Neighbours' Jackie Woodburne and Alan Fletcher on Karl and Susan's future
Everyone's favourite soap couple are back.
There's not long before Neighbours returns to screens after being saved by Amazon Freevee.
One thing we can't wait to see is what's going to happen to our favourite couple Karl and Susan (Alan Fletcher and Jackie Woodburne).
Will it be smooth sailing for the pair? Or will they be in for more drama? It is Neighbours after all!
When asked what the future holds for Karl and Susan, Fletcher told RadioTimes.com: "We've got a few separate storylines coming up..."
Woodburne added: "There's an interesting storyline coming up later in the year, which we can't talk about, which will give us a big burst of comedy."
We do know that Izzy Hoyland's (Natalie Bassingthwaighte) daughter is back - and that can only mean trouble.
Speaking about Holly's (Lucinda Armstrong-Hall) return, Fletcher teased: "She's always been present in the show in some way, and she's very much Izzy's daughter, so there's going to be great stories out of that..."
Furthermore, Fletcher and Woodburne are pleased to welcome Ian Smith (who plays Harold) back into the fold.
Woodburne praised Smith, saying: "Any time Harold turns up in Ramsay Street it's a good day. He's such a touch stone for viewers. It's Harold, everything's right with the world!"
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