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The annual ‘Upfronts’ event hosted by Seven has given us our first glimpses of what to expect from Home and Away in 2022. Continue reading for huge spoilers about what’s to come in Summer Bay.

The network’s annual Upfronts event, which is once again being hosted virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, is the network’s opportunity to show off its shows to advertisers and investors.

It uses the event to promote significant new shows and demonstrate what’s coming up on the network’s existing shows in order to get advertisers and sponsors to spend money with the network.

This year was no exception, and we received lots of glimpses into what’s coming up in the following year, as Seven brings back Australian Idol, My Kitchen Rules, and The Voice, its runaway success of 2020. However, there were some significant surprises in store, as it teased some key Home and Away stories.

The night is traditionally a star-studded event hosted at Seven’s offices in Media City, Eveleigh, but it was replaced for the second year in a row with a virtual event featuring presenters and cast from across the network’s programs, as well as speeches from the network’s management team.

In regards to Home and Away, the network issued the following statement in a press release:

“Fresh from recording its biggest audiences in more than two years – and being honored with its own coin, no less – Australia’s #1 drama will be back in 2022 for its remarkable 35th season.

And it will be bigger and brighter than ever before, with 45 weeks of all the drama, fun, romance, action, heartbreak, and twists viewers have come to expect from our most successful drama series.

Life is never dull in Summer Bay. Home and Away is a Seven Production.”

Sophie Dillman and Patrick O’Connor gave us a special sneak peek throughout the hour-long session.

The real-life couple, who play Ziggy Astoni and Dean Thompson on the show, discussed some of the show’s highlights from the previous year. They emphasized how it has grown in popularity across all demographics, averaging over 1 million daily viewers across Australia, and becoming the most-watched show on 7Plus on a regular basis.

Then it was time for a sneak preview, and this is where things get interesting.

There were plenty of clips of brand new material interspersed among the footage of some of the show’s biggest moments from the past 12 months – the car crash, the surf competition, Nikau’s disastrous modeling career, and the attack at Martha’s exhibition – and it’s fair to say we’ve got some dramatic months ahead.

Who has kidnapped Felicity?

Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) has only been at Summer Bay for five minutes, but we’re sure she’s already second-guessing her decision.

On a night out, she soon drew Tane’s (Ethan Browne) attention, and the two ended up back at her house, where they began a torrid fling that saw them rush into bed together at every chance.

That is, until Tane realized Felicity was forming feelings and decided to put an end to it. Soon after, he began receiving single red roses on his doorstep and then stuck to his car, and he immediately suspected Felicity. Things heated up, and he accused her of stalking him, prompting her to file an AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) against him.

Tane passed out after being poisoned in the gym by both a sedative and a hazardous gas in recent Australian episodes. While the majority of the town accused Felicity right away, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that she’s innocent of both the stalking and the terrible attack.

Now it appears that she is about to be the target of an attack of her own.

The Upfronts promo’s first fresh shots are massive! Felicity is shown bound to a chair by her wrists in the middle of a dark and dirty building with ripped window covers and what appears to be rope piling up in the corner.

She struggles in the chair, rocking back and forth, before sitting bolt upright as she appears to hear a sound from off-screen.

Felicity appears to have moved from her chair in the next image, but her attempt to flee appears to have failed horribly. She looks to be tied to one of the wooden support pillars again, this time around her stomach.

Is it possible that the person who targeted Tane is the same person? Maybe Felicity figured out who they were, prompting them to make her their next target?

Ryder and Theo’s rivalry continues

We see Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and Theo beneath the words ‘There’s a reason our audience is expanding’ (Matt Evans).

Ryder and Chloe are currently the furthest things from friends, with newbie Theo frequently enraging Ryder while simultaneously attempting to win Chloe’s attention (Sam Barrett).

Nonetheless, it appears that they’ll be collaborating at a Caravan Park event. Is this just another instance of their feud?

The photo appears to depict burning charcoal on the caravan park’s ground, with a crowd of teenagers and travelers gathered to watch.

Is it possible that the two are preparing to walk across the hot coals to display their manliness, possibly in another attempt to impress Chloe?

The kiss between Theo and Chloe

Theo has successfully driven a wedge between established pair Chloe and Ryder in recent Australian episodes.

