Favourites return for Neighbours Flashback Week

Matt Wilson, Takaya Honda, plus April Rose Pengilly, Jodi Gordon, Bonnie Anderson and Benji McNair are all part of a special week on 10.

Cast have been confirmed for Neighbours‘ very own Flashback Week next week on 10.

Takaya Honda (playing David Tanaka) and Matt Wilson (playing Aaron Brennan) are both confirmed along with as well the arrival of Logie-nominated actor Hannah Monson (pictured above), stepping into the role of Nicolette Stone (previously Charlotte Chimes).

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.”

Also returning are 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).

The week which fills in the gaps of what happened in Erinsborough throughout the past two years, is promising jaw-dropping surprises, shocking twists and reunions.

Jason Herbison, Executive Producer, said; “The new season began with some major shocks for the audience – but is everything as it seems? Flashback week will take us back in time and explore what really happened over the last two years. By the end of it, everything will be changed for the residents, with the ramifications lasting for months to come.”

4pm Monday 13 November – Thursday 16 November on 10.

5 Responses

  1. I’m as hooked as I always have been. It’s like catching up with an old friend you haven’t seen for years and coming to appreciate how they’ve changed.

  2. As a longtime “Neighbours” viewer, I’m liking the new and old. But I can’t wait to find out what happened! Bits I’ve seen elsewhere online have been amazing!!!

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