The upcoming months on Home and Away will be filled with action thanks to a wedding, a medical emergency, and the return of a beloved character.
We examine everything we know is coming up between now and the 2022 season finale, as well as a few things from early next year, as we approach the final few months of the year.
Tane and Felicity’s wedding
When Flick admitted that she wasn’t sure if marriage or having children would ever be for her, Tane (Ethan Browne) and Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) experienced turmoil.
But over the coming weeks, Tane should pop the question to Felicity. A fan’s video of filming at Sydney’s Palm Beach in May shows Tane getting down on one knee as other characters, who are now thought to be the Lyrik band members, look on.
The video appeared to show Felicity walking away in disbelief, indicating Tane might not get an immediate yes, but it appears that she accepts his proposal in the end.
Nicholas Cartwright, who plays Cash, almost formally confirmed the information. Didn’t Tane and Flick just get engaged, a viewer inquired during a fan Q&A session with CelebTime. Nicholas laughed and questioned how the fans already knew this information.
How do you know that, because that’s supposed to be a secret, is a genuine question.
The proposal ought to be imminent given that this week’s events have made Tane rethink his life. He is among the first to find out Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) is expecting when he enters the garage and finds her lying on the ground.
Thinking about the future of his own relationship prompts him to consider the impending birth of his ex-child. girlfriend’s
It appears that the wedding will take place a few months after the proposal, which will happen soon.
A number of the Home and Away cast members traveled to Blayney, a town in Central West NSW, about 240 kilometers west of Sydney, in August to shoot some significant new scenes that will probably air during or close to the 2022 season finale.
Ethan Browne and Jacqui Purvis were spotted by onlookers wearing suits and white dresses, indicating that their wedding will end the year in style.
But it looks like things won’t go as planned, and a major catastrophe is about to happen.
Dramatic car crash
A local person posted a picture from the Blayney shoot on social media showing a wrecked car resting beneath a tree surrounded by crew members.
Despite the absence of any cast members from the photo, we can affirm that Leah Patterson’s car is in it (Ada Nicodemou).
Leah was seen in another photo from the shoot with blood on her face and abdomen, which suggests that she was in the car at the time, either as the driver or a passenger. This photo was also taken by a fan.
There is currently no information regarding whether Justin (James Stewart), who was present during the filming, was in the car with Leah or if there were any other passengers.
However, it appears that Theo’s nephew is safe because Matt Evans was seen filming scenes at Palm Beach that same week while the other filming crew was in Blayney.
In response to a request for comment from The Blayney Chronicle during the filming, Seven provided the following response:
The lovely Blayney area is currently the site of some location shooting for the TV show Home and Away.
These scenes will appear in episodes that will air on Channel 7 and 7Plus at a later time.
Using “special effects of fire and smoke, and prop emergency vehicles,” local residents were forewarned in a letter dropped at their homes.
The likelihood that the collision wasn’t an accident is very high. Recently aired scenes in Australia revealed that the bikie gang Death Adders, seeking retribution against the Parata family, had ordered a hit on Cash Newman (Nicholas Cartwright).
Cash and the gang’s leader Marty (Ben Wood) got into a deadly shootout, which resulted in Marty’s death. The remaining gang members are now seeking revenge, and Cash is their intended victim.
Tane also contributed significantly to the gang’s downfall by wearing a wire to record their confession, which provided the police with enough proof to apprehend them.
Our suspicion is that Cash, Tane, and Nikau’s lives will return to some semblance of normalcy before the gang returns during Tane and Felicity’s wedding, with Leah probably suffering collateral damage. The season finale is still a little under three months away.
Peter Phelps is scheduled to appear
Peter Phelps, an Australian actor best known for his roles in Sons and Daughters, Stingers, and Baywatch, appears set to appear later this year, most likely in connection with the scenes shot in Blayney.
Fans spotted him during the on-location filming last month, and in late July, he attended dinner with the cast and crew at the Royal Hotel Wyong.
He has previously appeared on the show as Alan, Stu Henderson’s father, in 2012. He has also directed a number of episodes.
The fan photo taken in Blayney saw the actor in a blue suit, hinting that he was likely there to film scenes for Tane and Felicity’s wedding, rather than as a director.
A celebratory event
Back in May, a number of the Home and Away cast headed to Iandra Castle, a large homestead in the Central West region of New South Wales, to film scenes for the show.
The complex consists of the homestead itself, stables, surrounding gardens and parkland, and a chapel and cemetery.
On the set, wearing bright clothing, were the actors who played Alf (Ray Meagher), Leah (Ada Nicodemou), Roo (Georgie Parker), Marilyn (Emily Symons), and Irene (Lynne McGranger).
Constable Rose Delaney (Kirsty Marillier), Senior Constable Cash Newman (Nicholas Cartwright), and paramedic Xander Delaney (Luke Van Os) are the three emergency service members of Summer Bay. They were also filming; images of Rose and Xander in their respective uniforms can be found on Kirsty and Ada’s Instagram accounts.
What brings the four Summer Bay veterans, along with the town’s newest police officers and paramedics, out to the rural area is still a mystery.
One hypothesis is that Rose’s award ceremony is taking place.
After leading the operation that dismantled the bikie gang, Rose was recently shocked to learn that she had been recommended for a commendation for “showing initiative in taking down organized crime.”
She didn’t think she deserved praise after the operation resulted in Cash being shot, but Cash and Xander have made an effort to persuade her otherwise.
In just a few weeks, we should learn whether this theory is true or whether a different occasion is in store.
Karen returns as Ziggy gives birth?
Fans recently spotted Dean’s (Patrick O’Connor) mother Karen (Georgia Adamson) while filming at Sydney’s Palm Beach.
The last time Dean allowed Karen to see his son Jai was in March (River Jarvis). Is she returning to meet her newest grandchild this time?
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