Since he arrived, he’s made every effort to flirt with Chloe, and it’s driving Ryder insane. Then, when Chloe was planning a surprise 21st birthday celebration for Ryder, Summer Bay’s newest arrival kidnapped the birthday boy and packed him into the back of his car to drive him to the club’s celebrations.

Ryder didn’t seem to enjoy his journey in the boot, and the night turned out to be a fiasco. After taking offense to Ryder’s suggestion that something may have transpired between her and Theo, Chloe admitted to Ryder that things weren’t working out between them in the most recent episode.

The new trailer, however, makes it apparent that her feelings for Theo are about to shift. We see the duo lock lips in a split-second shot, implying that the trio’s relationship drama is just getting started.

Tane struggles post-recovery

Tane appears to be fighting to breathe as he pulls down his black sweatshirt to reveal a square area of bandage on his neck in another round of blink-and-you’ll-miss-it images.

After the latest gas assault at Salt, he had to undergo an emergency tracheotomy, and it appears that he will take some time to recover.

It’s unclear whether his problems are a result of the attack or if he’ll have to deal with additional turmoil in the future. As uncle and nephew embrace, it appears that he has Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) on his side.

Ryder is buried alive

In a shallow hole in the earth, a rectangular wooden box is set. I mean, that could be used in a variety of ways, right? It won’t necessarily be something nefarious…

But this is Summer Bay, and it appears that poor Ryder will soon be residing in the box.

As if he hasn’t been through enough the past year!

He was kidnapped by Paul and Leon earlier this year, along with Bella (Courtney Miller), Nikau, and Chloe, as the gang members sought vengeance on Ari and Tane. They wrapped the teenagers in blankets while they awaited a bus to Yabbie Creek, then drove them to an unknown location where they were forced to spend the night in a freezing shipping container.

Then, as previously said, he was kidnapped a second time when Theo seized him and shoved him into the boot of his car. Even though the trip was shorter this time – only to the local club for his 21st birthday celebrations – Ryder was still traumatized.

Now it appears like he’ll have to endure yet another frightening night. With a terrified expression on his face and the soil on his t-shirt, he reaches up and touches the top of the wooden box in the trailer. His captor has left him with a torch, which is unlikely to provide much comfort to the terrified boy.

Just who has it in for Ryder this time?

What has Chloe done?

We don’t know if the next scenario is related, but it appears to be as dramatic.

Chloe comes from the side of the Parata house, a giant rock clutched in her left hand. She drops the rock and collapses on the ground as she stumbles towards Mia (Anna Samson).

Could she have just returned from facing Ryder’s assailant(s)?

Could she have been Ryder’s assailant?

In the next months, we’ll find out!

Will Ari propose?

Ari and Mia have been working on the project for a while now.

It hasn’t been long since the lovers reunited after a decade apart, but they’ve already experienced tragedy when Mia miscarried as a result of the spectacular automobile accident in which she, Dean, and Nikau were all hospitalized.

After Mia realized she couldn’t handle having another kid, they began the adoption process. Because of Ari’s criminal record, Australian viewers have just had their first application rejected, leaving them fearful that they will never be able to raise a child together.

Ari and Mia have been through the works over the past few months.

Ari appears pensive in the trailer, staring down at a stunning diamond engagement ring.

Will we be able to attend another Summer Bay wedding in 2022?

Felicity and Tane reunite

The promo shows the couple looking loved up as they kiss on the beach, which is our biggest evidence yet that Flick isn’t Tane’s stalker.

Tane appears to be ready to move on from Ziggy, but we expect a groveling apology when he realizes it wasn’t Felicity who was leaving him red roses and pursuing him all over town.

The Mac and Logan adventure continues

A brief split-second clip shows lovebirds Mackenzie (Emily Weir) and Logan (Harley Bonner) passionately kissing, implying that their whirlwind relationship will continue into the new year.

A high-octane chase?

Finally, it appears that Summer Bay’s finest will be kept on their toes in the coming months as a black covert car and a white marked police car drive through the countryside.

A high speed chase?

That’s all there is to it. As the show nears its 2021 season finale and returns from its customary summer break in early 2022, it appears that we’ll have lots to look forward to.

The show’s final episode aired in Australia on Monday, November 30th of last year, and on Wednesday, November 27th of this year.

If the show continues on its current path, Australian viewers will have between six and seven weeks of episodes before saying goodbye to Summer Bay for another year.

