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Days of our Lives to Stream for Free on Peacock Starting July 6th

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Here’s something for DAYS fans to celebrate, they will now have another place to watch all-new episodes each day.

News from the official NBC Days of our Lives Twitter account reveals that the long-running NBC soap opera will begin streaming same day network episodes on Peacock.

In the logline on Peacock’s Days of our Lives page it shares: “Watch full episodes of Days of our Lives Season 56 for free, Days of our Lives is a daytime drama about the intertwined lives, loves, accomplishments and heartbreaks of the Horton, Brady, Kiriakis, Hernandez, and DiMera families.”

You can see the official Twitter announcement below.

So, glad to know that you can finally see all-new same-day episodes of DAYS additionally on Peacock? Comment below.

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Not sure how this is any different…. it’s been on Peacock later the same day always, at least down here in Hell. For which a Devil is infernally grateful.

Unlike ABC, which interrupts GH with “breaking news” interruptions for the most trivial dragonshit reasons, and then has the gall to lock down the streaming of their episodes to only cable subscribers of their favorite media corporations – which does not include HellCable, obviously.

Mr Satan (or is it Sir Satan) – just want to stay on your good side for future reasons…

Anyways, while I have Hulu, so no concerns when GH is pre-empted, they always note that when there’s breaking news, the episode will be available for free for all. My sense is that putting a soap on streaming for free will erode the already eroded ratings making the financial viability of soaps even harder to justify.

Well… sites like ABC.com, Hulu (at least the “basic” version), NBC.com & Peacock are ad supported sites. So by that definition, the soaps streaming on these platforms are every bit as financially viable as broadcasting over the airwaves.

Bottom line is that corporations like Disney (owner of ABC) and Comcast (owner of NBC) are simply greedy to the extent that it should be criminal. And probably WAS before the “Telecommunications Act of 1996”.

These companies get paid both from advertising and from subscribers. Which essentially amounts to subscribers paying twice for it, as they are – at least in theory – buying the products being advertised. Though most daytime ads seem to be for big pharma anymore…. but that’s an entirely different discussion about things that should never have been “legalized”.

HaHa!! Good one, TVJeff—what’s your answer, MR. Satan? Love it!!
Love you, Satan!!❤️I want to be on your good side, too.

I always watch DAYS on http://www.nbc.com/days, so what’s the difference with Peacock?

I do agree–I watch on the NBC app, not Peacock. The Peacock app has too many set up procedures

DAYS will no longer be available on the NBC app.

What about previous episodes… like if you get behind, where can you see older episodes?

Peacock has the latest season’s episodes.

peacocktv.com

Peacock probably has less ads than NBC.com

Also the NBC site has a really annoying tendency to crash my browser in the middle of a program. Which I’m guessing has something to do with their ad injection policies, since I can run the NBC site on Kodi without any such issues.

Peacock probably has consistently better results acrosss all platforms though. Especially if you know how to block the ads entirely. Probably helps when your firewall uses actual fire.

Peacock has less adds, and beginning July 6th, DAYS will no longer be available at NBC.com or the NBC app. It’s easy to set up a free Peacock account.

Well dragonballs…. there goes the usefulness of the NBC app on my Kodi box. Peacock’s not available on Kodi yet, but they finally added it to Samsung TV’s so I guess that works.

Now if they would just get over this odd hostility they have against Linux browsers…. try to watch it on that, and I just get some sad eyed kitten telling me it’s broken.

Whoopie doo, it’s been on there for a hot minute. Then sometimes it’s not and I have to go to the NBC app. Maybe this big announcement means it will be consistent. I just wish they wouldn’t make us wait until 8:00 pm. You know, I can bitch about anything……LOL

July 6 – Peacock gets “exclusive” streaming rights to Days.
July 7 – Current episode of Days is nowhere to be found.

Is ReRon in charge of Peacock now??

What does this mean for the ratings? Will they go up or down? Days is consistently at the bottom of the soap pile, however it does have a very passionate fan base. Its funny how the two soaps with the least viewers (Days and GH) seem to dominate the soap boards.

