Channel Seven’s Home and Away is headed for a season cliff-hanger that could leave viewers heartbroken.
A new trailer reveals that fan favourite Felicity, played by Jacqui Purvis, gets a case of last minute jitters which could leave Tane (Ethan Browne) waiting at the alter.
Meanwhile, just as friends and family rally to try and save the day, Felicity may find herself a victim of sinister forces.
A new Home and Away trailer reveals that fan favourite Felicity, played by Jacqui Purvis, gets a case of last minute jitters which could leave Tane (Ethan Browne) waiting at the alter
The dramatic feature-length season finale will screen 7.00pm Monday, 28 November on Channel 7 and 7plus.
A scene in which a terrified Felicity shouts about “destroying” Tane’s heart while decked out in her wedding dress is one of the frightening scenes that have been teased.
One standout moment in the new peek is Eden, Felicity’s best friend and fellow bridesmaid (Stephanie Panozzo), providing some consolation to the anxious bride-to-be.
Later, while her dad’s Ute gets prepared for the wedding, Felicity is leaving in it.
A new trailer reveals that Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) gets a case of last minute jitters which could leave Tane waiting at the alter
Another scene, in which guests who have gathered for the wedding wait impatiently for Felicity to arrive, raises the possibility that the car may have been tampered with.
As storylines conclude in the customary cliffhanger fashion at the end of the season, an early teaser suggests the residents of Summer Bay will experience plenty of hardship.
Fans will discover out if Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) and Eden end up having a real relationship (Stephanie Panozzo).
Meanwhile, the romantic storyline between Bree (Juliet Godwin) and Remi appears to be headed for tragedy.
Bree looks like she may end a kidnap victim at the hands of her violent ex-husband, Jacob.
It follows as Home and Away was revealed to be a major money-spinner in Australian media exports earlier this year.
Meanwhile, just as friends and family rally to try and save the day, Felicity finds herself a victim of sinister forces
According to a recent assessment by the economics firm ACIL Allen, the long-running series has brought in a whopping $1 billion in export earnings to Australia since it first aired in 1988.
Between 1,500 and 2,000 people are employed by the popular programme each year, both in front of and behind the camera.
Additionally, 33% of viewers in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand stated the programme made them want to travel to Australia more.
An earlier preview teases a dramatic firey car accident and a kidnapping will be featured in the Home and Away finale
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