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DAYS Preview – Week of July 16, 2018

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This week on Days of our Lives, hell hath no fury like a Gabi (Camila Banus) scorned!  Now out for revenge after receiving devastating news that she can never conceive another child, Gabi has switched the DNA results to make it appear to Abigail (Marci Miller) that Stefan (Tyler Christopher) is the father of her unborn baby.

How far will Gabi continue to sink to carry out this lie and to give payback to Stefan and Abigail as her alter “Gabby” for sending her to prison for a crime she did not commit? Is her former lover, Chad (Billy Flynn) collateral damage in all of this?

Meanwhile, Brady (Eric Martsolf) prepares to say goodbye to his son, Tate after losing custody of his son when the judge rules in Theresa’s (Jen Lilley) favor, but will fate intervene, allowing Brady to keep his son after all?

Check out more teasers for this week’s DAYS below, and then watch the latest promo for this week’s episodes via NBC here.

Now, let us know which story are you most interested to see play out? Comment below 

Monday, July 16

JJ takes the fall in order to help Theresa

Tuesday, July 17

Gabi takes Stefan to task and reveals her resentment towards “Gabby

Wednesday, July 18

Wracked with guilt, Eve admits to Chloe she’s partly responsible for Brady losing custody of Tat

Thursday, July 19

Claire asks Ciara if she’s moving on with Ben

Friday, July 20, 2018

Will receives a shocking note.

 

 

 

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Gabi is on a slippery slope….I must have missed the repetitive DNA
“”switcheroo” part. Oh, Lordy Lord!!
Who knows what will happen! …….up to the ‘elders’. Will they have the baby grow up thinking he/she is Stefan’s? Or will they nip it in the bud and quash the ‘mistake’ and reveal what Gabi did?
This animus toward Abbi is nothing new for me. It has always been there, under the surface, at the ready….no matter how ‘conciliatory’ Gabi may have been to Abbi…… Had to happen sooner or later.
It is torturous to watch what has been done to this character. Gabi walked in as a good girl turned iffy, turned scheming B…..And, I’m not talking about killing Nick, here. I am talking about how she had her eye on Chad and deceived Abigail.
Nick deserved every bad thing that happened to him…..yet, Julie is blind to the sick, infected brain her nephew(?) had.
Another incident that bothers me is the scene where Ariana sees her mother at the Kiriakis’ mansion , and the girl rejects her mother. Really?
Children that age do not hold grudges. ….especially towards their mothers.They are happy to see their Mommy, PERIOD. Was the girl brainwashed?
I do not care how ‘they’ spin this……I am not buying it…..
I suppose there had to be some antagonism between Abigail and Gabi, but I did not think the plot would be taken this far. I don’t like to see Gabi run amok to seek revenge. The mind works in mysterious ways?
At this point, what truly has my attention is Theresa. We all knew how evil Eve was…..I knew she would capitulate into her old self….this newly acquired ‘goodness’ makes me wince each time I see her mouth dripping with honey ( and chocolate-my obsession, LOL…had to slip that in).
I loooove this storyline….thank you, writers for allowing the viewer to see Jen’s splendid execution and effecting performace.
By the same token, Kassie deserves the same accolades. Her indomitable offering is, as always, perfection.

I agree with Celia 100%. I just don’t understand why we had to go through this long and boring SL, with the short return of Theresa and the custody fight, that tore Tate literally away from Brady,so she can take him and leave Salem for good. All the stuff about Deimas’s murder, who cares anymore? It just seemed so extreme and unjustified so they can set up for Nicole’s return. Personally, I’ve had enough of her, and am not looking forward to seeing her and whomever, her choice, this time will be, Brady or Eric, setting the brothers against each other again. Of course if she chooses Eric, it will at least free him from Jennifer’s clutches, and she was in love with him when she left town. After Brady dumps Eve, he can cry on Chloe’s shoulder, as she’ll need someone with Lucas leaving the show.Gee, I’ve got it all figured out, can’t wait to see what really happens.

