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Days of our Lives Moves Exclusively to W Network for Canadian Viewers Starting September 12th

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So many fans have been posting comments to us, and all over social media, about what Days of our Lives’ move to Peacock in the U.S. on September 12th, means for longtime Canadian viewers.

Now, it appears that DAYS will be seen beginning September 12th as well, on the W Network in Canada.

Check out details on the W Network website here.

The long-running NBC soap can also be streamed on STACKTV and the Global app.

Additionally, a tweet from TV Watercooler’s entertainment writer, Jeevan Brar confirmed the news when he noted: “#DAYS moves to @w_network beginning September 12 in Canada. Will also stream on STACKTV and the Global app.”

So, glad to know where to catch DAYS in Canada? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Good Lord someone please tell the people on Facebook. I can’t even read the comments anymore. Now they’re complaining that they already have Peacock and won’t get the 1.99 price. They are never ever happy about anything.

I wish people would stop saying this is doomed comparing it to AMC and OLTL. This is entirely different. If we play our cards right perhaps we could get more soaps in this new format. I truly believe Network Television will come to an end in the not so distant future and everything will be streamed.

I think Peacock Days has more and better support than the online reboots of AMC and OLTL did (with ABC fighting Prospect Park over who owned the OLTL characters, what chance did the Prospect Park version of either show have, really?); whether that will be enough to ensure Peacock Days’ success remains to be seen, but I do think NBC wants it to succeed, and that’s something.

Whether I’d actually want more soaps in this new format is hard to say. I don’t mind too much about the paying-for-it part or the streaming part; I pay now to stream reruns of The Doctors (and would gladly pay to stream reruns of other old soaps if they were made available). What’s not clear to me is whether “new soaps” will feel enough like the “old soaps” (and I’m not talking about the sad network versions of the last few decades; I’m talking about soaps when they were GOOD; think mid-70s to maybe mid-90s), and have enough of the elements of the old soaps that made them worth watching, to make me want to pay and tune in. I haven’t seen a whole lot about Peacock Days anywhere but here, but what I have seen on here seems to be suggesting that TPTB are going to lean heavily on the titillation factor (“We can do things we couldn’t do on network television!”) to get viewers, rather than solid storytelling about relatable characters (played by excellent actors) in believable situations. If that proves true, (1) I’m back to thinking soaps are doomed and (2) I certainly wouldn’t pay for it, as it won’t be any more compelling that what I’m seeing now. So basically, we’ll see. If your prediction proves to be right, and this is how soaps essentially get saved after all (after years and years of nothing but cancellations, budget cuts, and other bad news), that’d be great, because I maintain that the audience for soaps is still out there, largely untapped. I’m just not sure TPTB will know how to attract that audience any more on a streaming platform than they do on the networks.

Which does raise, incidentally, a very interesting question whose answer I’ll be interested to see: will my (62-year-old) viewership mean more on a streaming platform than it has in a good long while on network TV? I got used a long time ago (though I’ve always resented it) to the idea that the day I turned 31, my eyeballs meant a lot less to the network execs, who only cared about eyeballs attached to bodies 30 years old and younger. But $1.99 (or $4.99 or $7.99 or whatever it turns out to be) is $1.99 no matter the age of the person who is shelling it out; does that mean I’ll now be part of an audience they’ll care about attracting, or will TPTB keep pursuing the young folks and be unable to adapt to a different way of looking at things? My bet is on the latter, but I’d be delighted to be proven wrong about that.

I am very happy, I live in Vancouver BC, Canada. Still can watch Days on Global TV and I also watch Y&R same format.I hope we get Days for more years to come.

It’s good to know that if I decide that I want to watch the show again that it will be available to me in Saskatchewan

Why can’t Days of our lives simply stay with Global TV?

I’ve been watching Days on the W channel thru stack tv for a month and now since last week there hasn’t been any new episodes available to watch???? Anyone know why?

I would like to know also. because I will cancel Stack TV next week if no new DOOL

I’d also like to know and have been searching online for the answer. I’ll cancel it next month if I can’t stream it on Stack anymore. Residents in the US are complaining that it will cost them an extra $4 (or$1.99?) and I’m paying an extra $15 for Stack TV just so that I can watch DOOL. Now this past week there have been no episodes at all? I wish I could just pay for and get Peacock instead! I feel like I’ve been ripped off!

Same here. I only have Stack so I can watch DOOL and it is showing any episodes from last week.

