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  1. Digital Spy have revealed that there's a new special arriving on My5 on New Year's Eve. Home and Away's UK fans will be able to discover even more about 2020's storylines on New Year's Eve, when an online special is released on Channel 5's on-demand service My5. Hosted by Jason Smith, who played Robbie Hunter between 2003 and 2006, the festive New Year's Eve special will share new spoilers and teasers about what's ahead. Teasing the special, a Channel 5 spokesperson told Digital Spy: "Love, relationships, friendships, birth, deaths, marriage, 2020 promises to be nothing short of must-see appointment television. "So pull up a pew and prepare for a treat with this world exclusive UK sneak peek of the all new Home and Away… just for My5 viewers!"
  2. They are going to be shown in Oz. WARNING - article contains possible spoilers for 2020. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-7725747/Seven-announce-theyll-airing-series-Home-Away-specials.html Channel Seven have announced they'll be airing a series of Home and Away specials over the festive season. Titled Home and Away: Christmas in Summer Bay, the behind-the-scenes specials will air every Tuesday in December while the show is off air. Cast members including Ada Nicodemou, Ray Meagher, Georgie Parker and Lynne McGranger will all be making an appearance, and will discuss their favourite memories on the long-running soap. Christmas has come early! Seven have announced they'll be airing a series of Home and Away specials over the festive season Here's a preview - contains spoilers for 2020 https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/preview/mol/2019/11/26/359890195179455360/636x382_MP4_359890195179455360.mp4
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  4. Channel Five have announced that H&A will be finishing on Fri 22nd November and returning on Mon 6th Jan 2020 . No word yet on how long the show will be off-air in Oz.
  5. Good that Ben had a meeting with the AFP and was left feeling more hopeful about his situation. I thought he might go off on one having seen the business card for the psychologist but it seemed to bring home to him the effect all this has had on Maggie too. I enjoyed Ryder's driving lesson and his later scene with Roo. What a good idea to do a TAFE in his chosen field. First mention of Jett for a while. So, Raffy will soon be off to Victoria, assuming she gets into the trial that is. I hope Scott is ok.
  6. I just wanted to express my sadness at hearing about the passing of Sarah's brother, Karl De Abrew. My thoughts are with her and her family.
  7. Karen was quite hard on Dean. He was only looking out for her and her initial reaction to Mac's identity proved he was right to say nothing. I liked Karen's chat with Mac and glad they came to a quick understanding. I like Roo but I'm disappointed that she is disrespecting Ryder's choice not to go to uni after the HSC by bringing it up again. You'd think Jasmine would be glad to get away from that excruciating storyline. Seriously, is there anybody out there who still cares?
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  9. It was nice to see Ben with some fire in his belly but then the writers spoilt it by having him go missing for the next episode. How long ago did the Robbo / Dylan Carter stuff happen? Wouldn't any CCTV footage from that time have long since been wiped? John was funny with Karen. He is much better suited to comedy. (What was the reference to the car about - please could someone fill me in?). I'm glad that Irene stood up to Teresa. I'm uneasy with the somewhat militant way things are going. I think the support group idea could have been handled so much better. We never actually saw Irene and Bella attend a meeting, only ever hearing about it.
  10. I quite enjoyed the Robbo hypnosis scenes, (even though it was a little far-fetched). I'm glad that Raffy made up with Ryder and that they are friends again. I'm liking the Willow, Mason & Alex scenes.
  11. Another really good, enjoyable episode (Mon). I haven't seen Karen before. She seems like fun.
  12. I don't recall there ever being the same buzz for H&A in the UK, despite the high viewing figures. Over the early years of both shows I flip-flopped as to which was my favourite. I used to get sent VHS tapes of both series when they were many months ahead, I couldn't wait to find out what happened and was often privy to new characters and opening titles well in advance of the UK viewers . I must admit that Neighbours has been my overall favourite and I didn't watch H&A for much longer stints BUT saying that, I stopped watching Neighbours nearly 18 months ago because of stupid storylines and I can't see me ever watching again, whereas I now watch H&A every day.
  13. As @Red Ranger 1 said, anything's possible but I can't see it myself, sadly. They didn't bring her back for the 30th anniversary, (which itself was barely acknowledged), so if not for a big milestone, then when?
  14. Rohan is doing a fantastic job with this storyline.
  15. Today (10th) is World Mental Health Day. I think Rohan is doing a fantastic job with this storyline.
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