is facing an unclear future on British television after 31 years on air.
The popular programme has kick-started the careers of many of our much-loved entertainers over the years - some who have gone on to earn millions according to Daily Mail.
But as the Australian soap is facing the axe, after contract talks between the producers and Channel 5 have reportedly stalled, could that mean that the show will no longer be a springboard for worldwide fame?
The series has already made huge international stars of cast members who started out as residents of Ramsay Street, but who is the richest?
Let's have a look at the stars who have gone on to amass multi-million pound fortunes - from a singing sensation to an Oscar-winning actor - to find out who is the wealthiest after getting their big break on the show.
Kylie Minogue: Charlene Robinson
Worth: £55 million or $97 million NZ
The pint-sized songstress is arguably the show's most famous exports after finding worldwide fame as a singer when she left the show.
After starting at just £150 per episode on Neighbours Kylie made the Sunday Times Rich List 2016 at number 53 with her net worth of £55million thanks to her music and tours.
She initially won hearts with her on-screen romance with Scott Robinson, played by Jason Donovan.
The Kylie and Jason public obsession reached fever pitch when the couple got together in real life and they had a hit record together, Especially For You.
But superstardom beckoned for Kylie and a new relationship with INXS front man, the late Michael Hutchence, soon put an end to the Kylie and Jason fairy tale.
The 48-year-old was not lucky in love as her relationships with Olivier Martinez, Spanish Andres Velencoso and Joshua Sasse have all ended in heartbreak.
She found love with toyboy Joshua, 28, and the pair confirmed their engagement with an announcement in The Telegraph in February last year.
But news broke of their split earlier this year when the actor who stars in ABC's Galavant, was rumoured to have cheated on the singer.
Russell Crow aka Kenny Larkin
Worth: £52 million or $92 million NZ
Another Neighbour to hit the big time is megastar Russell Crowe, 52, who won an Oscar for his role in Gladiator.
He is one of Hollywood's leading male stars but before he was rubbing shoulder with the likes of Ridley Scott, he played ex-con Kenny Larkin in four episodes in the eighties.
His career shows no sign of slowing down and has finished filming The Mummy in which he plays both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Liam and Chris Hemsworth: Josh Taylor and Jamie Kane
Worth: £16 million and £27 million ($28 million & $47 million NZ)
Star of the Hunger Games and Miley Cyrus's fiance Liam Hemsworth, 27, launched his career playing wheelchair-bound hunk Josh Taylor on the street from 2007 to 2008.
He's since taken Hollywood by storm in his role as Gale Hawthorne and in Independence Day 2 .
Liam's brother Chris Hemsworth, star of Thor, also made a brief appearance in Neighbours as Jamie Kane before heading for Hollywood.
Chris, 31, made Forbes Highest Paid Actors list in 2015 with estimated earnings of £27million, and thanks to his part in the Marvel Universe will be heading for more success.
Guy Pearce: Mike Young
Worth: £8 million or $14 million NZ
British-born Guy, another original cast member, had a four-year stint as Mike in Neighbours before hitting the big time.
The 49-year-old has appeared in hit films including L.A. Confidential, Memento and The Hurt Locker and has been nominated for Golden Globe Awards.
The actor has enjoyed something of a career resurgence in the past few years and has starred in several films including the reboot of the Alien franchise, and is set to return to television in a mini-series directed by Dustin Lance Black.
In 2015 he split from his wife, psychologist Kate Mestitz - his childhood sweetheart who he married in 1997.
Jason Donovan: Scott Robinson
Worth: £8 million or $14 million NZ
Like his on-screen wife Kylie, Jason left the soap to pursue a pop career and while he may not have been quite so lucky, lucky, lucky with his recording career he too topped the charts in the eighties.
He's starred in stage productions such as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Priscilla Queen Of The Desert.
The actor hit a rough patch due to alcohol and drug abuse, suffering a cocaine-induced seizure at Kate Moss's 21 birthday party in 1995.
But he has since regained an image befitting of his alter Neighbour's ego Scott Robinson with a regular DJ gig on Heart FM.
He hasn't hung up his microphone for good however. He toured the UK with his Ten Good Reasons and Greatest Hits Tour in 2015 and is set to go back on the road with a one-man show called Jason and His Amazing Mid-Life Crisis.
Margot Robbie: Donna Freeman
Worth: £8 million or $14 million NZ
Margot Robbie, who started her on screen life in Neighbours 2008, has since hit the big time starring opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street and Will Smith in Focus and Suicide Squad.
The chemistry between her and Smith was so intense they were rumoured to be having an affair on-set - something they both strenuously denied - but the gossip further elevated Margot's profile.
She secretly married British assistant director Tom Ackerley in December in a Byron Bay ceremony and is in major demands for film roles.
As well as starring as Harley Quinn in a Suicide Squad spin-off, she also produced the film and has several other major roles lined up, including portraying the figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya.
Natalie Imbruglia: Beth Brennan
Worth: £11 million or $19 million NZ
Natalie Imbruglia, 41, left her role as Beth Brennan and kissed goodbye to her onscreen surfer-dude husband Brad Willis to launch a singing career in 1997.
The album Left In The Middle sold seven million copies and her single Torn became an instant hit.
Other albums followed other they weren't as commercially successful as her first.
She made a comeback with the album Male in 2015, featuring cover versions of songs made famous my male lead singers, which reached number 20 in the UK album charts.
The London-based star divorced her Australian husband of five years, Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in 2008 saying the distance between them was too much.
Delta Goodrem: Nina Tucker
Worth: £1.2 million or $2.1 million NZ
Delta Goodrem, 32, who played Nina Tucker, is now a coach on Australia's The Voice.
Her sucessful music career means she's earned millions, with eight number one singles and three number one albums in Australia, as well as selling over six million albums worldwide.
However, she's often hit the headlines for her love life thanks to relationships with a number of high profile men.
In 2004, she dated Australian tennis player Mark Philippoussis and then had a long-term relationship with former Westlife singer Brian McFadden.
They got engaged but split up in 2011 after which Deltra than had a year-long relationship with singer Nick Jonas of boy band the Jonas Brothers.
She was now reportedly dating rugby player Drew Mitchell last year and has been linked most recently with Australian actor Hugh Sheridan.
Holly Candy: Flick Sully
Worth: £1.1 billion (joint) or $1,938,259,489.81 NZ
Holly Valance left her role as Felicity 'Flick' Scully in 2002 to pursue a music career and scored a hit with Kiss Kiss.
She had a role in popular U.S drama Prison Break but has not yet managed to crack America like Margot Robbie.
In 2011, she impressed with her dance moves on Strictly Come Dancing, where she finished in fourth place.
She married British property mogul Nick Candy and they had a daughter in 2013, Luka Violet Toni Candy - and thanks to his* estimated £1.1billion net worth Holly enjoys a life of luxury.
Last year, her billionaire husband treated Holly, 33, to a £26 million luxury yacht and drafted in hypnotist Paul McKenna to cure her of her seasickness.