Home and Away spoilers follow from Australian pace episodes, which some UK viewers may prefer to avoid.
Home and Away aired its final episode of the year in Australia on Thursday (November 29), leaving the fates of Remi Carter and Eden Fowler hanging in the balance.
The 90-minute season finale featured the previously-announced road crash storyline for Remi, but he wasn't the only character to face a life-or-death situation.
The action-packed edition saw Eden's partner Cash Newman take her away for a camping trip. Cash hoped that it would be a romantic break, but Eden didn't enjoy the experience – especially when she ended up with a tick embedded in her neck.
Eden secretly called her best friend Remi and asked him to take her home. She later changed her mind after being talked round by Cash, but Remi was already on his way.
As Remi rode on his motorcycle, he collided with an oncoming car and was knocked to the ground in a serious accident.
The two men in the other vehicle panicked over the situation. Checking on Remi and believing him to be dead, they decided to bury his body to cover up the accident.
That night, Eden headed out of her tent for a toilet break and caught the two men trying to bury Remi.
In a second disturbing twist, Eden then found herself attacked and taken captive by the conspirators, who drove off with her and Remi in their car boot as they considered their next drastic move.
When Cash woke up the next morning, he was baffled to find Eden missing.
Home and Away's cliffhanger now kicks off a huge storyline, as the disappearance of Eden sparks shockwaves among the Summer Bay community.
Is Remi really dead and will the new Summer Bay villains now strike against Eden to silence her? All will be revealed when the new season launches on Channel 7 on Monday, January 8.
Home and Away is already off air in the UK and is expected to return to Channel 5 in the first week of the New Year. The show's UK broadcasts have nine weeks of episodes to come before reaching the point of Australia's finale.
Home and Away returns to Channel 5 and 5STAR in early January.
In Australia, the show returns to Channel 7 on Monday, January 8.
Selected classic episodes are available via Prime Video in the UK.
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