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Home and Away returns

A fight to survive, a new beginning, a deadly secret

By SEVEN

Australia’s #1 drama returns 7.00pm Monday, 1 February


New beginnings, second chances, love, betrayal and revenge – get set for the premiere of the 2021 season of Australia’s #1 drama, Home and Away, Monday, 1 February at 7.00pm.

Much-loved Aussie actress Bridie Carter (McLeod’s Daughters) arrives in Summer Bay in the role of Susie McAllister, a real estate agent looking to make a fresh start. Susie quickly establishes herself as a charming, intelligent and attractive out-of-towner who catches the eye of newly single John Palmer (Shane Withington).

An infamous River Boy resurfaces, but what has prompted his return to the Bay?  

Ex-police officer Colby (Tim Franklin) is fighting for his life after his secret was exposed in prison. As an ex-cop behind bars, he must do whatever it takes to survive.

Doctors Tori (Penny McNamee) and Christian (Ditch Davey) embrace a new beginning, taking their relationship to the next level. Is this their happily ever after or did they dive in too deep too soon?

Nurse Lewis (Luke Arnold) reveals a deadly secret to new love Jasmine (Sam Frost).

Alf (Ray Meagher) and Roo’s (Georgie Parker) suspicions about Kieran (Rick Donald) jeopardise Alf’s marriage.

Escape to a bigger, better 2021 with Home and Away.

Home and Away 2021 season premiere 7.00pm Monday, 1 February on Channel 7, catch up on 7plus

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Home and Away 2021

Time to escape to Summer Bay

By SEVEN

Australia’s #1 drama returns in 2021


After the gripping season final earlier this week, Home and Away will explore new beginnings, second chances, love, betrayal and revenge in 2021.

Joining the established ensemble cast is Bridie Carter (McLeod’s Daughters) and Luke Arnold (INXS: Never Tear Us Apart), plus the return of a River Boy.

Bridie Carter stars as Susie McAllister, a real estate agent from Western Australia looking to make a fresh start. Susie quickly establishes herself as a charming, intelligent and attractive out-of-towner who catches the eye of newly single John Palmer (Shane Withington).

Luke Arnold joins as Lewis Hayes, a nurse who went to university with Jasmine (Sam Frost). In the new season, a shared connection between the pair will see sparks fly.

After revealing that he’d like to stay in the bay, Christian (Ditch Davey) asks Tori (Penny McNamee) a life-changing question that will see their relationship progress from a spark to a flame.     

Home and Away returns to Channel 7 and 7plus for its 34th season in early 2021. Catch up on 7plus

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Home and Away: Australia’s #1 drama

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Home and Away

With its incredible 33rd season wrapping up last night, Home and Away has once again proven it has the heart of the nation by outrating all other Australian dramas on commercial TV this year.

Across its 2020 season, Home and Away delivered an average total video audience of 1,119,000. Broadcast averaged 989,000 including 610,000 in the capital cities and BVOD audience of 130,000.

On 7plus (Australia’s #1 commercial free to air BVOD platform), Home and Away has consistently delivered significant audiences across 2020, with over 560 million minutes of the drama streamed on VOD across the year.

Seven’s Network Director of Programming, Angus Ross, said the success of the much-loved series this year was even more remarkable than normal, given the impact of COVID-19 on production.

Home and Away’s success this year is a fantastic result given the nine-week production shutdown in March, April and May and the ongoing production challenges since then. The show’s amazing team ensured it didn’t miss a beat on air.

To close out the year as the #1 Australian drama given the circumstances is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in its production. It’s easy to see why all of us at Seven love Home and Away, and it is great to once again see that love reflected in our audience numbers.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Director of Programming

The place of Home and Away at 7.00pm, four nights a week, demonstrates its key role in our content spine. It keeps viewers engaged with Seven, helping deliver great results for our partners out of 7NEWS and into our 7.30pm programming.

Home and Away’s success on 7plus further amplifies its importance to our schedule and gives partners another great way to reach the dedicated and passionate audience that the show has built over the past 33 seasons.

Natalie Harvey, Seven’s Network Sales Director

Home and Away will return to Channel 7 and 7plus for its 34th season in early 2021.

Home and Away in 2020:

• #1 Australian drama series on commercial free-to-air TV
• Total video audience over 1.1 million
• #1 streamed drama series on BVOD
• Reached over 1 million people on 7plus
• BVOD audience grew 13% on 2019 season
• 1.9 million total social followers
• 229 million social impressions
• 20 million total social engagements
• 47.8 million social video views

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