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The annual ‘Upfronts’ event hosted by Seven has given us our first glimpses of what to expect from Home and Away in 2022. Continue reading for huge spoilers about what’s to come in Summer Bay.

The network’s annual Upfronts event, which is once again being hosted virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, is the network’s opportunity to show off its shows to advertisers and investors.

It uses the event to promote significant new shows and demonstrate what’s coming up on the network’s existing shows in order to get advertisers and sponsors to spend money with the network.

This year was no exception, and we received lots of glimpses into what’s coming up in the following year, as Seven brings back Australian Idol, My Kitchen Rules, and The Voice, its runaway success of 2020. However, there were some significant surprises in store, as it teased some key Home and Away stories.

The night is traditionally a star-studded event hosted at Seven’s offices in Media City, Eveleigh, but it was replaced for the second year in a row with a virtual event featuring presenters and cast from across the network’s programs, as well as speeches from the network’s management team.

In regards to Home and Away, the network issued the following statement in a press release:

“Fresh from recording its biggest audiences in more than two years – and being honored with its own coin, no less – Australia’s #1 drama will be back in 2022 for its remarkable 35th season.

And it will be bigger and brighter than ever before, with 45 weeks of all the drama, fun, romance, action, heartbreak, and twists viewers have come to expect from our most successful drama series.

Life is never dull in Summer Bay. Home and Away is a Seven Production.”

Sophie Dillman and Patrick O’Connor gave us a special sneak peek throughout the hour-long session.

The real-life couple, who play Ziggy Astoni and Dean Thompson on the show, discussed some of the show’s highlights from the previous year. They emphasized how it has grown in popularity across all demographics, averaging over 1 million daily viewers across Australia, and becoming the most-watched show on 7Plus on a regular basis.

Then it was time for a sneak preview, and this is where things get interesting.

There were plenty of clips of brand new material interspersed among the footage of some of the show’s biggest moments from the past 12 months – the car crash, the surf competition, Nikau’s disastrous modeling career, and the attack at Martha’s exhibition – and it’s fair to say we’ve got some dramatic months ahead.

Who has kidnapped Felicity?

Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) has only been at Summer Bay for five minutes, but we’re sure she’s already second-guessing her decision.

On a night out, she soon drew Tane’s (Ethan Browne) attention, and the two ended up back at her house, where they began a torrid fling that saw them rush into bed together at every chance.

That is, until Tane realized Felicity was forming feelings and decided to put an end to it. Soon after, he began receiving single red roses on his doorstep and then stuck to his car, and he immediately suspected Felicity. Things heated up, and he accused her of stalking him, prompting her to file an AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) against him.

Tane passed out after being poisoned in the gym by both a sedative and a hazardous gas in recent Australian episodes. While the majority of the town accused Felicity right away, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that she’s innocent of both the stalking and the terrible attack.

Now it appears that she is about to be the target of an attack of her own.

The Upfronts promo’s first fresh shots are massive! Felicity is shown bound to a chair by her wrists in the middle of a dark and dirty building with ripped window covers and what appears to be rope piling up in the corner.

She struggles in the chair, rocking back and forth, before sitting bolt upright as she appears to hear a sound from off-screen.

Felicity appears to have moved from her chair in the next image, but her attempt to flee appears to have failed horribly. She looks to be tied to one of the wooden support pillars again, this time around her stomach.

Is it possible that the person who targeted Tane is the same person? Maybe Felicity figured out who they were, prompting them to make her their next target?

Ryder and Theo’s rivalry continues

We see Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and Theo beneath the words ‘There’s a reason our audience is expanding’ (Matt Evans).

Ryder and Chloe are currently the furthest things from friends, with newbie Theo frequently enraging Ryder while simultaneously attempting to win Chloe’s attention (Sam Barrett).

Nonetheless, it appears that they’ll be collaborating at a Caravan Park event. Is this just another instance of their feud?

The photo appears to depict burning charcoal on the caravan park’s ground, with a crowd of teenagers and travelers gathered to watch.

Is it possible that the two are preparing to walk across the hot coals to display their manliness, possibly in another attempt to impress Chloe?

The kiss between Theo and Chloe

Theo has successfully driven a wedge between established pair Chloe and Ryder in recent Australian episodes.

