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Home and Away star Emily Davis didn’t cheer Neighbours’ demise ‘very sad for our friends’

Legendary HOME AND AWAY actress Emily Symons admitted she did not celebrate Neighbours’ exit from television when it happened.

Some soap operas, such EastEnders and Coronation Street, have long-running feuds. When award season rolls around, the performers’ competitive nature always comes out when they accept their prizes. But with the two soap operas, Down Under, that mindset is not present. The Home and Away cast expressed their sadness over Neighbours’ demise in an interview with Emily Symons.

In her reflections on Neighbours’ finale, Emily Symons acknowledged that she was saddened by the Ramsay Street program’s departure.

Despite having intermittently been in Home and Away since 1989, there was no celebration at the end of one of television’s most recognizable programs.

When the former Emmerdale star appeared on This Morning, the topic of the venerable Australian soap immediately came up.

Emily discussed her feelings following the soap opera finale with Craig Doyle and Rochelle Humes during an interview on This Morning.

Craig made a playful remark about how Emily and the other cast members could be feeling content now that they will be receiving all of the Australian soap opera airtime in the UK.

No, no, not at all, Emily kindly disagreed with the co-host, saying, “We’re all really sad for our colleagues and our friends in Melbourne.”

Wasn’t the end of Neighbours the most beautiful episode you’ve ever seen, the soap star continued as she pondered on the show’s final episode, she said.

“Seeing all the old characters return was so amazing and emotional; it was really special.”

The cancellation of Neighbours by Channel 5 after 37 years on UK television may have cemented the program’s demise. But Home and Away appears to have a brighter future than ever.

When they noticed that Neighbours, a fellow Australian soap opera, was no longer the flavor of the month, some viewers of those shows may have feared the worse.

According to the channel’s president, Ben Frow, “It’s a life-of-series deal, so it won’t go away unless the makers decide to discontinue it.”

He also previewed the network’s future ambitions, giving hopeful viewers optimism.

It will be interesting to see what we do with it as we develop, Ben said.

The program has been airing for 34 years, which is almost as long as Neighbours, and there are no signs that it will end any time soon.


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