The complete first season of “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem” will be available on DVD beginning Friday, April 29 courtesy of Australian distributor Via Vision Entertainment. International fans are currently able to purchase their own NTSC/0 formatted copy of the five-episode limited series on Amazon at a cost of $29.99 or directly via the distributor’s website. Click here to purchase on Amazon or click here to order directly through Via Vision.
Those with an Amazon Prime subscription should receive their own copy of the DVD within two business days once shipped. Otherwise, the complete first season can still be watched on Peacock, the official streaming home of both “Days of our Lives” and “Days of our Lives Beyond Salem” in the United States. While the entire first season was initially released for free when it premiered on the service in September 2021, currently only the first episode is free to view. The four remaining episodes now require a premium subscription which starts at $4.99 per month (with ads) or $9.99 per month (without ads*). For more information on how to stream the series, or to register/subscribe, visit PeacockTV.com.
Recently renewed for a second season, Chapter One of “Beyond Salem” followed characters from the fictitious town of Salem USA as they traveled to different parts of the globe in search of the stolen Peacock jewels, which, in the wrong hands, could cause dire consequences for Salem itself. Watch as ISA agent Reed (Lisa Rinna) seeks to track down who is behind the caper while enjoying all the romance, action, drama, and surprises that only “Days of our Lives” can deliver. Overall, fans will spend nearly five thrilling hours with their favorite Salem super couples and reconnect with many familiar faces along the way.
Ken Corday will executive produce with Albert Alarr serving as co-executive producer. Ron Carlivati is the head writer. Both “Days of our Lives” and “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem” are a production of Corday Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television.
The DVD release is rated PG for mild themes, violence, sexual references and coarse language, according to the Australian classification system.
Watch the series trailer below.