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Paul Speed

How to watch Neighbours on Amazon Freevee as much-loved soap returns

Soap fans are delighted Neighbours will return on little-known streaming platform Freevee - but what exactly is it and where can you get the app?

The popular Aussie show ended in July after 37 years on air, but will bounce back onto our screens next year after Amazon swooped in to save it.

The show, which kick-started the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Margot Robbie and Guy Pearce, will go back into production within months - with new episodes due in 2023.

The comeback series will air on Amazon Freevee in the UK, meaning fans can watch without paying. In Australia, it will return to its home of Network 10.

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Soap fans will be delighted that Neighbours is bouncing back. (FREMANTLE/AFP via Getty Images)

What is Freevee?

Launched last year, Amazon's Freevee app is home to a number of exclusive shows and movies that you can't find anywhere else - such as the big name Bosch Legacy series, a follow-up to Bosch based on Michael Connelly's books.

Other original content available on Freevee includes Judy Justice, which stars reality TV's Judge Judy, teen spy drama Alex Rider (which boasts an impressive 85 percent Rotten Tomatoes score) and a documentary on pop superstar Post Malone.

Alongside these top original shows, there's a massive selection of movies such as classic horror The Blair Witch Project, the critically acclaimed Slow West (starring Michael Fassbender), and the family-friendly Angry Birds Movie 2. Other things to look out for on Freevee are hit comedies Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock.

How to get it: You can get Freevee here via your web browser, on Fire TV as well as Google TV and Android TV devices, and through the official Android and iOS app.

The cost-of-living-crisis is heaping extra pressure on paid-for streaming sites (Liverpool ECHO)

Paid-for streaming sites now feeling the pinch

Close to a million of us Brits have cancelled our streaming subscriptions as the cost of living crisis worsens - with many turning to free alternatives for their viewing pleasure.

A substantial rise in inflation coupled with soaring energy bills has lead many of us to ditch services such as Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+.

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