First Look Photos: Noah Huntley and Charles Shaughnessy in ‘Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem’ – EXCLUSIVE

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“Days of our Lives” is taking things beyond Salem when the five-part limited series spinoff “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem” premieres Monday, September 6 on Peacock. In anticipation of the show’s launch, Soap Opera Network has your exclusive first look at the Alamainian Peacock, the basis of the self-contained plot driving the series, along with your first glimpse at Noah Huntley as Lord Sebastian Alamain.

“Beyond Salem” brings together a multitude of Salemitees together as they are embroiled in a mystery involving stolen jewels which, being in the wrong hands, might cause dire consequences for Salem. Joining the hunt for the jewels is ISA agent Billie Reed (Lisa Rinna) as she crosses the globe in search of the missing treasure.

In the photo above, we find Sebastian Alamain eyeing the family jewels in their proper place in a museum. In the photo below, Sebastian and Shane Donovan (Charles Shaughnessy) have a conversation about the jewels and we learn more about their origins.

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Did you know? Each of the jewels that make up the Alamainian Peacock represent the colors of the NBC and Peacock logos. In fact, the yellow is for news, orange is for sports, red is for entertainment, violet/purple is for stations, blue is for the network itself, and green is for productions.

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For 65 years, the National Broadcasting Company, better known as NBC, has been oft referred to as the Peacock network. That’s because the network’s logo has been stylized to resemble the exotic bird since 1956. With the launch of the streaming platform in 2020, Peacock builds on NBC’s branding success by providing viewers with easy access to some of the world’s most popular content across the NBCUniversal portfolio, including “Days of our Lives” on NBC, “The Real Housewives” franchise on Bravo, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and even WWE programming, among a plethora of others. So, it comes as no surprise that the “DAYS” spinoff chose the peacock as the basis for its overall plot, after all, Peacock is the only way you can watch the series in the United States (read how to watch in Canada).

The series premieres Monday, September 6 exclusively on Peacock with a brand new episode released daily, culminating with the series finale on Friday, September 10.

For more information on “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem,” click here.