return as Izzy Hoyland and is seen in tears, telling a mysterious figure: “Your story, my story. I want a reason to come back. “
Also returning for the finale were Peter O’Brien, who appeared in the show’s first episode as Shane Ramsay, Mark Little, who played Joe Mangel, and Paul Keane, who played Des Clarke.
Familiar faces from the 2000s will be Chris Milligan, who plays Kyle Canning, Morgan Baker as Callum Rebecchi and James Mason as Chris Pappas.
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Neighborhood, which first aired in 1985 and follows the lives of people living and working in the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough, filmed the final scenes in early June.
It is shutting down production after failing to secure new funding since being dropped by Channel 5 earlier this year.
The neighbor will end with two special episodes on channel 5 at 9 pm on Friday, July 29.
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