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.

Full episodes of "Days of our Lives" to stream exclusively for free on the Peacock app and website starting Tuesday, July 6. No more full episodes on NBC.com or NBC app.

In a revealing interview with Soap Opera Network, "Days of our Lives" executive producer Ken Corday talks about the two-season pickup, Peacock, classic episodes, and much more.

It's official: Dan Feuerriegel is your new EJ DiMera on "Days of our Lives." Find out when you can watch this bad boy's return to Salem.

"Days of our Lives" has been renewed for a 57th and 58th season the network announced today in a joint statement with Corday Productions and Sony Pictures Television.

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.

NBC has officially renewed "Days of our Lives" for a 56th season. The show will air through at least September 2021.

NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy addresses the future of "Days of our Lives" on NBC.

In the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest, the magazine shares that a popular male star is preparing to leave their soap. Who do you think it is?

Billy Flynn and Kate Mansi are set to reprise their roles as Chad DiMera and Abigail Deveraux on "Days of our Lives."

Sony files response to Corday Productions legal complaint over "Days of our Lives," calls allegations "pure fiction" and blames the show's issues on declining ratings as a result of industry trends.

NBC has renewed "Days of our Lives" for a landmark 55th season. The series is the longest running series on the network.

With the Megyn Kelly drama now behind the network following news of the former FOX News Channel journalist taking over the third hour of "The Today Show" with her own new morning program, NBC has finally made a decision on the future of NBC's "Days of our Lives" and it's a positive one.

After portraying Griffin Castillo on "All My Children" and Tony Santos on "Guiding Light," actor <strong>Jordi Vilasuso</strong> decided the timing was right for another turn in daytime. Lucky for him, "Days of our Lives" was looking to expand the Hernandez clan with the return of Dario (last played by <strong>Francisco San Martin</strong>). After meeting with executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong>, co-executive producer <strong>Albert Alaar</strong> and co-head writer <strong>Josh Griffith</strong> last summer, Vilasuso responded well to the idea of portraying a "very intelligent" character on the soap.

Despite claims by "Days of our Lives" executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong> that any character killed after September 2015 would remain dead, rumors are running rampant that the soap has secretly been in negotiations with three-time Daytime Emmy Award Winner <strong>Chandler Massey</strong> to reprise his role as Will Horton, who was murdered in October by the necktie killer (Ben Weston, played by <strong>Robert Scott Wilson</strong>) during <strong>Guy Wilson</strong>'s turn in the popular role. Adding fuel to the fire are recent comments by Massey's former publicist, <strong>Jeffrey Ballard</strong>.

As previously reported, NBC has officially renewed "Days of our Lives" for next season, the show's 51st. In announcing the pickup, Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment, said, "NBC is incredibly proud of the legacy of 'Days of our Lives' and we couldn’t be more excited to brings its fans new stories for the 51st season.

While the fate of NBC's "Days of our Lives" beyond this season remains unknown, its renewal chances have greatly increased following recent chatter by two of the network's top executives.

In the January 4, 2016 issue of <em>Soap Opera Digest</em>, on newsstands now, "Days of our Lives" executive producer <strong>Ken Corday</strong> revealed the reasons behind the soap's decision to bring back actor <strong>Brandon Beemer</strong> (ex-Owen Knight, "The Bold and the Beautiful") to the role of Shawn Douglas Brady, the eldest child of Hope (<strong>Kristian Alfonso</strong>) and Bo (<strong>Peter Reckell</strong>), so soon after the blink-and-you-missed-it return and departure of original adult portrayer <strong>Jason Cook</strong>.

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."