A star of Home and Away suggests a potential death in the season finale.

Spoilers for the Australian-paced episodes of Home and Away are below.

Actor Adam Rowland of Home and Away has hinted that a shocking death could occur at the end of the soap opera this year.

TV Week magazine has revealed some spoilers ahead of this week’s Australian airing of the 2023 season finale.

The main plot revolves around Eden Fowler and Cash Newman’s decision to go on a romantic vacation in order to escape their recent dramas. When Eden learns that they’re going camping, she can hardly contain her disappointment, while Cash is ecstatic.

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In the meantime, Remi Carter is informed by Bree Cameron that she wants to join Doctors Without Borders and that she wants him to come as well, but he isn’t sure what to do because he is focused on his music and believes that she needs to take care of herself first.

Eden calls him to let him know that she wants to leave the campsite because she feels like they should talk about the situation. Unbeknownst to them both, Cash has listened in on their conversation.

Remi boards his motorcycle to go get Eden, but en route he is struck by a car in which two men are fighting violently behind the wheel.

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Adam, who plays Remi, hinted that there would likely be no survivors after such a collision, so there will definitely be a big crash.

Will Remi make it through? And what is the dispute between the two men, and who are they?

In Australia, these scenes represent the end of the year, but in the UK, new episodes are no longer aired; instead, themed classic episodes are available for streaming. The plot will conclude early in 2019 for viewers in the UK.

Weekdays at 1pm on Channel 5 and 6pm on 5STAR, Home and Away airs. First-look broadcasts begin at 6:30 p.m. on 5STAR, and the program is also available on My5.

The program streams on 7plus and airs on Channel 7 from Monday to Thursday at 7 p.m. in Australia.

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