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Portrayed by Orpheus Pledger
Introduced by Susan Bower
First appearance 28 July 2011
Classification Future, recurring
Noah Parkin, played by Orpheus Pledger, will make his first on-screen appearance on 28 July 2011. On 25 May 2011, it was announced that eighteen year old Pledger had joined the cast as Noah Parkin, a guitar playing senior student at Erinsborough High. Pledger began filming his first scenes the week before opposite Kaiya Jones (Sophie Ramsay). Of Noah, executive producer, Susan Bower said "We are very excited about Noah, he is certainly different from our regular characters and Orpheus fits the role perfectly." Bower promised that viewers will "love" Noah's storyline.
Noah is described as being a "free-spirited teen who will set some hearts on fire". He is the son of a minister and has good intentions. Pledger explained that he is a nice person with a good heart. He added "He sort of stays in his own bubble and doesn't try hard to interact with anyone. He can manage on his own." The official UK Neighbours website reported that Noah is expected to get close to one particular Erinsborough local and that they should "start preparing themselves for heartbreak and havoc." It was later revealed that Noah falls for Kate Ramsay (Ashleigh Brewer), while her younger sister, Sophie, develops a crush on him. Pledger told TV Week that Noah does not notice that Sophie likes him. He thinks Kate is beautiful and tries to be around her because she is nice to him. However, Noah takes her her friendly gestures the wrong way.
Portrayed by John Wood
Introduced by Susan Bower
First appearance September 2011
Classification Future, recurring
Martin Chambers, played by John Wood, will make his first on-screen appearance in September 2011. The character and casting was announced on 3 June 2011 and Wood began filming his first scenes later that month. When asked how he felt about joining Neighbours, Wood revealed that he had not been expecting it and that it had been a pleasant surprise. He told the Herald Sun that when he was offered the small continuing role of Martin in Neighbours, he accepted as it sounded good and he had not been on commercial television for a long time or on the show before. He explained, "A day a week, that is not going to kill me and it reminds everyone I am still alive." Executive producer Susan Bower said she was "thrilled" to welcome Wood to the cast and said his storyline would be "great."
Of Martin, Wood told TV Week: "He's the head of surgery at Erinsborough Hospital. He's very focused and ambitious and doesn't suffer fools – so he could be a good bloke or a villain, depending on what he thinks of you." The actor later told the official UK Neighbours website that Martin is intimidating, has strong opinions and is not easily swayed. Digital Spy reported that Martin is strict and has a reputation for taking his work very seriously. Wood revealed that he is not good with blood or other people's health problems, but hoped to be able to act around it. He also expected the medical jargon to include some "challenging pronunciations." Martin will join Rhys Lawson (Ben Barber), who is just settling in at the hospital, and Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) at the hospital and Wood said initially they all get along, but that does not last long and the story starts to become interesting. Wood explained "Rhys has an agenda which involves my character. Karl Kennedy also gets involved, and he and Chambers don't see eye to eye on some issues mainly involving Rhys so plenty of conflict." Script producer, Emma Gordon, told the The West Australian that viewers can expect a different side to the actor, saying "John was a bit worried when he came in and asked if he actually had to do any surgery but I told him most of his stories take place on the golf course or in the bar. We certainly keep that sense of lar
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January 3, 2011 - Four residents are trapped in the inferno that has engulfed the Scully home... Summer, Andrew, Natasha and Michael. Who will be pulled to safety before tragedy strikes? And, Lyn discovers how the fire started! Is she responsible? It's only a matter of time before Paul's suspicions are piqued.
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Neighbours will be moving home in 2011 to Channel Ten's new digital channel, ELEVEN, as it's flagship program.
As Neighbours celebrates its 25th year and 6000 episodes the agreement with ELEVEN is said to ensure a very bright future for the Australian drama, along with its long-term deal with the UK’s Channel Five.
Channel Ten will heavily promote the launch it's digital channel in 2011, which the network believes Neighbours will benefit greatly from.
“This is a unique and exciting opportunity for FremantleMedia Australia and Neighbours. This new agreement with ELEVEN secures Neighbours future on Australian screens. It also earns Neighbours another place in television history as Australia’s first digital multi-channel drama commission,” said CEO Fremantle Media Australia Ian Hogg.
"We should all be very proud of the incredible faith ELEVEN are showing in Neighbours and the key role the program will play in its launch. We look forward to Neighbours contributing a great deal to its success.”
Hogg said it is a fantastic opportunity for the program to draw a new audience while maintaining its established fan base.
Network Ten Chief Programming Officer David Mott said, “Neighbours is an important and cherished member of the Network Ten family. We believe Neighbours is perfectly suited to ELEVEN’S audience strategy and will find a successful and enduring home on ELEVEN.”
“We will round out the first 25 years with a bang, and give Australia’s most successful drama a new home to keep it vibrant in the schedule for the next 25.”
ELEVEN’s target demographic is 13-29 year olds, currently on Ten Neighbours has over a 40% share in this demographic. According to Hogg, ELEVEN will be the unrivalled destination for fun and bold programming with particular appeal to the ‘distinctly youthful’ market. And Neighbours will be the leading Australian series on ELEVEN.
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