Channel Seven’s Home and Away is headed for a season of suspense that could leave viewers heartbroken.
A new trailer reveals that fan favorite Felicity, played by Jacqui Purvis, has a case of last-minute jitters that could leave Tane (Ethan Browne) waiting at the altar.
Meanwhile, just as friends and family band together to try to save the day, Felicity may fall victim to sinister forces.
A new Home and Away trailer reveals that fan-favorite Felicity, played by Jacqui Purvis, has a case of last-minute jitters that could leave Tane (Ethan Browne) waiting at the altar.
The feature film’s dramatic season finale will be shown on Monday 28 November at 7:00pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.
Among the shocking moments anticipated is a scene in which a startled Felicity, already outfitted in her wedding dress, screams about “breaking” Tane’s heart.
A highlight that appears in the new preview shows Felicity’s best friend and bridesmaid Eden (Stephanie Panozzo) offering the nervous bride-to-be a few words of comfort.
Later, Felicity drives off in her father’s Ute, which is decorated for the wedding.
A new trailer reveals that Felicity (Jacqui Purvis) has a case of last-minute jitters that could leave Tane waiting at the altar.
Another scene hints that the car may have been tampered with, as friends and family, gathered for the nuptials, anxiously await Felicity’s arrival.
An earlier trailer hints that there is a lot of trauma in store for the people of Summer Bay as the stories end in traditional season finale cliffhanger style.
Fans will find out if a true romance will finally emerge for Cash (Nicholas Cartwright) with Eden (Stephanie Panozzo).
Guests may be in for a long wait
Meanwhile, the romantic history between Bree (Juliet Godwin) and Remi seems to be heading towards tragedy.
Bree looks like she can take down a kidnapping victim at the hands of her violent ex-husband, Jacob.
Home and Away was then revealed to be a major earner in Australian media exports earlier this year.
Meanwhile, as friends and family band together to try to save the day, Felicity falls victim to sinister forces.
The long-running series has generated a staggering $1 billion worth of export revenue to Australia since it began in 1988, according to a new report from economics firm ACIL Allen.
The much-loved show has consistently employed between 1,500 and 2,000 people a year, in front of and behind the camera.
And 33 per cent of viewers in the UK, Ireland and New Zealand said the show increased their desire to visit Australia.
The Home and Away finale airs on November 28 at 7pm on Channel Seven.
An earlier preview shows a dramatic car accident and kidnapping will be featured in the Home and Away finale.