Since he arrived, he’s made every effort to flirt with Chloe, and it’s driving Ryder insane. Then, when Chloe was planning a surprise 21st birthday celebration for Ryder, Summer Bay’s newest arrival kidnapped the birthday boy and packed him into the back of his car to drive him to the club’s celebrations.

Ryder didn’t seem to enjoy his journey in the boot, and the night turned out to be a fiasco. After taking offense to Ryder’s suggestion that something may have transpired between her and Theo, Chloe admitted to Ryder that things weren’t working out between them in the most recent episode.

The new trailer, however, makes it apparent that her feelings for Theo are about to shift. We see the duo lock lips in a split-second shot, implying that the trio’s relationship drama is just getting started.

Tane struggles post-recovery

Tane appears to be fighting to breathe as he pulls down his black sweatshirt to reveal a square area of bandage on his neck in another round of blink-and-you’ll-miss-it images.

After the latest gas assault at Salt, he had to undergo an emergency tracheotomy, and it appears that he will take some time to recover.

It’s unclear whether his problems are a result of the attack or if he’ll have to deal with additional turmoil in the future. As uncle and nephew embrace, it appears that he has Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) on his side.

Ryder is buried alive

In a shallow hole in the earth, a rectangular wooden box is set. I mean, that could be used in a variety of ways, right? It won’t necessarily be something nefarious…

But this is Summer Bay, and it appears that poor Ryder will soon be residing in the box.

As if he hasn’t been through enough the past year!

He was kidnapped by Paul and Leon earlier this year, along with Bella (Courtney Miller), Nikau, and Chloe, as the gang members sought vengeance on Ari and Tane. They wrapped the teenagers in blankets while they awaited a bus to Yabbie Creek, then drove them to an unknown location where they were forced to spend the night in a freezing shipping container.

Then, as previously said, he was kidnapped a second time when Theo seized him and shoved him into the boot of his car. Even though the trip was shorter this time – only to the local club for his 21st birthday celebrations – Ryder was still traumatized.

Now it appears like he’ll have to endure yet another frightening night. With a terrified expression on his face and the soil on his t-shirt, he reaches up and touches the top of the wooden box in the trailer. His captor has left him with a torch, which is unlikely to provide much comfort to the terrified boy.

Just who has it in for Ryder this time?

What has Chloe done?

We don’t know if the next scenario is related, but it appears to be as dramatic.

Chloe comes from the side of the Parata house, a giant rock clutched in her left hand. She drops the rock and collapses on the ground as she stumbles towards Mia (Anna Samson).

Could she have just returned from facing Ryder’s assailant(s)?

Could she have been Ryder’s assailant?

In the next months, we’ll find out!

Will Ari propose?

Ari and Mia have been working on the project for a while now.

It hasn’t been long since the lovers reunited after a decade apart, but they’ve already experienced tragedy when Mia miscarried as a result of the spectacular automobile accident in which she, Dean, and Nikau were all hospitalized.

After Mia realized she couldn’t handle having another kid, they began the adoption process. Because of Ari’s criminal record, Australian viewers have just had their first application rejected, leaving them fearful that they will never be able to raise a child together.

Ari and Mia have been through the works over the past few months.

Ari appears pensive in the trailer, staring down at a stunning diamond engagement ring.

Will we be able to attend another Summer Bay wedding in 2022?

Felicity and Tane reunite

The promo shows the couple looking loved up as they kiss on the beach, which is our biggest evidence yet that Flick isn’t Tane’s stalker.

Tane appears to be ready to move on from Ziggy, but we expect a groveling apology when he realizes it wasn’t Felicity who was leaving him red roses and pursuing him all over town.

The Mac and Logan adventure continues

A brief split-second clip shows lovebirds Mackenzie (Emily Weir) and Logan (Harley Bonner) passionately kissing, implying that their whirlwind relationship will continue into the new year.

A high-octane chase?

Finally, it appears that Summer Bay’s finest will be kept on their toes in the coming months as a black covert car and a white marked police car drive through the countryside.

A high speed chase?

That’s all there is to it. As the show nears its 2021 season finale and returns from its customary summer break in early 2022, it appears that we’ll have lots to look forward to.

The show’s final episode aired in Australia on Monday, November 30th of last year, and on Wednesday, November 27th of this year.

If the show continues on its current path, Australian viewers will have between six and seven weeks of episodes before saying goodbye to Summer Bay for another year.

