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BREAKING NEWS: Days of our Lives Ending Its Run on NBC, Moving to Peacock Starting in September

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In a major move, Days of our Lives, the longest-running scripted series of all-time on NBC, is exiting the television network and will now be in its new home on the NBCUniversal streaming platform, Peacock.

The shift marks the end of DAYS’ nearly 57 year-run on broadcast television. Days of our Lives debuted on NBC back on November 8th, 1965.

Look for all-new episodes daily of the series to begin on Peacock starting on September 12th, along with the show’s library already available to stream for Peacock Premium subscribers.  According to a press release from Peacock, “The historic move to Peacock creates the ultimate destination for daytime fans to access the library, new episodes and Peacock Original Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem in one place.”

In its place, NBC will fill the daytime drama’s current timeslot with NBC News Now, an hour-long news show anchored by Kate Snow, Aaron Gilchrist, Vicky Nguyen and Morgan Radford. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC affiliates will also have the option to add local news to the hour.

In a statement, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming chairman Mark Lazarus shares: “This programming shift benefits both Peacock and NBC and is reflective of our broader strategy to utilize our portfolio to maximize reach and strengthen engagement. With a large percentage of the Days of Our Lives audience already watching digitally, this move enables us to build the show’s loyal fanbase on streaming while simultaneously bolstering the network daytime offering with an urgent, live programming opportunity for partners and consumers.”

NBC’s decision means it leaves only three daytime soaps on American broadcast TV: General Hospital, The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. 

DAYS has found recent streaming success with its limited-series, Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem Chapters 1 and 2, which introduced the viewing audience to the Peacock platform.

To watch Days of our Lives on Peacock, you will need a premium-tier paid subscription at $4.99 per month. The service offers an an ad-free experience at $9.99 per month.

We will have more on this developing story.

So, what do you think of NBC removing DAYS from its daytime line-up, while moving it to their owned-streaming platform, Peacock? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Ramona Farthing
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Ramona Farthing

I can’t believe it!!!!

Nancy
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Nancy

In Canada we dont have access to peacock this makes me very sad

Satan
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Satan

Since Days airs on the Global network in Canada and NBC has nothing to do with that, it’s up to Global to decide whether or not they’re going to keep airing the program during the daytime, or stream it on their app.

Same with any other countries where it might be airing… whomever has the distribution rights for that country will have to determine whether they want to keep it on the air or go to strictly streaming.

Huntress
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Huntress

NBC will cease production and distribution. You will have to view it via Peacock network which Canada does not get.

TVJeff
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TVJeff

NBC isn’t the producer, Sony is. Satan is right – Sony will continue selling international rights. There’s no reason to believe anything will change for our friends to the north.

Deb
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Deb

I certainly hope nothing changes up here

Jeanette
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Jeanette

Thanks for this info! You have made my day, as a huge, long, long time DOOL fan in Canada! Keeping fingers crossed it remains on Global.

Steve
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Steve

NBC only has distribution rights in the US. Sony licenses DAYS internationally (including via Global in Canada). Production is controlled by Corday – not NBC.

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

If you’re in Canada you’ll likely continue to see it on Global as that’s a separate deal from the US deal with NBC. That’s up to Sony if Global gets to keep airing it which I believe they will.

Debra Docherty
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Debra Docherty

Hope so

Gayle Kindurys
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Gayle Kindurys

Hoping global will continue to carry it! I’ve watched Days for years and still very much enjoy that hour every day . Please global !!

Giselle Russell
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Giselle Russell

Thanks for clarifying this I was wondering about what would happen in Canada.

Dina Wilson
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Dina Wilson

Since Peacock is not available in Canada I hope Days of Our Lives can remain om Global. I’ve been watching it for years. I would hate to see it go

Pamela French
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Pamela French

I suppose I won’t be watching.
Will continue to watch the young and restless, the bold and beautiful and general hospital

JK
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JK

I WILL JOIN THE CLUB THAT IS NOT WATCHING STARTING TOMORROW! FEEL SORRY FOR SOME OF THE ACTORS BUT STORY LINES ARE HORRIBLE…..

Trevor
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Trevor

It’s called YouTube the next day. Why would you wanna see this crap??

