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Days of our Lives Episodes Offered On ‘Peacock’ Streaming Service One Day After Air On NBC

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On Wednesday, Peacock the new NBCUniversal streaming service expanded its reach nationwide. Peacock will offer 13,000 hours on its free tier and 20,000 hours on its subscription level, sourced from a range of networks and studios both inside and outside of NBCU. Nine Peacock Original movies and shows are available at launch, with others following through the end of the year.

According to Deadline,  The Premium tier costs $5 a month, though some distribution partners (and Comcast) are bundling it at no extra cost to customers, at least on an extended-trial basis. Regardless of the price they pay for Premium, subscribers can also pay $5 more per month to get an ad-free version of Peacock.

Both free and Premium tiers will feature current NBC shows — on the free level, they will be available a week after linear air, and on Premium they’ll be there the next day.   Days of our Lives new episodes will be offered up on the streaming service one day after they air in their normal timeslot on NBC

NBC shows offered the day after their linear premieres along with Days of our Lives are: America’s Got Talent, Blindspot, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, A Little Late with Lilly Singh, Saturday Night Live, Superstore, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago P.D., Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, New Amsterdam, Manifest, The Titan Games, Hollywood Game Night, World of Dance, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Access Hollywood, Dateline, NBC Nightly News and Meet the Press, and Telemundo series including 100 Días Para Enamorarnos, Celia, Cennet, Enemigo Intimo, La Doña, Minuto Para Ganar and Noticias Telemundo

Along with Comcast’s X1 and Flex, Peacock will be available on Apple and Google platforms, Microsoft’s Xbox, Vizio and LG smart TVs, Cox Contour and, starting next week, Sony PlayStation.

So, might you check out the new Peacock streaming platform? Comment below.

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Gary M Walker

I liked having it at 7pm that same evening because if news pre-empted it–you could still watch it that day and not get too far behind.

Momo
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Same day episodes of Days are available On Demand with Comcast. I don’t know if I’ll need to watch Peacock.

Lounetta Pyke
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Lounetta Pyke

I wish they would offer episodes from the 80’s and 90’s.

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the other lis

Well at least Days is being tiered with the other shows considered premium content. But what happens to nbc online. Will the app go away.

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As far as Big Media streaming services go, Peacock is probably better than most. Since HellCable is a Comcast affiliate (that shouldn’t surprise anyone) I’ve been testing the service on their dumb little “Flex” box. Now that the app is available everywhere, I’ll probably toss that box in the Lake of Fire and just use it on Android TV. Their commercial breaks on the TV shows are limited to one or two ads at a time, and movies on Peacock give you a long pre-roll ad, but then no interruptions during the movie itself. While no ads at all would… Read more »

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Patrick

I NEED MY BREAK !!!! 5 months in to the “stay at home” with the resurge.. YES i’m sick of the interruption… I NEED MY BRAIN break

@NBC app.. saved the DAY… even if I’m not good at purging… ??? binging is it? WOW thank you NBC for giving me that 38 minutes of SHOW.. and it’s a good one

Hal
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Hal

All this fracturing is going to result in everyone looking back to the “Good Old Days” when you could get all of your programming by paying one cable provider one fee. The way it’s heading is every stinking channel is going to be sticking their hand out demanding you pay them personally before you can see the shows you like. This is not how I envisioned “Cord Cutting” was going to go!

Donna
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Donna

Is Peacock Streaming available for Canadian Days Of Our Lives Viewers? I’ve been watching this show for over 50 years for free on NBC from Ontario and from what I’ve been told by my Shaw Direct Satellite providers Peacock is NOT AVAILABLE to Canadian viewers! I find this extremely disturbing, sad, unfair and down right mean! If there is any way for Canadian viewers to continue to watch their favorite soap please advise me? Plus if Peacock is available to us here in Canada how much is it going to have to cost to continue to watch it after all… Read more »

Barbara Davis
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Barbara Davis

why are you doing this to days ? watched it for over 50 years now you want us to pay. what the hell you want a hefty price for people already paying for your bull that was free to begin with i think youll loose in the end

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Louise Sorel Back Taping Episodes at Days of our Lives

During a guest appearance with Harvey Brownstone on his celebrity You Tube interview show, Louise Sorel revealed that she is back in-studio taping all-new episodes of Days of our Lives as Vivian Alamain.

