Find out who's coming and who's going during a hot summer of all-new episodes of "Days of our Lives." You won't want to miss out!
Stacy Haiduk will soon be saying goodbye to Salem once more as Kristen DiMera departs "Days of our Lives" during the week of May 11, 2020.
ABC and PEOPLE present "The Story of Us," a two-hour primetime special airing Tuesday, May 19 at 8:00 p.m. EDT/PDT on ABC.
Get ready for the return of Nicole Walker (Arianne Zucker) to Salem on "DAYS" in 2019!
Arianne Zucker is reprising her role as Nicole Walker on NBC's "Days of our Lives" this fall.
The winners of "The 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."
The death of Daniel Jonas (<strong>Shawn Christian</strong>) and the dilemma surrounding who would get his heart --- Eric Brady (<strong>Greg Vaughan</strong>) or Brady Black (<strong>Eric Martsolf</strong>) -- helped lift NBC's "Days of our Lives" to its most watched week in two years in Total Viewers and an 18-month high in Women 18-49, according to Nielsen Media Research ratings data for the week of January 4-8, 2016.
After eight years of playing suave Salem surgeon Daniel Jonas, actor Shawn Christian was let go from "Days of our Lives." In a stunning move, his character was scripted as the victim in a fatal car crash caused by a drunk Eric Brady (Greg Vaughan).
While fans of NBC's "Days of our Lives" will soon be getting a chance to once again see Jack Deveraux (<strong>Matthew Ashford</strong>) <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/11/matthew-ashford-returning-to-days-of-our-lives">back on their screens</a> in the coming year, it looks like they'll also be saying goodbye to another beloved character. Actor <strong>Greg Vaughan</strong>, who has portrayed Eric Brady on the soap since November 2012, will reportedly be exiting the canvas after it was decided to write the character out of Salem.
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.
While Eric Brady prepares to contemplate what he could have done to <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/08/first-serial-killer-victim-revealed-melissa-archer-talks-days-exit">save Serena Mason</a> (<strong>Melissa Archer</strong>) from the clutches of a serial killer about to infest Salem beginning next week on NBC's "Days of our Lives," actor <strong>Greg Vaughan</strong> is already aware of what the future holds for his career. The actor recently <a href="https://twitter.com/greg_vaughan/status/634890931322261508" target="_blank">announced</a> that he has signed a new deal with the Sony Pictures Television/Corday Productions produced soap opera to continue on as the lovable son of Marlena Evans (<strong>Deidre Hall</strong>) and Roman Brady (<strong>Josh Taylor</strong>). He's also going to be starring in an upcoming Hallmark Channel original movie.
Now that "Days of our Lives" is no longer part of her daily grind, <strong>Alison Sweeney</strong> (ex-Sami Brady) is taking the lead in a new Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie franchise. Sweeney has been cast as Hannah Swensen in "Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder," which is based on the <em>New York Times</em> best selling series of books by <strong>Joanne Fluke</strong>, <a href="http://deadline.com/2015/01/alison-sweeney-stars-chocolate-chip-cookie-murder-hallmark-1201344562/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Deadline</em>.