After the failure of Ultimate Tag and recent documentary specials, Seven is now looking to fill its Monday programming void with a triple episode special of Home and Away.
The two-week Easter non-ratings period gets off to a blistering start.
Worlds collide in a life-changing day for Summer Bay as attempted murder, everlasting love and past trauma come crashing together in a 90-minute blockbuster event.
A shocking discovery about Lewis (Luke Arnold) will ricochet through the Bay as he executes a calculated plan driven by his tortured past. His actions will plough through the community, endangering lives, fracturing families and devastating Jasmine (Sam Frost).
Lewis isn’t the only source of trouble, as Irene (Lynne McGranger) uncovers Susie’s (Bridie Carter) web of deceit – but will this discovery cost Irene her life?
Within the chaos, Ari (Rob Kipa-Williams) remains in a coma, unaware his ex-girlfriend Mackenzie (Emily Weir) is struggling with the weight of her life-altering decision to keep his baby.
But not all the residents of Summer Bay are caught in the crossfire. Dean (Patrick O’Connor) is loving life, he’s got a great relationship with Amber (Maddy Jevic), an awesome son, and even Bella (Courtney Miller) and Willow (Sarah Roberts) are getting along. After all this time, has Dean finally found what he’s been missing?
Don’t miss a second of Home and Away’s blockbuster Monday. Summer Bay will never be the same.