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Ken Corday
  • Corday Productions to Co-Produce Original Content for TruLOVE Network

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    Corday Productions, Inc.
    Corday Productions has partnered with TruLOVE Network, a BroadLit, Inc. company, to develop original television quality produced programming based on TruLOVE's library of romantic stories, it was announced today by Ken Corday, CEO of Corday Productions, which produces "Days of our Lives" for NBC. The partnership with TruLOVE continues Corday's goal of revitalizing the traditional soap opera format to suit current fans and engage new viewers. TruLOVE is a digital network with a new focus on global romance. It's programming looks to capture the attention of the key female demographic with a wholly owned original library of content developed... READ MORE
  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: James Scott Reveals Why He Left ‘DAYS,’ How He Truly Feels About EJ’s Demise and What’s Ahead In His Life and Future Career!

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    John Paschal/JPI Studios
    Strolling into a large and quiet stage space just north of Hollywood, “Days of our Lives’” James Scott (ex-EJ DiMera) looks as gorgeous as ever. But it’s not the “tall, dark and handsome” thing he usually emanates that’s turning heads. Rather, it’s a calm, relaxed and seriously happy vibe that’s giving him a remarkable glow and an aura of magnetism. You don’t want to sit next to him because he’s cute; you want to sit next to him because he’s happy. So much so, it appears it just might rub off. And the reason that the actor is all... READ MORE
  • ‘DAYS’’ Executive Producer Ken Corday Honored With Operation Smile Award; Will Important Issue Hit Salem?

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    Jill Johnson/JPI Studio
    “Days of our Lives” has been on fire lately with a plethora of steamy fall storylines, and something exciting has happened behind the scenes, as well: The show’s executive producer, Ken Corday, was awarded Operation Smile’s John Connor Humanitarian Award! READ MORE
  • Alison Sweeney Talks About Her New Book and ‘DAYS’ Exit

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    Chris Haston/NBC
    After saying goodbye to friends and colleagues on Friday, May 23 as she wrapped filming her 21 year run as Samantha "Sami" Brady on NBC's "Days of our Lives," Alison Sweeney is gearing up for the release of "Scared Scriptless," her fourth book. The actress will appear at the NBC Experience Store in New York on Tuesday, June 3 signing purchased copies of her book, which is being released by Hyperion the same day. READ MORE
  • ‘DAYS’ SHOCKER! James Scott Exiting Drama Series After 8-Year Run

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    Ben Cohen/NBC
    Just one day after NBC's "Days of our Lives" received the good news from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences that it was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series, among its 14 total nominations, for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, comes word that the daytime soap is saying goodbye to one of its leading men. Soap Opera Digest is reporting that James Scott (EJ DiMera) completes filming at The Burbank Studios today, May 2, after an eight year run with the show. READ MORE
  • Corday Productions Launching NetSoaps/Net Novelas, A New Interactive Soap Venture with All Screens Media

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    NetSoaps Net Novelas, LLC
    While Prospect Park's The OnLine Network (TOLN) failed to re-launch "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" to a brand new audience via the internet last year, Corday Productions, which produces NBC's "Days of our Lives," has joined with All Screens Media, an international interactive digital media company founded by former Comcast digital media executive Peter Heumiller, to form a new online network dedicated to the soap opera and telenovela format. Per Variety, the production entities have joined together to form NetSoaps Net Novelas LLC (NSNN), which will strive to develop domestic (Net Soaps) and international (Net Novelas)... READ MORE
  • #CordaysFault: ‘DAYS’ Executive Producer Target of Humorous Twitter Trend

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    Jill Johnson/JPI Studios
    When it rains, it pours... Especially when a hashtagged phrase catches on via Twitter! And funny enough, Ken Corday, executive producer of NBC’s “Days of our Lives,” is the latest to be caught in a storm of incessant fan tweets. READ MORE
  • NBC Renews ‘Days of our Lives’ Through September 2016; Soap Will Celebrate 50 Years On-Air in 2015

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    Corday Productions, Inc.
    After much anticipation, NBC announced today that it has renewed “Days of our Lives” through the 2015-16 television season. The renewal ensures the soap will celebrate its 50th year on television. The series debuted on November 8, 1965. “‘Days of our Lives’ continues to be a fan favorite for the daytime audience and we are… Read More » READ MORE
  • Drake Hogestyn Back For More ‘DAYS’

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    Corday Productions, Inc.
    According to Soap Opera Digest, NBC's "Days of our Lives" is welcoming back veteran actor Drake Hogestyn (John Black) to its canvas after nearly a 7-month absence. Hogestyn last appeared on screen in mid-July based on scenes filmed in mid-March. READ MORE
  • Eileen Davidson: Why She’s Leaving ‘DAYS,’ What’s Next and the ‘R’ Word

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    Corday Productions, Inc.
    When "Days of our Lives" executive producer, Ken Corday, let the cat out of the bag via Soap Opera Digest that Eileen Davidson would be departing the daytime drama series in the coming months, the actress was forced to speak out on Twitter, then Facebook and now TV Guide to clear up any doubts about her future as Kristen DiMera on "DAYS" and the possibility of a return to "The Young and the Restless." READ MORE