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Neighbours executive producer reveals whether the new series will return to iconic Ramsay Street

The executive producer of Neighbours discusses if Ramsay Street will be included in the upcoming season.

If Neighbours’ chief producer had his way, the show might make a comeback to its famous Ramsay Street location.

According to Jason Herbison of TV Tonight, the serial opera plans to keep shooting in Vermont South, Melbourne’s Oak Court and Weeden Drive.

“Nunawading studios are still available to us.” The sets are in storage, but the backlot is still standing, the producer told the website.

If Neighbours’ chief producer had his way, the show might make a comeback to its famous Ramsay Street location. The actors from the soap opera are shown.

There are a few weeds at Lassetters, but if we start the lawnmower, the four-star rating will be reinstated! Pin Oak Court is where we intend to go back, but we’re ready for anything.

If changes are necessary, I view it as an exciting opportunity because this is a fantastic new period.

As Neighbours faced the axe after 37 years, Whitehorse City Council tried to save “iconic” Ramsay Street with heritage protection earlier this year.

According to Jason Herbison of TV Tonight, the soap would like to keep shooting in Vermont South, Melbourne’s Oak Court and Weeden Drive.

“Nunawading studios are still available to us.” The sets are stored, and the backlot is still standing, the producer told the outlet.

According to the Herald Sun, council members “approved a motion” to protect the homes that make up Pin Oak Court and Weeden Drive, where the Australian soap opera is primarily filmed, with “eight votes to three.”

According to the magazine, Councillor Andrew Davenport called the actual Ramsay Street a “iconic street and precinct within the City of Whitehorse.”

Last week, when it was revealed that Neighbours would be returning to television, fans flew into a frenzy.

There are a few weeds at Lassetters, but if we start the lawnmower, the four-star rating will be reinstated! We hope to go back to Pin Oak Court, but we’re ready in case we don’t,” he continued.

Next year, a new season of Neighbours will start production in Australia, with actors including Jackie Woodburne (Susan Kennedy), Alan Fletcher (Dr. Karl Kennedy), Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson), Ryan Moloney (Toadfish), and Toadfish reprising their main roles.

Only those four actors knew the show was receiving a lifeline from Amazon, according to Takaya Honda, who played David Tanaka on the show, who made this admission on Friday.

With the exception of these three and Stefan, the rest of the cast is learning alongside you. Give us some time to process, please. He said, “We don’t know any more,” next to a picture of Moloney, Woodburne, and Fletcher.

If any more cast members will appear in the impending Neighbours reboot is unknown.

The producer declared, “This is a fantastic new period, and if we have to make adjustments, I see it as an amazing chance.” Pictured are the cast members.

Four months after its final episode aired in July, Neighbours was declared to have been salvaged on Thursday.

Production might start as soon as the beginning of next year, according to Moloney, who played Toadie on the enduring sitcom.

Ryan said to hosts Kyle Sandilands and Brittany Hockley, “We start shooting again next year, early in the year.”

And at the end of the year, it will air on [Channel] 10 in Australia first. Then it will be available globally on Amazon Freevee.

When UK’s Channel 5 withdrew as an international broadcast partner, the soap opera was cancelled in March after 37 years on the air.

Four months after its final episode aired in July, Neighbours was declared to have been salvaged on Thursday. Pictured is the cast of the grand finale.

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