The four daytime soaps are back with originals on Monday, February 15 following multi-day preemptions for impeachment trial proceedings that took place last week. Find out what to expect upon their return.
Victoria Konefal is set to reprise her Daytime Emmy Award-nominated role as Ciara Brady on "Days of our Lives" next week, and not as a ghost.
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.
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.
"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.
"Days of our Lives" introduces "The Drinks Are On Us," a new soap opera parody by the soap stars available only on The DOOL App.
"Days of our Lives" bringing back characters for April Fool's Day surprise! You won't believe who's returning!
Farah Fath is returning to NBC's "Days of our Lives" as Mimi Lockhart for a "handful of episodes." She last portrayed the character in March 2007.
When it was revealed that Chandler Massey (Will Horton) had re-shot Will Horton's death scene, among others, previously shot with Guy Wilson in the role, it was only a matter of time before it was announced that Robert Scott Wilson would be returning to his role as Ben Rogers on the NBC daytime soap. After all, Ben was revealed to have been Will's killer when the serial killer storyline reached its climax in 2015.
Robert Scott Wilson ("Days of our Lives," "All My Children") has signed on to play a millionaire bachelor in "The Girl Who Cried Wolf."
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>.
"Days of our Lives'" Chad and Abigail, as portrayed by actors Billy Flynn and Kate Mansi, have emerged into the soap's most popular young couple. Here are 10 "Chabby" moments to remember.
In the newest issue of <em>Soap Opera Digest</em>, on newsstands now, it's revealed that Serena Mason will become the first victim of the upcoming serial killer storyline on NBC's "Days of our Lives." The news doesn't come as much of a surprise considering the character was one of the first <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/04/days-of-our-lives-cast-exodus-begins">reported to be leaving</a> Salem following the <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2015/02/days-lives-finally-makes-writing-changes-late">hiring</a> of a new head writing regime earlier this year. In an interview with the magazine, portrayer <strong>Melissa Archer</strong> talks about how she found out about her character dying, what's next in her career and how Serena meets her maker!
On the <strong>Thursday, March 12</strong> episode of CBS' "The Young and the Restless," fans of the daytime drama series will be introduced to "The Price is Right" male model search winner <strong>James O'Halloran</strong>, who will guest star as a waiter in scenes with actors <strong>Tracey E. Bregman</strong> (Lauren Fenmore) and <strong>Christian Le Blanc</strong> (Michael Baldwin). In an interview with <em>Soap Opera Network</em>, O'Halloran reveals that his appearance on "Y&R" marks the first time he has ever been on the set of an American soap opera, his thoughts on winning the "The Price is Right" male model gig and what's next for the 6'1 Australian native.
After five weeks of eliminations and heartbreak, "The Price is Right" narrowed its next male model search down to three - <strong>Jonathan Morgan</strong>,<strong> Jay Byars</strong> and <strong>James O’Halloran</strong> - when the finalists <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/talk-reveals-final-3-price-right-male-model-search">appeared</a> on the Monday, December 1 edition of CBS' "The Talk." After the reveal, America began voting for who they felt best fit the brand of the game show when the polls opened via <a href="http://www.priceisright.com/nextpricemodel/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">priceisright.com/nextpricemodel</a>. Polls closed on Friday, December 5. <strong>Today, December 8</strong>, the game show revealed who would finally take home the prize of becoming the next male model on "The Price is Right," which entails a week-long modeling gig beginning <strong>Monday, December 15</strong>. So who did America choose?