It's been seven years since Packed to the Rafters ended, but thanks to Amazon Prime Video, the iconic series will return to our screens soon.
Back to the Rafters picks up six years after we left the Rafter family.
Dave (Erik Thomson) and Julie Rafter (Rebecca Gibney) have moved to the country with their young daughter, Ruby, while Rachel Rafter (Jessica Marais), Nathan Rafter (Angus McLaren), Ben Rafter (Hugh Sheridan) and best friend, Nick “Carbo” Karandonis (George Houvardas) are navigating adult life and the struggles that come with it. Grandpa Ted (Michael Caton) is also returning to the series.
This is what the cast has been up to since the show originally wrapped up in 2013:
Hugh Sheridan - Ben Rafter
The former Play School presenter and ballet dancer has been pretty busy since playing goofy party boy, Ben Rafter.
Earlier this week, the 35-year-old announced on Instagram that he had tested positive to COVID-19 after returning to Australia from Los Angeles.
"'I've been quiet for the last few days cause I've been feeling all the varied emotions about my positive Covid test. It's scary, frustrating & lonely," he wrote.
"I currently have no symptoms and haven't had this whole time, I am SO LUCKY and I keep reminding myself to count each blessing one by one."
A day later, Sheridan announced that he had since tested negative to COVID-19 and it's believed his first test was a false-positive.
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My latest test shows a NEGATIVE result for Covid, I’ve been on the phone all night with the RPA Virtual hospital and my night nurse at my Hospital Hotel, it looks very much like it was a false positive on the 28th of August, which makes a lot of sense. The process has been a rollercoaster and it’s caused whirlwind of emotions. It’s late now so I won’t know the next steps till the morning, but I wanted to share with you as so many people have shown SO MUCH kindness and concern, I am still OK. Thank YOU! Thank you again to the health workers for being so informative Hx #confusingtimes #goodnews #quarantinelife #twonegativesmakeapositive #day20somthing ? #royalprincealfredhospital