NBC has renewed "Days of our Lives" for a landmark 55th season. The series is the longest running series on the network.
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Nominations for the "2019 Writers Guild Awards" have been announced. "Days of our Lives" and "General Hospital" are the only daytime soaps competing this year.
Brandon Beemer and Martha Madison are once again reprising their roles as Shawn Brady and Belle Black, respectively, on "Days of our Lives" beginning this fall.
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.
Before "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Lisa Rinna was best known for her portrayal as Billie Reed on NBC's "Days of our Lives." Nearly five years since she last appeared on the soap, the actress is heading back to Salem for another go. Will it be Billie vs. Hope (Kristian Alfonso) 4.0, or will something else capture the character's attention?
Now that Tyler Christopher's joining "Days of our Lives" has been confirmed, the actor shared fond words for his new Salem family while reminiscing over his early days as Nikolas Cassadine on "General Hospital," and hope for the possibilities that lie ahead.
During NBC's portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, Jennifer Salke, president, NBC Entertainment, was asked questions about the upcoming 2017-18 television season and the success of the network's primetime lineup -- the network finished #1 in the key sales demo. But one question on the minds of many was the status of "Days of our Lives," which was renewed through September 2018 earlier this year.
UPDATE 08/03/2017: It's now been confirmed that the actor has joined "DAYS." His character's name is being kept under wraps. (Story here) PREVIOUS 08/02/2017: Former "General Hospital" star Tyler Christopher (ex-Nikolas Cassadine) could soon be heading to Salem, USA if a picture of the actor on the set of NBC's "Days of our Lives," posted earlier today, is to be believed.
"General Hospital" has promoted Chris Van Etten to the role of co-head writer. He replaces recently retired Jean Passanante in the position.
Networks break in for live coverage of the O.J. Simpson parole hearing. How did that impact your favorite soap? How can you catch up?
Ron Carlivati is officially ready to hit a home-run for NBC's "Days of our Lives." Will you be watching?
It's been months since it was announced that Ron Carlivati would be taking over head writing duties at "Days of our Lives" and we're finally just weeks away from seeing where he plans to take the folks of Salem.