Satan
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Satan

Why would you want to watch that crap on YouTube? It’s always poorly edited. 9 times out of 10 you think you’re getting a full episode, but it’s really just the first 15 minutes, repeated 5 times. The audio always sounds like a steaming pile of dragonshit. And sometimes they even shrink the video down to 1/5 the size of the YouTube screen and fill the rest of it up with some silly flashing animations which at best are horribly distracting, and at worst, probably cause epileptic seizures. And don’t even get me started on the crappy Russian bootleg videos… Read more »

Kristin
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Kristin

From what I read on several facebook groups Global is going to continue airing it

Robin pavlovsky
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Robin pavlovsky

It sucks makes me sad I’ve been watching Days of our lives sense I was a teenager it’s my favorite soap opera why are they taking it off NBC and putting it on peacock

Rob
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Rob

Because it will presumably be more of an asset to Peacock than to NBC. It will have a change to attract new viewers who only watch streaming with the hope that we older viewers will move over. Fortunately, my cable provider is Comcast so I get Peacock for free. So I will not miss a beat.

Kathy
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Kathy

Same here, it’s not fair to us long time watchers

carol green
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carol green

Days is my favorite show.Scr-w peacock.this makes me very angry.

Dianne Eskew
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Dianne Eskew

Guess I will quit watching!!

Mary Pimentel
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Mary Pimentel

I doubt I will be watching. Not going to pay for this the story lines are not with my time or money. Y&R has caught my interest and enjoy much more.

Eileen Sondey
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Eileen Sondey

Me too. I feel bad

Dianne Eskew
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Dianne Eskew

Guess I will watch something else. Don’t have Peacock.

TVJeff
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TVJeff

Do you enjoy Days? If so, spend $4.99/m. What will you need to give up per month to afford that? 1 drink at Starbucks?

Amanda
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Amanda

So what if we don’t buy Starbucks? NBC is free. $4.99 a month is not free

Garcia
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Garcia

NBC is getting rid of a lot of programs. I would rather watch Peacock then NBC you have so much more to watch. They should have keep Days for all the years loyal watchers have watched days they let us all down. We had to watch it at 1 am or record it for quit awhile now. Why be loyal to N B C when they let us down along time ago.

Patti
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Patti

I don’t do Starbucks! I’m a senior citizen on a fixed income and can’t afford any more monthly bills. So after all these years I guess I will have to say goodbye to DOOL for good!

Toni
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Toni

Agree, seniors on a fixed income can’t afford.

Brian
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Brian

Oh stop!! It’s $5 per month.. take a shorter shower

JOHN GAINOR
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JOHN GAINOR

I have been watching it on PEACOCK for quite a few years now….because I work during the day. PEACOCK is free, but now I guess the small basic package is 4.99 a month, which good grief is NOTHING really – I may however cancel some of my other packages like NETFLIX which I hardly like every watch –

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Brian, I tend to agree BUT Iam also a senior citizen and live on S.S and Medicare. I sit on my butt all day, no choice and TV is my one luxury. I pay quite a lot for Cable TV service including WiFi internet, telephone and Recorder. It aIso includes Peacock and other streaming Apps. which I hardly watch. I did watch the Beyond Salem stuff but because you can’t record Peacock I doubt that I’ll watch when Days switches over, I think the SLs are so crazy and boring that I’d rather quit watching than to be held hostage… Read more »

Rob
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Rob

But you said you already have Peacock, right? So continuing with DAYS means you just have to punch different buttons. That is all. And you can watch it any time you wish that day, and you will have fewer commercials, a perfect picture, and no news bulletins interrupting and pre-empting. No advertisements for Americas Got Talent popping up at the bottom of the picture. A better experience.

Kathy
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Kathy

With all prices going up, it is hard to come up with $5 If $5 isn’t a lot, can we count on you to pay it for us??!!! Sounds like you can afford it. Take a shorter shower!

Mindy
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Mindy

It’s $5 now but it will be $10 then $20 just like Netflix ! Remember when Netflix was cheap ! I think someone should come up with an affordable package with the things you want to watch instead of 300 Chanel’s of crap and mostly infomercials. I have HBO and it’s all crap. To get good movies you have to pay for HBO max.