At the age of five i did have anger issues to my father who was mentally abusive so its possible…lovin evil Gabi…the baby will probably have a medical issue but after Abigail and Chad divorce and he ends up marrying Gabi who will discover she can still have a child and is preg with Chad;s baby,,then we will learn she slept with Stephan to gain control of her company and its his baby for real-lol

forgot to add Chad and Gabi will marry before he learns He is the father

Days missed a golden opportunity in the scene with Will remembering Kate telling him to come to her with any problem.

When Will was trying to escape Kate’s uncomfortable questioning about “the body,” he should have used the same exit line (with an impish grin) that he used when escaping Kate’s uncomfortable questioning about his gayness: “I gotta go meet a girl…”

I must believe that Days has INTENTIONALLY changed Will’s character to reflect the fact that without his memory, he is an empty different person. Because, THIS version of Will is as interesting as a wet dish rag. The flash-back version of Will from 5 years ago was downright compelling. I keep waiting for a re-emergence of that Old-Will. Maybe when Sami returns, and Will’s memory returns, we will get back the “real” Will.

Also, I was disappointed that the last few episodes merely mentioned Tripp, without actually showing him on-screen. It’s a little hard to take the Clair & Ciara scenes, without Tripp on-screen as a buffer.

I hate how #CamiliaBanus is being written, no way out…

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Patrick Muldoon and Jennifer Taylor Cast as Mike Manning’s Conservative Parents on ‘The Bay’

The ever-expanding cast of the streaming soap opera, The Bay, has announced two new additions for its upcoming 9th season, including Days of our Lives favorite Patrick Muldoon (ex-Austin Reed). TV fans also know Patrick Muldoon from his role as Richard Hart on Melrose Place.

In story, The Bay will bring Caleb McKinnon’s parents into the mix. Caleb is played by Daytime Emmy-winner and Outstanding Supporting Actor nominee this year, Mike Manning.

According to Deadline, Muldoon, along with Jennifer Taylor (Two and a Half Men), will play Caleb’s ultra-conservative parents. When Caleb married Daniel Garrett (Eric Nelsen), they all but abandoned him.  The season looks to bring a major story for Manning and hopefully and eventually love and acceptance from Caleb’s parents.

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The casting news doesn’t stop there. Rhonda Ross has been tapped to play Colleen Givens, the biological mother of Pete Garrett’s (Kristos Andrews) wife Vivian (Karrueche Tran) in the new season.

Coleen is brought into the mix when Pete searches for Colleen after Vivian becomes ill. In the backstory, Colleen is a jazz singer who gave Vivian up for adoption at birth. Now she may be Vivian’s only hope to stay alive.

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The series is up for 5 Daytime Emmy nomination at the 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards on June 7th including: Outstanding Drama Series, Writing,  Directing, A Martinez (Nard0) for Supporting Actor and the aforementioned Manning.

What do you think of the casting of Patrick Muldoon and Jennifer Taylor as the on-screen parents to Mike Manning on The Bay? Comment below.

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Kennedy Garcia on Joining the Cast of Days of our Lives: “For a Role to Come up for a Teenager with Down Syndrome was Just Amazing!”

Days of our Lives has made a groundbreaking move for the soaps, by casting Kennedy Garcia in the new role of Felicity. Viewers of the Peacock streaming soap opera will first see the character beginning the week of May 20th,

Garcia has previously appeared on primetime including on 9-1-1, This Is Us and more. Speaking to TV Insider, Kennedy shared: “I have wanted to be on a soap opera for a long time, so for a role to come up for a teenager with Down syndrome was just amazing!”

In real life, Kennedy who has Down syndrome is also a cancer survivor, and becomes he first teen with Down syndrome to land an ongoing role on the soaps. “It’s really such a special thing. I am so proud of Days of our Lives for taking this step and taking a chance on me. Inclusion in this industry is so important and I am proud to help move it forward.”

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As to a little insight on her new role of Felicity in Salem, Garcia shared. “She is sweet, funny and kind. She is also very smart and she never misses anything. Most of all, she loves her family more than anything else. I think that viewers will love her and see the beauty she brings to everyone in her life.”

The actress added, “I hope that everyone will love Felicity and see that even though she has Down syndrome, she is cherished by her family and friends, she is capable of great things, and she’s a hard worker. I’m pretty sure she bakes better than I do. She is also a typical teenager who has real feelings and fears that people will see as her story goes on. I hope no one underestimates Felicity as a character, or actors with disabilities like me. Representation is so important and I’m so thankful for this opportunity to become Felicity and let you all get to know her, and me!”

