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Mark Hapka let-go by Days of our Lives!

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Oh no! Did you see this one coming?  Days of our Lives has let-go of Mark Hapka, who has been playing Dr. Nathan Horton since June of 2009.

Soap Opera Digest revealed the news stating that the talented young star will wrap-up taping very shortly.

More details forthcoming!

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Gail
Gail

This news just makes me sad. Maybe he will join All My Children – it will give me another reason to switch soaps.

Brian T
Brian T

I am not happy about it at all. Does the show not care about the fans who were waiting for Nathan and Melanie to get together? Is it because Jen and Abby are now back on the show that they don’t feel they need this extra Horton?

Carol
Carol

How sad, why would you drop an actor who draws such an interesting storyline.
We want Nathan and Melanie together. Please reconsider….keep Mark Hapka on.
You’ll lose many fans. He’s been such a plus to the show. I can’t imagine why they are doing this?

GUS V
GUS V

WHY FIR MARK HAPKA, THE WHOLE WRITING STAFF SHOULD BE FIRED. THERE’RE TERRIBLE

deborah smead
deborah smead

Nathan and Melanie belong together — at last. What is wrong with your writers?

shelly
shelly

melanie and nathan had the chemistry plus philip is leaving so is stephanie why not just keep nathan it could have been a great love story what do u expect days keeps messing all the couples up

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Days of our Lives Renewed Says EP Ken Corday

There was breaking news from the set on Thursday at Days of our Lives.  According to Deadline, the series executive producer, Ken Corday announced to the cast that the show will continue on.  It appears the 54-year-old daytime drama series received a one-year pick-up.

The article cites that when reached for comment, NBC who airs the show, and SONY TV the show’s distributor had “no comment”. However their sources reveal that a deal is being close to being completed and “looking good”.

This comes as welcome news to longtime and new fans of the series, who were concerned for its cancellation after a story ran over the last ten days that the cast was let-go from their contracts.

Under head writer Ron Carlivati, the soap just launched its innovative daytime drama time-jump on November 8th where all the characters lives were fast-forwarded a year.

So, excited to hear that Salem and Days of our Lives will live on? Comment below.

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DOOL App Set To Launch New Digital Series ‘Last Blast Reunion’

Leave it to the DOOL app to bring to its digital space another exclusive fun and exciting series featuring some DAYS faves.  Announced today, look for ‘Last Blast Reunion” to kick-off with its first episode on Black Friday on November 29th.

Last Blast Reunion harkens back to the story of Salem’s then high school kids from 2002 and who hung out at the the cybercafe known as “.Com”.  Now in 2019, the new series brings the gang back together .

The cast includes: Brandon Beemer (Shawn), Martha Madison (Belle), Heather Lindell (Jan), Aaron Van Wagner (Jason), Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe) and Lindsay Hollistar (Susan). Due to a scheduling conflict with Farah Fath, the role of Mimi has been recast with actress, Theressa Liane.

In addition, Chadwick Hopson will play Kevin, a role originally played by Brett Lawrence and Robert Benvenisti. There will also be a big surprise for viewers in the first episode when a major fan favorite returns!

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So, what is said to happen on the series? Well, Belle and Chloe discover their old friend Kevin has reopened the “.Com Café” in New York, similar to the one at which they all used to gather at in Salem. The three of them decide to plan a reunion of the “Last Blast Crew,” and a week later they are joined by Susan, Shawn and Mimi, and the friends reminisce and quickly ease back into their old bonds and rivalries. The story takes an unexpected turn with some shocking twists that will keep viewers at the edge of their seats all the way to the surprise ending.

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Following the November 29 premiere, new episodes will be available every Thursday for the following seven weeks.

In addition, the episodes will also be available on the NBC app and NBC.com one week after streaming exclusively on The DOOL App. Each episode will be approximately 7-10 minutes in length.

Greg Meng, (Co-executive producer, Days) offered up in a statement: “We are excited to bring together some of the most beloved characters from Days of our Lives in the next DOOL App series. As this new digital platform continues to grow, we can provide exciting additional content to complement the air show on NBC.”

Last Blast Reunion was written by DAYS head writer, Ron Carlivati and Corday Productions.

The DOOL App was developed by the Corday Productions team of Greg Meng, creative director (and co-executive producer, “Days of our Lives”); Michael Fairman, content producer; and Maya Frangié, director of communications and strategic initiatives. The DOOL App is a new all-access platform for “Days of our Lives” fans to get more of the show they love, including breaking news from the set, exclusive original content, backstage videos with the cast, quizzes and interactive games, fan-favorite clips, weekly recaps and other fun ways to connect with the cast. More information is available at www.TheDoolApp.com.

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Former GH and DAYS Star Tyler Christopher Update: Judge Rejects Plea From Police To Put Actor In Treatment Program

Daytime Emmy winner, Tyler Christopher (ex-Stefan, DAYS; ex-Nikolas, GH), who was arrested back on November 11th for public intoxication, pled guilty to two counts of misdemeanor public intoxication, according to a report from TMZ.

The report also notes that the judge in the case rejected the plea of a police officer who begged the court to put Tyler into an alcoholism treatment program.

As previously reported, Tyler was booked on his birthday and was behind bars for two days until being released.  The incident happened in Indiana, where the actor has been residing with his family.

For the public intoxication incident, Christopher will need to pay a $440 fine.

In addition, police noted that they had received multiple calls about Tyler being intoxicated since September 14.

We hate reporting this difficult news.  All of is in the daytime community love Tyler and wish him well and want the best for him.  He is one of the finest actors ever in this genre.

Share your thoughts on the latest on Tyler Christopher via the comment section below.

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