Jaime
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Jaime

Unless Alex is quickly removed why waste the money? Characters who are nothing more than walking egos do not exactly make one’s day.

Lee
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Lee

On fixed income too. Can’t afford more bills. Can only have necessities

Clay Wisner
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Clay Wisner

My mother is in the same boat. She is not going to pay for a streaming app and watch tv on a computer. This is a poor way to treat decades-long viewers. All for a useless news program.

Sue cline
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Sue cline

I agree….money money money. That’s what it’s all about..By the time people start paying for the channels…the bill for watching anything will cost too much!!! It’s not fair to us older people .food Gas and now entertainment going up up up! Ridiculous!!!

Eileen Sondey
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Eileen Sondey

Agree

PAUL WILLIAMS
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PAUL WILLIAMS

And I sure won’t be watching that useless news show! Sorry, NBC, but you won’t have anything in the daytime anymore, and this will come back to bite you! Sorry move here!

Rob R
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Rob R

If she truly enjoys the show, you could buy her a set-top box for about $25 (a great Christmas gift) and hook it to the same TV she watches, not a computer. I agree $5 a month sucks compared to free, but that is 25 cents for an episode.

Davenport
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Davenport

Good!!! What would you possibly enjoy about this show anymore????

Linda
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Linda

If u can get Peacock it is free

davlestev1
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davlestev1

NBC isn’t stupid. This was the plan all along to bolster Peacock subscription services. Sure, Days will lose some viewers and they’ll gain some viewers. It will be easier to cancel the show altogether from Peacock by 2025 without much blowback as it’s essentially cancelled anyway now. For 5$ Peacock has a lot to offer including big Hollywood new movies which land there after release and some while in theatres. Like Jordan Peele’s latest big budget Nope. That will stream first on Peacock some time in September. I personally like the fact i can stream back a couple of years… Read more »

robbie
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robbie

2025? I predict Days won’t last more than a year on Peacock. By this time next year we might be saying goodbye to Day for good.

Mindy
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Mindy

I just started watching it I always had to work and always recorded the other soaps.

Sharlene McBride
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Sharlene McBride

We don’t get Peacock in Canada

TVJeff
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TVJeff

No impact in Canada. NBC has nothing to do with the rights in Canada. Sony sells them

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

DAYS will remain on Global as Sony makes that deal not NBC.

april.snow@hotmail. com
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april.snow@hotmail. com

I guess I’ll have to just stop watching!’n

carol green
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carol green

This stinks.Can we watch it on the pc?

Satan
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Satan

Peacock is how we see the show down here in Hell these days anyway, so I’m OK with it. But it might feel like a slap in the face to some of the older mortals who have been watching Days since 1965 and – at that age – might not exactly be the most tech – savvy people on Earth. And Hell forbid that they have a cable company other than Scumcast and would actually have to pay for Peacock. It’s been rumored that this was their plan along, so hardly shocking. But as it is with most things involving… Read more »

Gina
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Gina

Exactly! My friend watches daily and she doesn’t have a computer. She actually calls the internet “that computer”. I dread telling her this. She’s almost 68 and no knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, etc.

Linda
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Linda

I feel bad for the ones that have to pay.Especially the ones who can’t afford pretty much anything.

Charlott Harris
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Charlott Harris

Well said!!!

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

The older audiences deserved to see it stay on NBC as networks are getting too ridiculous on how they’re moving everything to streaming like Dancing with the Stars a show clearly made for broadcast is moving to Disney+ in September as well. I think a lot of people will not subscribe to Peacock for the show and it will be forgotten and be cancelled.

Janette Anne McIntosh
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Janette Anne McIntosh

Sucks. Since we don’t get Peacock in Canada.

TVJeff
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TVJeff

No impact in Canada. Sony sells the rights to a Canadian broadcaster. NBC has nothing to do with it.

Deb
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Deb

Hopefully there is no change ip here

Lee Hassinger
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Lee Hassinger

Now that it’s moving to Peacock are we going to have to pay for it or is it going to continue to be free on Peacock?

Morgan
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Morgan

Article above says:

“To watch Days of our Lives on Peacock, you will need a premium-tier paid subscription at $4.99 per month. The service offers an an ad-free experience at $9.99 per month.”