What do you think of Days of our Lives casting of Kennedy Garcia and the importance of inclusion and representation on streaming and daytime dramas? Comment below.

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TONIGHT: ‘Daytime Stands Up – A Benefit for Stand Up To Cancer’

On Thursday night May 16th, the daytime community comes together for Daytime Stands Up – A Benefit for Stand Up To Cancer, streaming live at 8 pm ET/5pm PT.

Stand Up To Cancer, in collaboration with leading daytime community voices Michael Fairman and Alan Locher, are coming together for a first-of-its-kind livestream event, Daytime Stands Up: A Benefit for Stand Up To Cancer … We All Have a Story.

The three-hour benefit will feature stars from the world of daytime drama television past and present, musical performances, and stories of emotional on- and off-screen experiences with cancer. Special celebrity guests will also join the effort to encourage viewers to support urgently needed research and new cancer treatments.  You can watch live on You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel, The Locher Room or the Stand Up To Cancer website.

In support of the event, SU2C will simultaneously launch a 10-day eBay silent auction, from May 16 through 26, for soap opera fans to bid on a wide range of items, including a meet-and-greet experience with the cast of NBC’s Days of Our Lives; an autographed script from the cast of CBS’s The Young and the Restless and signed merchandsise from CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful cast; a 1:1 video call with General Hospital’s Cynthia Watros, Maura West and Laura Wright, and with daytime legends Robert Newman, Vincent Irizarry, Colleen Zenk, and more. Full details will be shared the evening of May 16, at StandUpToCancer.org/DaytimeStandsUp.

As part of the event, you will hear, cancer survivorship stories from General Hospital’s Cameron Mathison and The Young and the Restless’ Colleen Zenk, who will reflect on the impact of publicly sharing their diagnoses; and 2024 Daytime Emmy nominee Eric Braeden, who shares his battle with bladder cancer

Daytime icon Jackie Zeman, who played nurse Bobbie Spencer on General Hospital for 45 years, shared by daughters Cassidy MacLeod and Lacey Gorden.

Elizabeth Hubbard who played the iconic Lucinda Walsh on As the World Turns and Dr. Althea Davis on The Doctors, shared by her on-screen daughter Martha Byrne and real-life son Jeremy Bennett.

Two-time Emmy Award-winner Jerry verDorn (Guiding Light / One Life to Live), shared by widow Beth verDorn and his on-screen wife on Guiding Light, friend and co-star Liz Keifer.

Andrea Evans, who played Tina Lord Roberts on One Life to Live, shared by her husband Stephen G. Rodriguez and daughter Kylie Rodriguez.

Kamar de los Reyes shared by his One Life to Live co-stars Michael Easton (General Hospital) Trevor St. John (The Young and the Restless).

Poignant reflections from actors who have portrayed breast cancer survivors, including Sharon Case and Eileen Davidson from The Young and the RestlessErika Slezak from One Life to LiveTina Sloan and Kim Zimmer from Guiding Light and more.

Additional talent slated to participate in the virtual benefit include (subject to change): Eddie and Kristen Alderson (One Life to Live)Elia Cantu (Days of Our Lives)The Day Players,  featuring Days of Our Lives castmates Carson BoatmanBrandon BarashWally Kurth (2024 Daytime Emmy nominee), Eric Martsolf (2024 Daytime Emmy nominee)Kassie DePaiva (One Life to Live)Don Diamont (The Bold and the Beautiful)Linsey Godfrey (2024 Daytime Emmy nominee, Days of Our Lives)Leo Howard (Days of Our Lives)Lesli Kay (The Bold and the Beautiful)Eden McCoy (General Hospital)Kin Shriner (General Hospital)and Michelle Stafford (2024 Daytime Emmy nominee, The Young and the Restless).

You can watch the Daytime Stands Up livestream below. Now let us know if you have a cancer story that has affected your life via the comment section below, or how a daytime TV character who went through a cancer battle, gave you strength and courage in your own journey.

 

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