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Watch 'Neighbours vs Zombies' Part 1: Zombies Invade Ramsay Street


Australian soap opera Neighbours has released the first episode of the soap's Halloween-inspired web series Neighbours vs. Zombies.

Ramsay Street joker Stingray Timmins (Ben Nicholas), Harold Bishop's son David (Kevin Harrington) and bad boy Robbo Slade (Aaron Jakubenko) are all seen back from the dead in the first installment of the mini-series.

The story begins when Mason Turner (Taylor Glockner) returns home to Erinsborough for a visit and is shocked to come face-to-face with Robbo.

Although Mason struggles to make his sister Amber (Jenna Rosenow) believe what he saw, he later meets Hope Gottlieb (Louna Maroun) and is surprised to hear that Robbo isn't the only face from the past who has made a shocking return from the dead.

Toadie and Sonya Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney and Eve Morey) also feature in the first episode and receive a spooky surprise of their own while at home.

Watch Neighbours vs. Zombis Part 1 below:



New episodes of Neighbours vs. Zombies will be released online all week.

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* 'Neighbours vs Zombies' Trailer Released: Ramsay Street Under Attack Starting October 27

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