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Ratings Report for the Week of August 1-5, 2011.
On Friday, July 29, talk show host Nate Berkus ("The Nate Berkus Show") was captured by "Good Day LA" cameras and reporter Gina Silva while he was on the set of "Days of our Lives" filming scenes for an upcoming appearance on the NBC soap. While production was halted for the live interview, viewers got their first glimpse at Sarah Brown with newly cut hair before she even debuts as Madison James on Tuesday, October 4.
Best known for her portrayal of Carly Corinthos and later Claudia Zacchara on ABC's "General Hospital," Sarah Brown is returning to daytime for another go after being dropped to recurring status earlier this year by CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," where she portrayed Agnes 'Aggie' Jones. The three-time Emmy Award winning actress has signed with NBC's "Days of our Lives" to play the contract role of Madison James beginning Tuesday, October 4.
Alison Sweeney has been on "Days of our Lives" for nearly twenty years, debuting as Sami Brady in 1993 when she was only 16 years old. Beautiful and an instant hit with fans, the actress felt insecure by her surroundings. “I’ve been on Days since I was 16, and being surrounded by such thin, gorgeous actresses made me so insecure and self-conscious," said Sweeney referring to her weight issues at the the time in an interview with SELF Magazine in their August issue on stands now.

on Tuesday, August 9, 2011 @ 4:57 PM
On Saturday, August 13, 2011, James Scott (EJ DiMera, "Days of our Lives") will be throwing out the first pitch at 7:05 PM for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, a minor league baseball team, then signing autographs from 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM, at 111 Eastwood Mall Blvd., Niles, Ohio 44446.
Because we were working overtime trying to get the re-designed website up while also transferring servers, we didn't get a chance to report on this. For those who may have missed out on it all, E! is debuting a new reality series that actually covers the behind the scenes lives of some of your favorite soap stars for a change and not those "Real Housewives" we've gotten bored with from network sibling Bravo.
NBC's "Days of our Lives" has released what fans have been clamoring for since the May announcement of new head writers and June's reveal of behind the scenes changes, your first look at the "New DAYS" that begins on Monday, September 26 with the debut of Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas' material and Greg Meng and Noel Maxam Co-Executing Producing.
Greg Meng along with Noel Maxam were named Co-Executive Producers of NBC's "Days of our Lives" on Tuesday, June 14, when the series released the first set of changes hitting the soap after the hiring of new head writers Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas. While the writing duo shared with Soap Opera Network what fans could expect from the soap when their material hits the airwaves starting Monday, September 26, Meng took the time to tell viewers why they should continue tuning in before that day comes.
Matthew Ashford returns to NBC's "Days of our Lives" this September when his character, Jack Deveraux, finds himself back in Salem facing many changes and new challenges. Soap Opera Network spoke with Ashford at the "DAYS" studio about his return to the soap, his work on the web based series "The Bay" and the most pirated movie of 2008!
For the past two and a half weeks, I found myself in unfamiliar territory when it came to running the website as I was based out of Los Angeles. Normally, I run things here in New York. What I found unfamiliar, however, was finding out the true stories behind what many soap fans can't seem to get enough of - the Disney/ABC and Prospect Park connection as it relates to "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" and even "General Hospital." So what did I learn that I can share with you? Plenty!
It was Thursday, May 19 when word broke that Dena Higley was out as head writer of "Days of our Lives" and former "Passions" Associate Head Writers, Darrell Ray Thomas and Marlene McPherson were in. Since the announcement, a lot has been speculated, talked about and dissected by anxious fans waiting to get some ounce of news on what they can expect to see when "Days of our Lives" relaunches itself this September. On Thursday, July 28, Soap Opera Network visited the Burbank set that houses "DAYS" in studios 2 and 4 and talked with the shows new head writers outside of the now defunct Salem Place set about what fans can expect when their material debuts on Monday, September 26. The duo also give us a scoop on what the Friday, September 23 show that precedes their official debut is all about.
What started out as a typical week that began on July 25 ended up being one of the worst in Soap Opera Network history, but you wouldn't have known it from a behind the scenes perspective.

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on Thursday, August 4, 2011 @ 3:30 PM
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Ratings Report for the Week of July 25-29, 2011
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