Hopefully they’ll change their mind.

JOHN GAINOR
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JOHN GAINOR

I doubt they will change their minds, this is the wave of the future, streaming. For a while, PEACOCK basic was free – now if you want to see the show there’s a small monthly fee but I watch PEACOCK every day because I also like DATELINE and other shows. Streaming is what it’s all about now –

Morgan
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Morgan

Yes, I’m afraid you’re right about that. Everything seems to be going to streaming services. Internet service is terrible in our rural area so I’d hate to pay for a streaming service that may or may not work. Our wifi and cable goes out often.

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Lee Hassinger
I’ve been putting off contacting my Cable Co. Peacock and others are included in my Cable Service and watched Beyond Salem, why would there be an added charge for the daily version.

Rob
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Rob

If you watched Beyond Salem without paying extra, then you wont have to pay extra for Days Of Our Lives. You already are being given Peacock Premium by your cable service

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Rob
It’s you again, thanks so much.

April Snow
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April Snow

Guess I’ll just stop watching

Deborah Baker
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Deborah Baker

So now if you want to watch Days, you have to pay to steam the show, when we already pay such high prices for cable. Not fair to the older generation who have been fans fir 50 plus years, seriously.

Oomah Durham
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Oomah Durham

EXACTLY !!!

Tammy
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Tammy

I agree with you totally

Sandy
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Sandy

I agree. Most of us can’t afford any more bills, so I guess it’s goodbye to Days. And another thing we don’t understand “streaming” and the new technology

Me
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Me

Totally agree!! The long time viewers helped build this show and keep it going! Now NBC turns their back on us. All morning is already filled with news and now one more hour of it!! Paying crazy money for cable to watch tv for some entertainment and now who has the money to pay for a bunch of different streaming services to watch what has been free on tv for decades. Even if you cut cable every show you watch is on a different paid service. You save nothing and could actually end up paying more. Not everyone has the… Read more »

Mindy
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Mindy

In the 60s tv was free with an antenna and they said tv would always be free. We only had a few channels with good programs. Why do they need 300 plus channels of crap !

Dee
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Dee

After 40+ yrs of watching it faithfully, I guess I will be done. Not paying for yet another streaming service just to watch it.

Patricia
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Patricia

Unbelievable. Not paying so guess I’m done watching. Sad

Csrole
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Csrole

I think we are in a sad world where you have to pay more money to watch TV shows you have enjoyed for over 50 years. Money hungry nets works do not care about their faithful audience

Shauna McDaniel
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Shauna McDaniel

Totally agree!

Carol
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Carol

Absolutely!!!

Lila Moslander
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Lila Moslander

I am very sorry to hear this. You are forgetting about your longtime viewers. Not all of us want to stream for one show. Will miss my Days family

VioletLemm
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VioletLemm

Lila Moslander
Iam lucky to have Peacock and other streaming included on my Cable service, but just know that subscribing for $4.99 a month includes dozens of movies, loads of T.V shows, kids shows, Disney, etc. You are not just subscribing to DOOL. People need to look into this service before putting the kibosh on it. There might be some other thing you are willing to let go for $5 a month.

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

Most people can’t afford it even at $5 bucks, it’s a bad move from NBC, they need to change their minds and leave it on the main network.

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

That’s fine for those who have money but some of us are on fixed incomes and while I spent the $5 to watch Beyond Salem that was a once a year thing, cancelled immediately afterwards. Older viewers will drop off from the show, newer viewers won’t show up and I am predicting the show will be gone entirely within a year.

Patti
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Patti

I agree! The audience is made up of mostly people who have watched for many years or from the beginning. This will hurt the ratings and the show will sadly be gone forever.

Diane
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Diane

I think it stinks, Now we have to pay for streaming one of are longtime soap. I for one can’t afford to pay another cost to watch TV. This soap will not last if fans of this soap have to pay to watch peacock streaming & in Canada we don’t get it. People are already Suffering enough with paying for gas food living expenses what do you expect them to do thanks a lot

Sandy
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Sandy

Totally agree

Gail
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Gail

Agree 100%

Proctor Rogers
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Proctor Rogers

NBC regrets not cancelling the show and is trying to save face. I am guessing the show will be officially done within 2 years. The only saving grace will be that streaming platform numbers have lower expectations. Still, this is awful for the genre. I am thankful that I don’t watch DOOL. Now I will be waiting for Y&R to go to Paramount +.