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The annual ‘Upfronts’ event hosted by Seven has given us our first glimpses of what to expect from Home and Away in 2022. Continue reading for huge spoilers about what’s to come in Summer Bay.

The network’s annual Upfronts event, which is once again being hosted virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, is the network’s opportunity to show off its shows to advertisers and investors.

It uses the event to promote significant new shows and demonstrate what’s coming up on the network’s existing shows in order to get advertisers and sponsors to spend money with the network.

This year was no exception, and we received lots of glimpses into what’s coming up in the following year, as Seven brings back Australian Idol, My Kitchen Rules, and The Voice, its runaway success of 2020. However, there were some significant surprises in store, as it teased some key Home and Away stories.

The night is traditionally a star-studded event hosted at Seven’s offices in Media City, Eveleigh, but it was replaced for the second year in a row with a virtual event featuring presenters and cast from across the network’s programs, as well as speeches from the network’s management team.

In regards to Home and Away, the network issued the following statement in a press release:

“Fresh from recording its biggest audiences in more than two years – and being honored with its own coin, no less – Australia’s #1 drama will be back in 2022 for its remarkable 35th season.

And it will be bigger and brighter than ever before, with 45 weeks of all the drama, fun, romance, action, heartbreak, and twists viewers have come to expect from our most successful drama series.

Life is never dull in Summer Bay. Home and Away is a Seven Production.”

Sophie Dillman and Patrick O’Connor gave us a special sneak peek throughout the hour-long session.

The real-life couple, who play Ziggy Astoni and Dean Thompson on the show, discussed some of the show’s highlights from the previous year. They emphasized how it has grown in popularity across all demographics, averaging over 1 million daily viewers across Australia, and becoming the most-watched show on 7Plus on a regular basis.

Then it was time for a sneak preview, and this is where things get interesting.

There were plenty of clips of brand new material interspersed among the footage of some of the show’s biggest moments from the past 12 months – the car crash, the surf competition, Nikau’s disastrous modeling career, and the attack at Martha’s exhibition – and it’s fair to say we’ve got some dramatic months ahead.

Who has kidnapped Felicity?

Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) has only been at Summer Bay for five minutes, but we’re sure she’s already second-guessing her decision.

On a night out, she soon drew Tane’s (Ethan Browne) attention, and the two ended up back at her house, where they began a torrid fling that saw them rush into bed together at every chance.

That is, until Tane realized Felicity was forming feelings and decided to put an end to it. Soon after, he began receiving single red roses on his doorstep and then stuck to his car, and he immediately suspected Felicity. Things heated up, and he accused her of stalking him, prompting her to file an AVO (Apprehended Violence Order) against him.

Tane passed out after being poisoned in the gym by both a sedative and a hazardous gas in recent Australian episodes. While the majority of the town accused Felicity right away, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that she’s innocent of both the stalking and the terrible attack.

Now it appears that she is about to be the target of an attack of her own.

The Upfronts promo’s first fresh shots are massive! Felicity is shown bound to a chair by her wrists in the middle of a dark and dirty building with ripped window covers and what appears to be rope piling up in the corner.

She struggles in the chair, rocking back and forth, before sitting bolt upright as she appears to hear a sound from off-screen.

Felicity appears to have moved from her chair in the next image, but her attempt to flee appears to have failed horribly. She looks to be tied to one of the wooden support pillars again, this time around her stomach.

Is it possible that the person who targeted Tane is the same person? Maybe Felicity figured out who they were, prompting them to make her their next target?

Ryder and Theo’s rivalry continues

We see Ryder (Lukas Radovich) and Theo beneath the words ‘There’s a reason our audience is expanding’ (Matt Evans).

Ryder and Chloe are currently the furthest things from friends, with newbie Theo frequently enraging Ryder while simultaneously attempting to win Chloe’s attention (Sam Barrett).

Nonetheless, it appears that they’ll be collaborating at a Caravan Park event. Is this just another instance of their feud?

The photo appears to depict burning charcoal on the caravan park’s ground, with a crowd of teenagers and travelers gathered to watch.

Is it possible that the two are preparing to walk across the hot coals to display their manliness, possibly in another attempt to impress Chloe?

The kiss between Theo and Chloe

Theo has successfully driven a wedge between established pair Chloe and Ryder in recent Australian episodes.