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Days of our Lives Sloan Recast: Natasha Hall Temporarily Fills-In For Jessica Serfaty

Sloan will have a new look for several upcoming episodes on Days of our Lives. Natasha Hall will step in for Jessica Serfaty the week of March 4-8

A spokesperson for DAYS confirmed to Soap Opera Digest, that Hall will take on the role of Sloan Petersen for three episodes.

If Natasha looks familiar she was seen on Netflicx’s The Kominsky Method and has appeared on The Rookie, S.W.A.T., Mom, HBO’s Entourage and the movie Game Night.

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Serfaty began in her run as Sloan back in August of 2022, and has been heavily featured in the Nicole baby switch storyline where along with Melinda Trask (Tina Huang), Sloan is passing of Nicole and Eric’s baby, as her adopted chid, while Nicole continues to mourn the loss of the little bundle of joy.

Since Days had been taking 6 to 7 months ahead of streaming its episodes on Peacock, Hall taped her scenes filling in for Serfaty months ago.

So, interested to see what Natasha Hall brings to the role of Sloan, while Jessica is temporarily off the show? Comment below.

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Soap Favorites Jason Cook, Brytni Sarpy and Jacob Young Visit the Michael Fairman Channel

On Wednesday night, February 28, Four for Fun, the movie written and directed by former Days of our Lives and General Hospital star, Jason Cook (ex-Shawn-Douglas; ex-Matt, respectively), which stars Brytni Sarpy (Elena, Y&R) and Jacob Young (ex-JR, AMC, Lucky, GH, and Rick, B&B), will have its premiere as part of The Golden State Film Festival.

If you’re in the Southern California area, tickets for the festival and to see Four for Fun showing at 7:30pm PT can be found here.

In the premise of the film, a dinner party between two couples experiencing eleven different endings, all of which points to the same conclusion – the best possible life comes from the one lived the most in the present. Sarpy and Young play one of the couples and actors Donovan Patton and Annika Foster, play the other.

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After its premiere at the festival, on the next night, Jason, Brytni and Jacob will visit You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel for a livestream conversation about the making of the film, working with each other, and a discussion on their numerous soap opera roles and much more.

It all begins on Thursday night, February 29th beginning at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT. Make sure to join us in the live chat, so you can ask your questions and share your comments with this talented trio.

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Check out the trailer for Four for Fun below, followed by how to watch the livestream interview.

Then, drop any questions you would like us to pose to Jason, Brytni and Jacob in the comment section, and we just might ask it live on Thursday night.


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DAYS Blake Berris to Chat Live on the Michael Fairman Channel as Everett & Bobby’s Story Heats Up

The tale of Everett Lynch and Bobby Stein is starting to reveal itself on Peacock’s Days of our Lives, which puts returning cast member, Blake Berris front and center in story.

On Monday’s, February 26th episode of DAYS, the results of Everett’s CAT scan indicate he suffered a traumatic brain injury which jives with his story that he was in a car accident and spent in a year in a coma, or does it?

Stephanie (Abigail Klein) and Everett are reeling that Everett as Bobby Stein was married to Jada Hunter (Elia Cantu) and treated her badly. While Everett claims he doesn’t remember anything about his time as Bobby, despite his fingerprints matching those of Robert Stein’s, Marlena (Deidre Hall) ponders if he could be suffering from PTSD, which might explain his memory loss.


Everett wonders if he has a brain tumor, but Marlena points out that they would have found it on the CAT scan. While there is no obvious reason for his memory loss, Kayla wonders if he is faking his amnesia? Marlena tells Everett that she is a psychiatrist and they should set up sessions immediately. Will it be revealed that Everett and Bobby are split personalities living inside one man?

Blake Berris is set to chat about the latest storyline developments and more, when he visits the Michael Fairman Channel on Wednesday, February 28th beginning at 3 pm ET/Noon PT.  Make sure to join Michael and Blake in the live chat for your turn to share your questions and thoughts on the story.

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Days of our Lives fans first met Blake when he played the character of Nick Fallon who was eventually murdered in 2014. Later, Nick made a few return appearances from ‘the grave’, in 2021 and 2023. Recently, Blake returned to the show in his newly-minted role of Everett Lynch at the end of October of last year.

Blake will talk about portraying Everett/Bobby, plus working his co-stars, and being a dad to his three boys, and more.  You can catch the livestream below.

Now, let us know, what is your theory about Everett Lynch and Bobby Stein? Looking forward to hearing what Blake has to say? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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