Kathy Little
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Kathy Little

I am very upset by this decision. I look forward to watching each day when I eat lunch. Boooooo….

Lisa
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Lisa

I agree!! I did same thing!!

Cindy
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Cindy

Will not be able to watch on Peacock.

Ray
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Ray

I have mixed feelings about the decision. I don’t think DOOL’s older audience is into streaming. I have to question if this will give the show a larger budget for new sets, actor’s salaries, etc. It is hard to think a show that has been on at 1:00 p.m. (1:30 when it was 30 minutes) since I was three years old will no longer be there. There is a part of me that feels the same way I did AMC and OLTL was cancelled, except I have the option to watch it on Peacock. I don’t need to see NBC… Read more »

Satan
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Satan

If the AMC “reboot” ever becomes a real thing, it’s probably going to be associated with ABC… which would mean it’s going to stream on Hulu, not Peacock.

Morgan
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Morgan

I agree with all of this! It seems like it will be straight news 24/7 now!
I’m still saddened by the canceling of OLTL & AMC. I wondered how the AMC reboot was coming along.

Patti
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Patti

It’s all fake news anyway! I gave up watching that crap a long time ago!

Morgan
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Morgan

You’re exactly right, Patti!

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

Yeah, I’m concerned about this move because the older audiences are not going to subscribe to Peacock. DAYS was easy to access everyday on NBC and they’ve taken that away. I hope DAYS can continue past season 60 but I doubt it. Hopefully, at the very least NBC can develop a new soap for DAYS.

I do want to see AMC still rebooted, unfortunately Disney still owns it so I hope ABC does everybody a solid and replaces GMA 3 with it soon.

Satan
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Satan

The AMC reboot being discussed would be a prime time show, airing once a week. So that would not be replacing any existing ABC daytime shows.

And like most primetime shows, I’m guessing it would be 10 – 13 episodes the first season, and if successful they might build up to 20 – 24 episode seasons like most of your long running prime time network shows do. Either way, odds are, you wouldn’t be seeing it this time of year (unless you like reruns)

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

I agree with many of your points, especially an unhappiness with the campy and sci-fi storytelling on Days ): They got away from that garbage for a few months but now it is back in full awful force! I will miss the show but it’s time to say goodbye for good to Days!

Patti
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Patti

Why can’t it just be on Regular FREE Peacock?

Rob
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Rob

I will still watch DAYS on Peacock at 1 pm, even though I know I can watch it anytime. During the Olympics I watched old episodes of DAYS during lunch just for fun.

jckucera
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jckucera

I have watched it since the first episode . So sad as Canada doesn’t get peacock tv . Will not watch NBC ever again

Steve
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Steve

See other responses about NBC not controlling distribution outside of US. Sony handles that with Global in Canada for example.

Helen D
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Helen D

This sucks royally!!!

carol green
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carol green

I agree.Days is my favorite show and I used it to relax me.Kind of like to keep me company.

Patricia Benford
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Patricia Benford

I hate that this is going to Peacock. This is my favorite soap.

Ros
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Ros

My favorite soap for over 50 yrs, thanks a lot,I am 79 and can’t afford another $5.00 out. I won’t be able to watch anymore, I’d tather it just end than tease us with of first pls that can’t afford it nope to you all and then move again and hanks a lot!!!!

Rae Kingsbury
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Rae Kingsbury

In Canada we don’t have access to peacock. I’m not happy about . I have been watching from the first day

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

You’ll be okay in Canada, it’s still going to air on Global, this is just for US audiences.