This will mark the first on-screen appearance by Sorel in over three years.  However, we heard Sorel’s voice when Vivian made a call to Stefan (Brandon Barash) back in January of this year.

The last few times Vivian was on-screen in Salem, she was played by two different Daytime Emmy-winning actresses. First, One Life to Live icon, Robin Strasser (ex-Dorian) played the part and then exited the canvas back in the fall of 2019.  Next, Linda Dano (ex-Felicia, AW and ex-Rae OLTL), took on the role in early 2021 for a brief stint.

In this newly released interview, Sorel dished with Brownstone on the rigors of taping a soap opera, and how on her first day back she felt “God-awful.”  Louise qualified that with how she found herself apologizing left and right to the cast and crew because it had been awhile since she had so much dialog to recite and to get back into the swing of things.

The longtime DAYS favorite also speaks to the pace in which everyone works at DAYS to get the episodes completed each day in front of the camera.  Since Days of our Lives tapes so far in advance, it will be months till Sorel is seen on the Peacock streaming series.

Check out Sorel’s interview below, where she also shares some behind the scenes intel on her time on Santa Barbara as Augusta Lockridge.

Excited to see Louise back as Vivian Alamain? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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Days of our Lives Renewed for Two More Seasons on Peacock

Days of our Lives, which transitioned last fall from NBC to the streamer, Peacock has received a two-season renewal pick-up.  That will bring DAYS through its 60th anniversary season.

Already hitting several milestones within its run including; it’s 14,000th episode back in 2020, and being the longest-running series in NBC history to move to Peacock, the lives, romance, intrigue, and drama will continue for the residents of Salem for at least two more years.

According to Peacock PR, DAYS has consistently been a top 10 title since its exclusive move to the platform last year. 

Throughout its enduring run, the show has garnered 61 Emmy Awards, including 2022’s Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Drama, and 392 nominations, as well as multiple People’s Choice Awards, GLAAD Media Awards and Prism Awards. 

The beloved series is produced by Corday Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television. Ken Corday is the executive producer with co-executive producer Albert Alarr. Ron Carlivati serves as current head writer. 

Excited to know that Days of our Lives received a two-season pick up from Peacock? Comment below.

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Head Writer Ron Carlivati on Bo & Hope Return: “This Is Old School Days of our Lives, and It’s Something That The Audience Has Waited a Very, Very Long Time to See”

Next week, begins the continuation of the shocking story arc that started last summer on Peacock’s limited streaming series, Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem Chapter 2. 

In it, DAYS fans learned that Bo (Peter Reckell) has been kept in cryogenic cylinder for years, and was brought back to life by Stefano’s daughter, Megan Hathaway (Miranda Wilson).

Now, circle March 16th for Reckell’s first episode back as Bo and March 17th as Kristian Alfonso’s first episode back as Hope to the mothership and Days of our Lives.

Head writer, Ron Carlivati previewed the storyline in a new interview with Soap Opera Digest in their latest issue on newsstands now.

Carlivati shared: “We pick up Hope where we left her off.  She had gone though this whole experience with Harris Michaels (Steve Burton), finding out that he was in league with Megan Hathaway, and we ended her on ‘Beyond Salem’ like, ‘I have to bring Megan Hathaway to justice.  I have to find her and make her pay.”‘

While Hope is on mission, she will also have Harris Michaels back in the mix, and as the head scribe shares, “Hope is on a collision course with Bo, and she’s unaware of it.”

As to what lies ahead for viewers, Ron revealed: “This is old-school Days of our Lives, and it’s something that the audience has waited a very, very long time to see.  You won’t want to miss it.”

Check out Peacock’s promo for the return of Bo and Hope below which teases that while most people get over their high school sweethearts, this one never did, alluding to Megan’s past relationship with Bo, which is the impetus for her revenge plot.

Now let us know, are you looking forward to seeing how Bo and Hope’s enduring love story continues? Comment below.

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