A new family is coming in “Home and Away” as Ricky Sharpe leaves Summer Bay.

According to Yahoo 7, the Morgan family will make its way to Summer Bay beginning next week. James Stewart (“Packed to the Rafters,” “Tomorrow,” and “When The War Began”) will play the role of Justin, the eldest sibling in the Morgan family. Justin along with his siblings – Tori (Penny McNamee), Brody (Jackson Heywood), and Mason (Orpheus Pledger) – will bring tension in the Aussie long-running soap.

Stewart told Yahoo: “I’m super excited to be joining the team at HOME AND AWAY and Channel Seven. I have always been a fan of the show and am really looking forward to working with everyone at Summer Bay.”

Mail Online cited the latest TV Week magazine edition wherein Heywood said fans will see in the upcoming episodes the big difference between the Morgan family and the Braxtons. “I think the Morgans have a very different dynamic…First of all, they’re [Morgans] not criminals. They are professionals,” he said. As for Tori, fans of “Home and Away” have already seen the character earlier last month during the caravan explosion tragedy.

The Morgan family appears to have a normal life but viewers will eventually learn that they have dark secrets and a dangerous past. The family intends to keep their secrets hidden from the residents of Summer Bay, Mail Online noted.

Why did the Morgan choose to live in Summer Bay? Don’t miss “Home and Away” to find out what the Morgan family is hiding.

Meanwhile, Ricky has decided to leave Summer Bay and Nate to have a fresh start with Brax and their baby Casey. Nate and Tori, on the other hand, will face the rumors about their relationship.

In the previous episodes of “Home and Away,” Ricky saw Nate and Tori together laughing and having a good time. Ricky confronted Nate and he apologized. However, Ricky confided to Phoebe and told her that she thinks she made a mistake marrying Nate.

Actress Bonnie Sveen earlier confirmed her exit from “Home and Away.” She is set to star in Channel 7 new drama, “The Secret Daughter.”

“Home and Away” airs Monday to Thursday at 7pm on Network Seven in Australia. In the UK, “Home and Away” airs during weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5.