I hope those watching Days on Peacock can still view it free. Peacock puts Days Beyond Salem only available to premium watchers. If i have to pay premium to see days I will quit watching it. I will not pay to watch no show. no matter how long I have been watching it. I have been watching since it started in 1965.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Jada Reveals Everett Is Her Ex-Husband Bobby Stein

On Monday’s February 19th episode of Days of our Lives, viewers are getting closer to the root of the story of Everett Lynch (Blake Berris).  There has been speculation for months as to just how the talented Blake Berris’ new character would be … a good guy, or a bad guy. But, what if he is actually both?

In story, Jada (Elia Cantu) and Rafe (Galen Gering) are at the Brady Pub and she comes upon on Everett with Stephanie (Abigail Klein) and freaks out. She reveals that Everett is her ex-husband Bobby Stein! Everett denies even knowing Jada and thinks she is mentally unstable or something. Jada even shows him a photo of her with him (sans his beard) from her phone. Everett throws it off as everyone in the world has a doppelgänger.

Jada accuses Everett of gaslighting her. She goes into the back-story of when she discovered he cheated on her, and she served him with divorce papers, but he turned into a “ghost.” Everett stands by his claim that the two of them were never married.

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Stephanie flashes back to Everett revealing he had retrograde amnesia when he initially came out of his coma citing maybe that’s the reason he doesn’t remember Jada.  Next, Jada goes off on him saying she can tell by the look in his eyes, he knows exactly who she is.  Jada warns Stephanie to not get ‘sandbagged’ by this guy any longer. She then threatens Everett that he will be found out and get what he deserves. Next, she torms out of the pub as Rafe follows her.

Alone with Everett, Stephanie becomes upset having a few more startling realizations. First she asks Everett, “Are you really not Bobby Stein?” He admits to having gaps in his memory, but not years of relationships or marrying someone.

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Then, in another flashback, Stephanie remembers Everett telling her he bought an engagement ring before his accident. Then, Stephanie recalls a conversation with Jada how she found a large credit card charge from a jewelry store and that Bobby hadn’t bought anything for her in several months.

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Stephanie is shocked, and tells Everett if Jada is telling the truth, and he’s really Bobby Stein, than she’s actually the other woman!  Next, Stephanie decides to leave, while Everett says this makes no sense, and they should talk about.

So, what do you think of this story … that it appears Bobby Stein is also Everett Lynch? What do you think will eventually be revealed? Comment below.

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Lamon Archey and Sal Stowers Back to DAYS

Look who’s coming back to Salem for another return! Next week, fan favorites Lamon Archey (Eli Grant) and Sal Stowers (Lani Price Grant) return to Days of our Lives.

Circle the Monday, February 26th episode of the Peacock streaming soap opera, when Elani arrives in town to check on the health status of Paulina (Jackée Harry).

Previously, the actors left the show when they went off-contract in 2022. However, last year, in 2023, each made a return for a guest arc.

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Now, on their latest visit, Lamon Archey told Soap Opera Digest,“It was definitely good to get back in the mix of things with Sal and have some scenes with her, and I’m sure it will be really exciting for the fans to be able to see Eli and Lani together again.”

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It will be also nice to see Eli interact with Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes), now that his grandmother is trying to cope with the loss of the Horton house.

Looking forward to seeing Sal and Lamon back in Salem? Comment below.

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Zach Chyz and Sydney K. Smith to Play a Young Tom and Alice Horton on Days of our Lives

Next week on Days of our Lives, viewers will get to see the back-story of the romance of Tom and Alice Horton through the lens of a trip down memory lane.

With the Horton home burned to the ground after it was purposely set on fire, there will be plenty of memories for Doug (the late Bill Hayes), Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes), Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) et all to speak of as they mourn the loss of the beloved staple of Salem.

For part of the story, DAYS has hired actors Zach Chyz to play a young Tom Horton and Sydney K. Smith to play a young Alice Horton as viewers will get a glimpse of what it was like when Tom and Alice first moved into their beloved home.

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In real life, following the death of Macdonald Carey in 1994, the series killed-off the character of Tom, and Alice’s passing was written in the show after Frances Reid passed away back in 2010.

Smith has appeared on The Goes Wrong Show, while Chyz previously had a role on The Rookie.

So, looking forward to how Days of our Lives will tell the story of young Tom and Alice? Comment below. But first, check out next week’s promo where the young Tom and Alice are featured.

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