‘Home and Away’ 2016: Ricky Missing in Summer Bay; 2 Special Episodes Confirmed!

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More shocking scenes are coming from “Home and Away” in the coming days as Ricky will be missing following the explosion at the caravan park.

According to Mail Online, Ricky Sharpe (Bonnie Sveen) will be missing after the blast rocks Summer Bay. It was earlier reported that two favourite characters in the Aussie’s long-running soap will die in the explosion. “Home and Away” released a teaser for the episode, which provided hints on who will be in danger.

In the video shared on “Home and Away” Facebook page, Zac MacGuire (Charlie Clausen) and Leah Patterson-Baker (Ada Nicodemou) were seen running across a patch of grass after a caravan explodes. Phoebe Nicholson (Isabella Giovinazzo) was also seen injured and picked up a silver coloured clutch before exclaiming “It’s Ricky’s” before she frantically searches for Ricky.

A voice-over can be heard stating: “Somewhere amongst the rubble, they’ll discover the two who didn’t make it.”

Evie MacGuire (Philippa Northeast) was also seen very distress while Leah is telling her to just breathe.  “They’re all missing, I can’t find them anywhere, “ she told Zac.

The explosion at the caravan park will occur after Andy Barrett (Tai Hara,) found out that his brother’s assaulter Tank (Reece Milne) has returned to town after posting bail.

Aside from Sveen’s character, speculations have it that Hannah Wilson (Cassie Howarth), Roo Stewart (Georgie Parker) and Oscar MacGuire (Jake Speer) are among those who may possibly die in the explosion.

“Home and Away” airs on Channel Seven at 7pm, Monday to Thursday.

Meanwhile, “Home and Away” is set to air two “special events” in the coming months, news.com.au reported.

The same crew that produced “Home and Away: An Eye For An Eye” will once again collaborate to do both specials, the site added. “Home and Away: An Eye For An Eye” was aired in December 2015. It broke all day one streaming record in Presto.

Channel 7 has yet to give details of the casting for the two specials but network head of drama Julie McGauran has confirmed that both returning and existing cast will feature in both specials.

“We’ve been working on it for some time with our friends at Presto and I’m sure our fans will love (the specials). They’re going to be very unique … and very epic,” she said.

The two “Home and Away” specials are expected to premiere in  late 2016.

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