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Days of our Lives 50th Anniversary Party Video: From the Red Carpet To Inside The Celebration Featuring Salem's Finest!

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Last weekend in Hollywood (Sat. November 7th), Days of our Lives threw one fabulous shindig to celebrate and ring in their 50th anniversary at the legendary Hollywood Palladium.

Throughout this entire week, DAYS has been celebrating on-air with major dramatic episodes, and with their fans at the annual Day of DAYS event this weekend.  To mark the occasion of their once-in-a-lifetime celebration, where some of Salem’s finest and most notable past and present came together for one special night, the iconic series has posted a sizzle reel and inside look containing some of the hightlights from the night including soundbytes with: Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, Kristian Alfonso, Chandler Massey, Joe Mascolo, Thaao Penghlis, Billy Flynn, Galen Gering, Arianne Zucker, Suzanne Rogers, Melissa Reeves, Eric Martsolf, James Reynolds, Ken Corday, Maree Cheatham, Melissa Reeves, Eileen Davidson, Alison Sweeney, Christie Clark, Kate Mansi, Patrick Muldoon and more.  Plus, a look at a few of the moments and performances inside the party featuring: Stephen Nichols, Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes, Eric Martsolf, a celebratory toast led by Ken Corday, and much more.

While fans were in the bleachers watching the red carpet arrivals on DAYS biggest night, one of them enscapsulated the sentiments shared by many longtime viewers of what the series means to them.  And then to pay tribute to the longest running scripted series in NBC Television history, which has lasted an astounding 50 years, several cast members each gave a very special anniversary shout-out to their show.

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Watch Days of our Lives 50th anniversary party video celebration after the jump!  Then share with us your favorite moment from it!

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blake
blake

This is great, thanks for sharing this. I saw the pics before but it’s nice to feel like you are there. It’s great seeing the current and former stars there.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

Days is good right now and suspenseful but its a little too violent…..show needs some lighter moments and comic relief to help balance the show with so much gloom and doom in just about every episode! Too much depressing news in the real world as it is-i need my daily escape and im not finding it here! Still like the show and its the best right now!

Richard O.
Richard O.

Thanks for giving us an inside scoop on the celebration. The show is on fire right now and I hope it’s on for many more years to come! Long live Days!!

elm51
elm51

thank you!

Linda
Linda

Thank you so much for sharing this Mr. Michael! Was at Citiwalk Saturday, but this was so much better!

Nathan
Nathan

Thank you for posting this. So glad Days reached 50 and to see all the actors saluting the show. They all seem to be in such great spirits. For the past few years (after my beloved GL and ATWT got cancelled), Days has been the soap for me.

MBmomof3
MBmomof3

A lovely, joyful celebration. Well-deserved. Thank you for sharing.

Iakovos
Iakovos

AWESOME! this is what a daytime drama should be. Admittedly a little dark and violent, but so suspenseful and, from my study (am relatively new to DAYS since the cancellations of my favorites few years back), true to families and history. The genre is not dead. Never was.

kathy
kathy

What a great party for the cast and crew to celebrate the 50th milestone. Thanks for including comments from Suzanne Rogers – my all time favorite.

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Days of our Lives Celebrates 54th Anniversary (Photos)

Last Friday, Days of our Lives celebrated yet another amazing milestone in their storied soap history. The long-running NBC daytime drama series turned 54- years young.

To ring in the anniversary, the cast, crew and behind the scenes creatives including head writer, Ron Carlivati and NBC executive, Bruce Evans were on-hand.

DAYS executive producer Ken Corday made a speech filled with history and ‘thank you’s’, and Bruce Evans reminded everyone of how important the characters and the show is, and how it has touched so many lives from generation to generation.

From speeches, to a cake-cutting ceremony, posing for pics, to a tasty green room filled with fun food, the cast patted each other on the back for a job well-done as the show is now breaking new ground with the time-jump that kicked off Friday and plays out more this week and beyond.

Check out some of the celebration in our photo gallery below.

Then, share your congrats to DAYS and what it has meant to you on their 54th anniversary via the comment section,

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Days of our Lives Blockbuster Flash-Forward Promo: Where Are Your Favorites One-Year Later?

Every year at the annual NBC Day of Days event at Universal City, California’s CityWalk, fans in attendance are treated to the premiere of the extended and exciting promo of what’s to come in story in the weeks ahead.

But this year, the promo was even more exciting because it revealed pieces and teases of what’s happened in Salem and to your favorite characters within the one-year time jump that began on last Friday’s episode when Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) woke up out of her coma and learned from Jack (Matt Ashford) that she had been asleep for a year! And … thus begins a daytime first for a drama series.

In the DAYS November sweeps promo, viewers see that Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) have their baby and so does apparently, Eric (Greg Vaughan) and Sarah (Linsey Godfrey).  Then. Jack says to Abigail (Kate Mansi) that she is her number one reporter, while Victor (John Aniston) tells Ciara (Victoria Konefal) she is the future of the family.  Elsewhere, it looks like Kate (Lauren Koslow) is waiting tables?

Meanwhile, Sonny (Freddie Smith) says “I miss him, I miss him a lot.” Who is he referring to? Clyde (James Read) is back and looks to be in an adjoining cell with his son, Ben Weston (Rob Scott Wilson)!  Also in prison are the ladies, Hattie Adams (Deidre Hall) and none other than Eve (Kassie DePaiva)

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Then, Gabi (Camila Banus) and Eli (Lamon Archey) are making out and apparently things have heated up between them, once again, and Princess Gina (Kristian Alfonso) is still looming.  Will she come between John (Drake Hogestyn) and Marlena (Deidre Hall), and will Jennifer remember that Gina pushed her of the balcony a year ago?

Watch the promo for the time-jump below.  Then, let us know what story you are looking forward to most, and finding out how it plays out via the comment section below.

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Networks To Preempt Daytime Programming For Donald Trump Impeachment Hearing Coverage

Just as your favorite soaps are kicking into high gear for November sweeps next week, comes the news that due to the House public impeachment hearings on President Donald Trump, daytime programming will endure several pre-mptions starting with the first two on Wednesday November 13th and Friday, November 15th.

CBS was the first network to announce their plans for their extensive coverage, and according to the Washington Post all other networks have followed suit.  By this move by the networks it gives the hearing some extra weight and exposure to the American voters and viewing audience.

So far, leading network coverage for CBS will be reportedly anchored by Norah O’Donnell and for ABC George Stephanopoulos.

On Wednesday, the hearings begin at 10am EST, the second is scheduled for Friday beginning at 11am EST.

William Taylor, the U.S. diplomat in the Ukraine, is scheduled to testify Wednesday and on Friday Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, is scheduled to testify.

The networks are expecting big numbers for covering the hearings, as they have in the past for impeachment proceedings and hearings.

No word yet how the soaps plan for you to see the episodes that don’t air at their regularly scheduled times, or if it shifts your soap viewing schedule by several days.

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Nevertheless not great timing when the soaps are revving up their stories to make you tune-in for not-to-be missed episodes.

So, what are your thoughts on what the Impeachment hearings could mean for daytime dramas in in the weeks ahead? Comment below.

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