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

In other words we Americans would need to move to Canada to watch Days without having to pay even more money than we already are paying for television! Good grief! (;

Satan
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Satan

Well…. if you live in a northern border state, you could always ask the cable company to pick up Global, if they don’t already carry it. I spent a lot of time up in the Pacific NW when I was making all those deals in the 1990s (Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks, various grunge bands, etc) and I remember the cable companies up there had the CBC network, which was great because I had a son who was playing hockey at the time (yeah I know, don’t ask me how that happened… ice and all that). Can’t remember if they had other… Read more »

Pat
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Pat

That stinks

Diane Wagner
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Diane Wagner

This sucks!! I don’t have $5.00 a month as I’ve been out of work a long time…so I guess Days just lost a loyal fan….tsk tsk tsk

Brenda Emery
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Brenda Emery

I have watched days of our lives since previewed I was 12 years old do the math I am now 69 I will not pay to watch. So I guess Sept Day’s will be coming to a end!!!!! I just can’t believe it I think there’s too many young kids making these very stupid decisions.

C yeo
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C yeo

In Canada no access to Peacock after all theses years a loyal watcher they do this goodbye

Kristin
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Kristin

I’m in Canada also,it will still be aired here on global

D
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D

Time to watch a new soap!

Kbell
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Kbell

Gh is amazing! At consider at least checking out?

Satan
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Satan

Which parallel universe are you getting GH from?

On earth and in Hell, it’s been treading water since last Thanksgiving or so.

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

GH is the best of the four remaining shows. Yes, there are problems with it, mainly Sonny and Carly, but so much of it is great! The past week or so it has been fantastic! It’s the only show I might consider paying $5 more a month to see…

JK
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JK

General hiospital puts the other soaps to shame right now….watch and you will forget about DAYS…..do check it out!

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

I agree – have you ever noticed all of the people who swear that GH is terrible don’t actually watch the show?

Satan
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Satan

Granted, it was good to see Esme fly off the parapet, and for Spencer to FINALLY speak up about Esme’s guilt & Trina’s innocence. But other than that, I’m seeing nothing but too many newbies, way too much Nina, and pretty much everybody being written out of character to accommodate the too much Nina. Not coincidentally, it all went to Hell in a hand basket (and not in a good way) right about the time they threw Jason under the bus AGAIN. Or maybe the first hints of it were when they threw Luke under the bus… without him even… Read more »

richard w griffin
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richard w griffin

Nina is my favorite character! There is way way way too much Carly and Sonny, and I really wish they would be gone from the show. And good riddance to Jason, so glad he’s gone and I hope he never returns!

D
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D

Time to watch something else

JMR
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JMR

A lot of people get Peacock movies on their TV, now they have to upgrade to watch Days. You will loose a lot of viewers. I’ve been watching for over 40 years. Very sad

carol green
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carol green

Me to.This is sad and it makes me very angry .

Melanie
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Melanie

We don’t have peacock in Canada what about those who don’t that’s not fair to the loyal fans who watch

Deb
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Deb

According to some it doesn’t affect viewers in canada who watch on Global Sony has international viewing rights not NBC, so they said nothing should change for viewing in Canada, hopefully

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

It’s going to remain on Global in Canada, this is just for US audieneces.

Barbara Smith
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Barbara Smith

Not everyone can afford Peacock. I have been watching this show since the early 70’s. I hope they change their mind and stay on NBC.

carol green
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carol green

me to this whole thing smells.

Vicki Van Gilder
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Vicki Van Gilder

This is terrible. Not far to us elderly!

Nicole Garcia
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Nicole Garcia

I’ve watched Days of our Lives for 50 years. It’s sad to see them go to a streaming service. I won’t pay for another service. I’m sorry to say goodbye to Days. I can finally dump Direct TV because watching my soaps was the last reason to have satellite TV.

Sarah Hollis
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Sarah Hollis

Well, that stinks! I’ve been watching since the late 60s. I doubt if I pay to watch a show I’ve been enjoying free for so long! It’s a shame these people are so greedy to take away perhaps the only pleasure some older people have. Shame on you!!

carol green
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carol green

I am one of those elderly people and I am fed up.This show needs to stay on NBC not peacock.There is a petition u can find it and sign it to keep days on.NBC.I already signed it.

Greg
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Greg

This sounds like the beginning of the end for the show. Not everyone has access to Peacock so the audience will shrink even further. I live in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada and will never be able to see the show again. Too bad.

