Hey soap fans, "Christmas is Not Cancelled!" To get the word out join in the fun with soap alum Jen Lilley and her former "DAYS" co-stars.
After 25 years as Lucas Horton on "Days of our Lives," actor Bryan Dattilo is departing Salem in the near future.
"Days of our Lives" star Marci Miller shares thoughts on former co-star Christopher Sean as actor's exit announced.
Christopher Sean is slated to exit this fall from "Days of our Lives" after portraying Paul Narita for the last four years on the daytime drama series.
Actress Marci Miller completed filming as "Days of our Lives'" Abigail Deveraux on Friday, May 25, 2018.
On Friday, September 15, "Days of our Lives" will be welcoming back three-time Daytime Emmy Award winning actor Chandler Massey to the role of Will Horton. Considering the character was supposed to have died tragically by strangulation during the soap's serial killer storyline in 2015 (when he was played by Guy Wilson), what can fans expect when the character is resurrected very much alive this week? While we still don't know exactly the how, we can at least scratch off "zombie" from the list of possibilities.
Right along with the Horton family Christmas celebration, fans of NBC's "Days of our Lives" can look forward to another tradition continuing. The network has announced that the annual "Day of DAYS" event will return to Universal CityWalk, located next to Universal Studios Hollywood, on Saturday, November 11.
Among the list of pre-nominated performers for "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" is "Days of our Lives" actor <strong>Christopher Sean</strong> (Paul Narita), who shared on his <a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BBDX5OTrHg_/" target="_blank">Instagram page</a> that he was honored to not only be pre-nominated for his role on the daytime soap in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category, but also being able to positively represent the LGBT community.
As we get closer to daytime's biggest night, taking place on <strong>Sunday, May 1</strong>, the industry is abuzz today over which actors were submitted for a pre-nomination for the "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," presented by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). With at least two actors per show for each category (exception being Supporting Actress) several of daytime television's biggest and brightest stars are looking to vie for the coveted trophy that celebrates their hard work during calendar year 2015.
With anticipation of returning characters, historic moments, and happy memories upon us as "Days of our Lives" celebrates its 50th anniversary later this fall, the daytime drama series is set to release a new photo book titled "Days of our Lives: 50 Years," which was pieced together by co-executive producer <strong>Greg Meng</strong>. As part of the release, a multi-city promotional tour has been scheduled.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and Pop announced today additional presenters for "The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," including <strong>Tom Bergeron</strong>,<strong> Eileen Davidson</strong>,<strong> Kevin Frazier</strong>,<strong> Leeza Gibbons</strong>,<strong> Vicki Lawrence</strong> and<strong> Mario Lopez</strong>. They will be joined by the "Queens of Drama," the co-hosts of "The Talk," the co-hosts of the new lifestyle chat show "The FAB Life," and several other big stars from "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital" and "The Young and the Restless."
"The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" will be telecast live exclusively on Pop on <strong>Sunday, April 26</strong>. Today, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and Pop announced the first round of presenters which includes cast members from "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital," "The Young and the Restless," along with personalities <strong>Nancy O'Dell</strong>,<strong> Regis Philbin</strong>,<strong> Steve Harvey</strong>,<strong> Marie Osmond</strong>,<strong> Craig Ferguson</strong>,<strong> Shemar Moore</strong> and<strong> Alex Trebek</strong>.
Following behind the scenes changes in February with <a title="‘Days of our Lives’ (Finally) Makes Writing Changes: Is It Too Late?" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/02/days-lives-finally-makes-writing-changes-late">new head writers</a> and the <a title="‘DAYS” Lisa de Cazotte OUT! Albert Alarr Upped to Co-Executive Producer" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/03/days-lisa-de-cazotte-out-albert-alarr-upped-to-co-executive-producer">re-shuffling of producers</a> in March, NBC's "Days of our Lives" will soon gear up production for its 50th anniversary celebration without several of its leading younger talents. <strong>Molly Burnett</strong> (Melanie Jonas), <strong>Freddie Smith</strong> (Sonny Kiriakis) and <strong>Melissa Archer</strong> (Serena Mason) are all reportedly said to be departing the daytime drama series in the weeks and months ahead, at least onscreen.
Nearly two months since leaving Salem for Hollywood, Will Horton (<strong>Guy Wilson</strong>) is back beginning <strong>Thursday, December 11</strong>, but will a major secret keep him from reconnecting with his husband, Sonny Kiriakis (<strong>Freddie Smith</strong>)?
When "Days of our Lives'" Will Horton left Salem last month to join his mom and younger siblings on a Los Angeles adventure, fans of Will and Sonny Kiriakis (<strong>Freddie Smith</strong>) were left wondering what that would mean for daytime's only married gay couple and their future together, considering it was stated that Will would be gone for upwards of six months. Turns out six months is just several weeks in the world of soap operas as Will's portrayer, <strong>Guy Wilson</strong>, tells <em>Soap Opera Network</em> that he'll be back on air sooner than you think. "It was written as six months, but it's not going to be six months," he shares, while noting, "something will happen that will force Will to return early." Whether that something has to do with the trouble heading Sonny's way, or the mystery Will finds himself looking to solve right alongside his father, Lucas (<strong>Bryan Dattilo</strong>), the actor is definitely looking forward to seeing what's ahead on "DAYS" play out on air.
“Days of our Lives” doesn’t have to roll out its own red carpet for its upcoming 50th anniversary — the Hollywood Christmas Parade is doing it, instead! The grand holiday event will be honoring the long-running NBC soap opera with a special commemoration on <strong>Sunday, November 30</strong>!
While he played a waiter on two episodes of CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" in 2010, actor <strong>Christopher Sean</strong> is getting the chance to play what he loves when he joins the cast of NBC's "Days of our Lives" next week as Paul, a baseball player who is being treated by Dr. Daniel Jonas (<strong>Shawn Christian</strong>) after an injury he's sustained. His first airdate is set for <strong>Friday, November 7</strong>.