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Neighbours confirms full list of 12 returning characters for Flashback Week

When Neighbours made its spectacular comeback on Amazon’s Freevee service back in September, it leapt forwards in time by a few years, and there are a lot of unanswered questions regarding what transpired during that period.

The details will hopefully be revealed during Flashback Week next week, and the complete cast of 12 returning characters has now been verified.

The following twelve players are making a comeback: Yashvi Rebecchi, Mal Kennedy, Phil Martin, Callum Rebecchi, Nicolette Stone, Aaron Brennan, Elly Conway, Bea Nilsson, Amy Greenwood, and Imogen Willis.

“Is everything as it seems, or did the new season start with some major shocks for the audience?” Jason Herbison, executive producer, hinted.

“We’ll go back in time and examine what actually transpired throughout the previous two years during Flashback Week. For the occupants, everything will have altered by the end, and the effects will be felt for months to come.

Aaron, David, and Nicolette were already confirmed to be making a comeback; Nicolette would now be played by Hannah Monson. At the conclusion of the 2022 season, the three made the decision to remain on Ramsay Street, but they—along with baby Isla—left during the time leap for reasons that haven’t been fully disclosed.

Charlotte Chimes used to portray Nicolette.

Callum’s comeback was also made public last week, and it was already known that Elly and Chloe, who reconciled in the 2022 finale, would eventually return for a flashback-based appearance in the present.

Jacinta Stapleton’s portrayal of Amy, who makes her comeback, is also her first appearance since the time leap.

The Ramsay Street exodus and the mystery donor may be discussed in the flashback sequences of the soap opera because Amy was a regular character in 2022 and had an unfinished narrative in the finale.

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