Joel
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Joel

I live in Montreal. Like someone else commented, the production company, SONY handles distribution so maybe Global will make a deal to still carry the show.

Deb
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Deb

It’s reported this doesn’t affect Canada which is on Global and the international rights are from Sony not NBC

Robbie Davis
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Robbie Davis

I think it’s a bad decision and gna hurt a lot of the lifelong watchers!!! A lot of the older watchers don’t have Peacock and don’t know anything about it!!!!

Jeannette Reynolds
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Jeannette Reynolds

Everybody can’t afford to pay that extra.

Kathy Andrews
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Kathy Andrews

Unf’n believable! I’m not paying to watch it so I guess I won’t be watching any longer. I’ve watched since day 1!

Will miss days
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Will miss days

Good by —days. Hate to see you go. Another pleasure taken away!!! And as far as new show on NBC- no thanks!! Not interested!! Guess I’ll be reading !!!!

carol green
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carol green

THey will just put another stupid Talk Show on .I wont watch it.

Laurie Moore
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Laurie Moore

I think it’s ridiculous. They just want to make money.

Nolongerloyal
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Nolongerloyal

I will NOT be paying to watch on Peacock. So long DOOL! I watch it free on peacock now. So they are going to try to force us to pay? No Thanks.

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Nolongerloyal
Don’t understand. If you are watching it for free, why would you have to pay when it’s on Peacock, which I think it is already. They always say if you miss it today you can always watch it the next day on Peacock.

robbie
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robbie

Because Days will be on Peacock premium, so you will have to pay to watch it starting in September. It will not be free to watch

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Robbie
I don’t think this is true. Why are we all making these suppositions, can’t those of us who have Cable Service just call and ask. I don’t know anything about cableless TV,

Holly forbes
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Holly forbes

This is blantant money move to which most viewers will no longer be able to watch..distgusting after giving you nbc n the actors loyal viewing for 50 years..glad alice horton isn’t around to see her salem ruined by corporate greed

Pam
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Pam

Don’t like this move at all. I shouldn’t have to pay to see Days of Our Lives!!

Janie Hisler
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Janie Hisler

Not a Happy Camper although NBC always interrupted its broadcast alot for News stories Goverment news all the time…so does that surprise me, no! BUT am I Madd yes … I already pay streaming services alot, of money now have to pay for another service just to watch that one show !
I live on a fixed income and Heat & Gas & Food it’s really hard to get by…Boo NBC…..!

Patricia Williams
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Patricia Williams

I am so upset. This has been my favorite show since a little girl. Can’t believe NBC is dropping it for Peacock. This is so sad!

Hello Larry
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Hello Larry

Try to cutoff some of those services don’t fall into this corporate evil structure that they’ve created with streaming. It’s not worth it at all.

Boyer
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Boyer

This doesn’t sound right to me. Usually they announce this kind of change long in advance. Let’s hope this is a hoax.

Kbell
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Kbell

It’s not unfortunately

Cathy
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Cathy

This is terrible news. I’ve been watching days for 49 years and now besides a cable bill I have to pay more to watch days. Im not happy and guess I’ll have to give up days. Can’t afford all this. This realy is heartbreaking

Pansy
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Pansy

Not happy and probably won’t watch anymore. The writers have been killing the storyline anyway so I don’t see the show lasting much longer. And I’m one of the ones who watched DOOL from day one.

Marianne Carlson
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Marianne Carlson

Not happy. Should not have to pay to watch this show. I have been watching this show for many years.

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Anne Heche ‘Not Expected to Survive’; Suffered Severe Brain Injury From Fiery Crash

In just heartbreaking news, Daytime Emmy-winner, Anne Heche (Ex-Vicky/Marley, Another World), is not expected to survive after days in the hospital following being severely burned in a fiery car crash when her vehicle struck a home in Mar Vista, California last Friday.

According to family and friends of the motion picture and television star in a statement, “Unfortunately, due to her accident, Anne Heche suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and remains in a coma, in critical condition. She is not expected to survive. It has long been her choice to donate her organs and she is being kept on life support to determine if any are viable.”  Deadline notes, the actress will be taken off life-support.

