In an allegedly since deleted posting on Vimeo, actor Kyler Pettis is said to have revealed his "final scenes" as Theo Carver on NBC's "Days of our Lives." This might come as a shock to fans as there had been no indication that the show planned to write the character off the canvas, albeit the show does film six months ahead of air.
"Days of our Lives" viewers were stunned, this week, when Bo (<strong>Peter Reckell</strong>) and Hope's (<strong>Kristian Alfonso</strong>) only daughter, Ciara (<strong>Vivian Jovanni</strong>) was raped at the hands of her step brother Chase (<strong>Jonathon McClendon</strong>). Sure, the young teen seemed a bit off and moody, but nobody suspected he could ever be capable of such violence, especially against someone he claimed to truly care about like Ciara.
As we get closer to daytime's biggest night, taking place on <strong>Sunday, May 1</strong>, the industry is abuzz today over which actors were submitted for a pre-nomination for the "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," presented by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). With at least two actors per show for each category (exception being Supporting Actress) several of daytime television's biggest and brightest stars are looking to vie for the coveted trophy that celebrates their hard work during calendar year 2015.
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."