Peacock inadvertently reveals when you can expect to catch the premiere of “Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem,” the limited series spinoff of “Days of our Lives” starring Lisa Rinna, Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn and Jackée Harry, among a host of others.

Peacock is going “Beyond Salem” for a five-part limited spinoff series from the creators of "Days of our Lives" that’s filled with romance, action, drama, surprises, and the return of Lisa Rinna. The future of Salem rests in her hands!

Jackée Harry teases "Days of our Lives" debut, shares that her character is going to be "bold" and "fabulous."

Hey, "Days of our Lives" fans. Let's catch you up on all the things you might have missed during the first-ever #DayofDays2020 virtual fan event. The games, the history, the interactions, and much more.

Find out what you need to know on how to take part in the first-ever "Day of Days" virtual fan event, available for free to all "Days of our Lives" fans across the globe.

"Days of our Lives" is celebrating its 55th anniversary with a complimentary virtual cast celebration taking place later this month as part of the annual "Day of Days" fan event.

A plethora of daytime stars past and present will take part in "Daytime Cares: A Live Event" on Saturday, May 9 at 8:00 p.m. EDT on YouTube and Facebook.

"Days of our Lives" to resume production on Monday, February 3 following an extended production hiatus that began in November 2019.

Vanessa Williams set for a return to "Days of our Lives." Find out what brings Valerie Grant back to Salem!

Daytime Emmy Awards actor reels will not be released this year, which is a change of course from what had become an annual tradition.

"Days of our Lives" star Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Brady) is set to host her own segment on the DOOL app, set for release on Friday, April 5.

Vanessa Williams has completed her run as Valerie Grant on NBC's "Days of our Lives." The actress last apepared on contract on November 21.

The winners of "The 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards."

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.

In the current issue of TV Guide, on newsstands now, the magazine examines the four remaining daytime soaps consisting of "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Days of our Lives," "General Hospital" and "The Young and the Restless" and how FOX's "Empire" may have influenced a push for more diversity in 2015 during love in the afternoon.

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.

With new head writers on the horizon it was inevitable that "Days of our Lives" would also be getting a new teen scene, especially with what executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong> <a href="http://www.tvinsider.com/article/34392/first-look-days-of-our-lives-grows-a-new-teen-set-practically-overnight" target="_blank">says</a> to <em>TV Insider</em>'s <strong>Michael Logan</strong> of something his late mother, Betty, used to share with him: "'You have to water the roots of the [Days of our Lives]<em> </em>tree with a new generation every 10 years or so' and that’s what we’ve done," notes Corday to Logan. "These are the children of the children of the children of the children, and they are vital to our future."

While no specific airdate has been set, "Days of our Lives" stars <strong>Deidre Hall</strong> (Marlena Evans) and <strong>James Reynolds</strong> (Abe Carver) will be joining host <strong>Pat Sajak</strong> and <strong>Vanna White</strong> on an upcoming episode of "Wheel of Fortune" later this fall, it was announced Friday on the official Twitter page for the game show. Their appearance is just one of several expected to coincide with the 50th anniversary celebration of the daytime soap opera.

A deafening shot rang out on Friday’s episode of “Days of our Lives,” but the piercing blast wasn’t able to drown out cries from fans who realized that the bullet probably spelled the end of EJ (<strong>James Scott</strong>). And once the howling began — onscreen and off — it built into a frenzy leading up to the character’s final moments in Salem, which played out on today’s episode. But just how powerful were the scenes, which seemingly put the nail in the coffin for the relationship between EJ and Sami (<strong>Alison Sweeney</strong>), as well? And was the story the best way for Scott’s alter ego to be written off the canvas?

“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, <strong>Ken Corday</strong>, was awarded Operation Smile’s John Connor Humanitarian Award!