Jemma Donovan bows out from the show.
Neighbours spoilers follow.
Neighbours has confirmed that Harlow Robinson’s final scenes will air on UK screens next week.
Jemma Donovan finished filming at the show a few weeks ago, wrapping up her time as Harlow after a three-year stint.
In upcoming scenes, Harlow finally gets closure on her recent ordeal with Corey Smythe-Jones.
A new high-stakes storyline sees Erinsborough High students Zara Selwyn and Sadie Rodwell team up to outsmart Corey and bring him out of hiding.
The mission leads to danger, as Sadie is attacked by the evil villain and Zara is kidnapped.
Knowing what Corey is capable of, Zara pushes down her panic and tries to escape.
Zara thinks on her feet by sedating Corey with his own drugs. She then gets behind the wheel and brings Corey back to Erinsborough to finally face justice.
Once Corey is in police custody, he stubbornly refuses to reveal anything unless he can speak to Harlow.
When they come face-to-face, Harlow gets answers to the questions that have been plaguing her for months. Harlow is able to claim back her power and close a disturbing chapter of her life.
Later, Harlow gets an offer from her aunt to come and live with her in London for good.
Harlow is keen on the idea, but worries about leaving Mackenzie Hargreaves when she’s grieving for her late husband Hendrix.
Mackenzie assures Harlow that she doesn’t want to stand in the way of her happiness, so it’s soon agreed that Harlow will be moving.
Harlow breaks the news to a surprised Terese Willis and then says a bittersweet goodbye to her friends.
Harlow’s departure comes a few weeks before the Neighbours finale.
Several other characters – including Kyle Canning, Roxy Willis, Ned Willis and Hendrix – have left the show before the end. However, Kyle, Roxy and Ned have all been confirmed to make return appearances in the final weeks.
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 6pm on Channel 5 and streams on My5. In Australia, the show airs Mondays to Thursdays at 6.30pm on 10 Peach and streams on 10 Play.