The statement went on to say, “We want to thank everyone for their kind wishes and prayers for Anne’s recovery and thank the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses that cared for Anne at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital.  More than her extraordinary talent, she saw spreading kindness and joy as her life’s work — especially moving the needle for acceptance of who you love. She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and dearly missed for her light.”

There are plans for Heche to get an Honor Walk, which is a hero’s goodbye donor patients receive by hospital staff as they are wheeled into the operating room in their final journey.

Heche will be featured on Lifetime’s Girl in Room 13, set to premiere this fall in September. Lifetime’s Executive VP  and head of programming, Amy Winter, revealed earlier this week at the TCA press tour, “As many of you know, Anne remains in critical condition and all of us here at Lifetime are deeply concerned for her and everyone affected. This project is important to Anne, along with each and every one of us. We all sought to make a film that would bring attention to this appalling issue of human sex trafficking.”

In addition, TMZ had reported that following toxicology reports, Cocaine was found in Heche’s system following the crash. They also found fentanyl. However,  sources say fentanyl can often be used as a pain medication in hospitals, so there is no confirmation that it was in Anne’s system at the time of the crash.

Anne was an amazing actress with such a tortured life.  We send thoughts and prayers to all her loved ones during this difficult time.  Share your thoughts on the latest update on Anne in the comment section below.

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Anne Heche in “Extremely Critical Condition”; Still in Coma Following Fiery Car Crash

Although earlier reports over the weekend had soap opera alum and Daytime Emmy-winner, Anne Heche (Ex-Vicky/Marley, Another World) in stable condition following crashing her car into a home, on Monday an update on her condition looked more grim.

According to a statement provided to Deadline by Heche’s rep: “At this time Anne is in extreme critical condition. She has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention. She is in a coma and has not regained consciousness since shortly after the accident.”

Since last Friday, Heche has been hospitalized following a harrowing incident where she crashed her car which caught fire into a private home in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles.

In addition, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Annie Hernandez told City News Service that investigators obtained a warrant for a blood draw from Heche.

Over the last few days, a new episode of Heche’s podcast “Better Together” with her co-host Heather Duffy was released, which showed the actress slurring her speech.

Erroneous reports said that the podcast which dropped on Friday, was also recorded that day, and that Heche had been drinking prior to her accident during the show.  However, it has come to light that Heche taped that episode last Tuesday, not the day of the crash.

Share your thoughts and prayers for Anne as we continue to monitor and update the situation on the film and TV star, via the comment section below.

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Anne Heche in Critical Condition After Fiery Car Crash

UPDATED: TV and film star, and Another World alum, Anne Heche (Ex-Vicky/Marley) is in critical condition following a harrowing and fiery car crash in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon.

“Anne is in the ICU, she’s lucky to be alive. She has severe burns and has a long recovery ahead. Her team and her family are still trying to process what led up to the crash,” a source close to the actress revealed to CNN on Saturday morning.

According to reports and video obtained by TMZ, Heche was driving at lighting speed and crashed twice in a residential area of Mar Vista.  In the initial crash, Anne, who was driving a Mini Cooper slammed into the garage of an apartment complex. Residents attempted to get Anne out of the vehicle but she put her car in reverse and then sped away.  Next, she crashed into a home, which ignited a fire, and the fire engulfed the entire home.  However, Anne was severely burned in the fire and taken out by ambulance in a stretcher.

According to Los Angeles Fire Department Capt Erik Scott: “We had a significant traffic collision, we had entrapment of a woman inside that, we had car that erupted into fire, and then we had a home that had significant fire that is red tagged. It’s at this point destroyed.”

Heche is currently in a Los Angeles hospital, and had to be intubated following being severely burned.

Soaps fans know that Anne won a Daytime Emmy for her dual roles on Another World and played Vicky and Marley Hudson from 1987-2001.  She has also appeared in the films, Donnie Brasco, Six Days Seven Nights, Wag the Dog. and more.  On television, Heche has appeared in the last few years on: Dancing with the Stars, Quantico and Chicago P.D.

We will continue to monitor this developing story.

So, what do you think of the fiery crash involving Anne? Send your thoughts and prayers her way via the comment section below.  But first, watch this news report from KTLA channel 5 in Los Angeles who were on the scene of the crash.

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