Since he arrived, he’s made every effort to flirt with Chloe, and it’s driving Ryder insane. Then, when Chloe was planning a surprise 21st birthday celebration for Ryder, Summer Bay’s newest arrival kidnapped the birthday boy and packed him into the back of his car to drive him to the club’s celebrations.

Ryder didn’t seem to enjoy his journey in the boot, and the night turned out to be a fiasco. After taking offense to Ryder’s suggestion that something may have transpired between her and Theo, Chloe admitted to Ryder that things weren’t working out between them in the most recent episode.

The new trailer, however, makes it apparent that her feelings for Theo are about to shift. We see the duo lock lips in a split-second shot, implying that the trio’s relationship drama is just getting started.

Tane struggles post-recovery

Tane appears to be fighting to breathe as he pulls down his black sweatshirt to reveal a square area of bandage on his neck in another round of blink-and-you’ll-miss-it images.

After the latest gas assault at Salt, he had to undergo an emergency tracheotomy, and it appears that he will take some time to recover.

It’s unclear whether his problems are a result of the attack or if he’ll have to deal with additional turmoil in the future. As uncle and nephew embrace, it appears that he has Nikau (Kawakawa Fox-Reo) on his side.

Ryder is buried alive

In a shallow hole in the earth, a rectangular wooden box is set. I mean, that could be used in a variety of ways, right? It won’t necessarily be something nefarious…

But this is Summer Bay, and it appears that poor Ryder will soon be residing in the box.

As if he hasn’t been through enough the past year!

He was kidnapped by Paul and Leon earlier this year, along with Bella (Courtney Miller), Nikau, and Chloe, as the gang members sought vengeance on Ari and Tane. They wrapped the teenagers in blankets while they awaited a bus to Yabbie Creek, then drove them to an unknown location where they were forced to spend the night in a freezing shipping container.

Then, as previously said, he was kidnapped a second time when Theo seized him and shoved him into the boot of his car. Even though the trip was shorter this time – only to the local club for his 21st birthday celebrations – Ryder was still traumatized.

Now it appears like he’ll have to endure yet another frightening night. With a terrified expression on his face and the soil on his t-shirt, he reaches up and touches the top of the wooden box in the trailer. His captor has left him with a torch, which is unlikely to provide much comfort to the terrified boy.

Just who has it in for Ryder this time?

What has Chloe done?

We don’t know if the next scenario is related, but it appears to be as dramatic.

Chloe comes from the side of the Parata house, a giant rock clutched in her left hand. She drops the rock and collapses on the ground as she stumbles towards Mia (Anna Samson).

Could she have just returned from facing Ryder’s assailant(s)?

Could she have been Ryder’s assailant?

In the next months, we’ll find out!

Will Ari propose?

Ari and Mia have been working on the project for a while now.

It hasn’t been long since the lovers reunited after a decade apart, but they’ve already experienced tragedy when Mia miscarried as a result of the spectacular automobile accident in which she, Dean, and Nikau were all hospitalized.

After Mia realized she couldn’t handle having another kid, they began the adoption process. Because of Ari’s criminal record, Australian viewers have just had their first application rejected, leaving them fearful that they will never be able to raise a child together.

Ari and Mia have been through the works over the past few months.

Ari appears pensive in the trailer, staring down at a stunning diamond engagement ring.

Will we be able to attend another Summer Bay wedding in 2022?

Felicity and Tane reunite

The promo shows the couple looking loved up as they kiss on the beach, which is our biggest evidence yet that Flick isn’t Tane’s stalker.

Tane appears to be ready to move on from Ziggy, but we expect a groveling apology when he realizes it wasn’t Felicity who was leaving him red roses and pursuing him all over town.

The Mac and Logan adventure continues

A brief split-second clip shows lovebirds Mackenzie (Emily Weir) and Logan (Harley Bonner) passionately kissing, implying that their whirlwind relationship will continue into the new year.

A high-octane chase?

Finally, it appears that Summer Bay’s finest will be kept on their toes in the coming months as a black covert car and a white marked police car drive through the countryside.

A high speed chase?

That’s all there is to it. As the show nears its 2021 season finale and returns from its customary summer break in early 2022, it appears that we’ll have lots to look forward to.

The show’s final episode aired in Australia on Monday, November 30th of last year, and on Wednesday, November 27th of this year.

If the show continues on its current path, Australian viewers will have between six and seven weeks of episodes before saying goodbye to Summer Bay for another year.

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