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The reason why Home and Away isn’t on today revealed – here’s when it will return to screens

Fans of the iconic Australian soap opera Home and Away will have to wait a little longer for their next fix of Summer Bay drama as the show has taken its yearly Christmas break.

After Leah Patterson (Ada Nicodemu) and Justin Morgan (James Stewart) were abandoned to perish in a warehouse, the afternoon serial has been delivering the drama lately and leaving viewers with quite the cliffhanger.

Much to their surprise, the well-known couple won a lavish vacation. In the moments that followed, they departed to spend some time away from the Bay and said farewell to their loved ones.

Sadly, things didn’t work out as planned; the pair was abducted not long after they left, taken to a distant warehouse, and left there by their kidnappers.

Desperate to secure his and Leah’s future, Justin attempted one more time to get away, scaling the rafters and reaching the top of a ladder before the scrap metal he was using collapsed on top of him!

The beloved duo was left in grave peril in Friday’s (November 17) episode of the Channel 5 drama. If you’re eager to see what happens next, we’re sorry to inform you that Home and Away won’t be returning for several weeks.

That’s all there is to it.


Channel 5 has started its yearly Christmas break by pulling the popular serial opera Home and Away off the schedule in favour of holiday-themed movies.

The famous soap opera’s UK finale was thus this Friday’s episode, so fans will have to wait more than a month to find out what happens next.

January will see the return of Home and Away to television.

In the meanwhile, fans of Summer Bay will be happy to hear that My5 is resurrecting the old Home and Away episodes, which can be seen every day starting at 12 p.m.

As a result, fans may relive memorable events, marriages, first appearances, Christmases, and celebrations from the Bay to Los Angeles.

Starting on Monday, November 20, the first classic offering will be streamed. Over the next six weeks, an episode will be available every weekday.

Throughout the first week, catch memorable performances by Danni Minogue, Michael Palin, Nick Grimshaw, Ed Sheeran, and Atomic Kitten.

If you still can’t get enough Australian soap operas, don’t forget that Neighbours is back and new episodes are available every day on Amazon Freevee.


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