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UPDATE: ‘Day of Days 2021’ Virtual Event Moved to Monday November 22nd

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There has been an eleventh-hour change to today’s scheduled virtual Day of Days 2021 event.

The fan event to celebrate Days of our Lives 56th anniversary is now being moved from today to next Monday on November 22nd at the same time beginning at 3 p.m. PST.

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Hosted by Ari Zucker (Nicole) and Eric Martsolf (Eric), viewers will see their favorite cast members virtually with Q&A panel sessions, quizzes, games, fan-favorite moments from the video vault and more.

Participating are: Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, Alison Sweeney, Jackée Harry, Susan Seaforth Hayes, Bill Hayes, Stacy Haiduk, Suzanne Rogers, Josh Taylor, James Reynolds, Lamon Archey, Sal Stowers, Victoria Konefal, Robert Scott Wilson, Galen Gering, Martha Madison, Brandon Beemer, Camila Banus, Billy Flynn, Marci Miller, Lauren Koslow, Brandon Barash, Emily O’Brien, Wally Kurth, Judi Evans, Tamara Braun, Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols, Nadia Bjorlin, Paul Telfer, Lindsay Arnold, Raven Bowens, Lucas Adams, Bryan Dattilo, Dan Feuerriegel, and Carson Boatman.

You can view the event on its main hub at the official Day of Days 2021 website that will launch at 3 p.m, on 11/22 and will remain posted until November 26th. Once there,  fans can browse through the new videos featuring their favorites and participate in this interactive platform.  The content from the Day of Days 2021 website will then transition to the DOOL app following the 26th.

Days of Days 2021 can also be seen via the the NBC’s You Tube Page and NBC’s official DAYS facebook page starting at 3 p.m on Monday.

So, what do you think of the sudden date shift of Day of Days 2021? Will you be coming back Monday for the event? Comment below.

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This blows!!! My best friend and I planned our day around this event!! 🙁

A long term writer for Days passed away. Always wait for an explanation first.

Don’t let this guy bully you. We did not have that information. Had we known and had the explanation, I’m certain both of us would have made a different post.

I think it’s unfair to the fans. What is the reason it’s not on tonight? I mean, it’s a taped event.
I also think it’s time to pull the plug on this show. I’m only watching about once a month like 3 shows on Peacock and then I lose interest because these storylines are ludicrous.
I’m pretty mad about this Day of Days being moved at the last minute. I’m certain Ken does not care about that at all.

A writer passed away. You’re inconvenience was not a point of concern. Wow. You could’ve just waited for the explanation before disparaging the show.

Excuse me! I didn’t know that and there is no need for your accusatory tone.

YES, Definitely will watch since I wouldn’t have been able to at the original time! LOVE, love, love Days and have been watching since it started, thanks to my dear departed mom. Love the cast and miss the ones that have gone or have passed too. 🙂 🙂

What happened to the post I made previously? I had said that I was happy it got changed, didn’t miss anything since I wasn’t able to with the original date and time. Can’t wait to watch it, love Days and cast of Days!!

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‘The Price is Right’ Decks the Halls with Five Holiday-Themed Primetime Episodes & Pet Rescue & Adoption Week on Daytime

Talk about getting into the holiday spirit! The Price is Right is set to air five brand new holiday-themed episodes airing in December on primetime, plus the daytime version will also have a special week. Host Drew Carey will preside over the game show proceedings!

Daytime’s The Price is Right holiday week (Dec 18-Dec 22) will feature animal trainer, author and host of CBS’ Lucky Dog Reunions, Brandon McMillan, and Robert Valandra, nephew of legendary host Bob Barker, who both bring along some furry friends up for adoption. The week concludes with ‘Price is Right’ model Amber Lancaster, an advocate of animal adoption, and some adorable dogs who need a home for the holidays.

The Price is Right continues to network television’s #1-rated daytime series and the longest-running game show in television history, broadcast weekdays (11:00 AM-12:00 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 AM, PT).

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On Primetime, here is the holiday lineup of shows (the week of Dec 4-8):

THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: OFFICE HOLIDAY PARTY (Monday, December 4, 8:00 PM, ET/PT) brings coworkers and colleagues together to cheer each other on as they play for prizes that can be shared and enjoyed by all of their office mates.

THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: BLIND HOLIDATE (Thursday, December 7, 8:00 PM, ET/PT) brings in a matchmaker to pair up an audience full of single, eligible adults, and lucky contestants will meet for the first time when they are called to “Come on down!” and compete together as a team. They play for fabulous cash and prizes, pairs of cars, and maybe they’ll even win a love match!

THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: COLLEGE STUDENTS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (Friday, December 8 at 8:00 PM ET/PT) welcomes college students home adorned in their best school spirit gear, teamed up with their parents to play for exotic trips, amazing prizes, and cash for college!

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THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: HOLIDAYS WITH THE FAMILY (Monday, December 18, 8:00 PM, ET/PT). Parents and their young children compete for some of the most desired gifts Santa has in his sleigh. Decorated in their holiday best, families work as a team to win prizes to make their holidays oh so bright!

THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: HOLIDAY HEROES (Tuesday, December 19, 8:00 PM, ET/PT) salutes the military to thank America’s brave heroes for keeping us safe all year round. Active-duty military members in uniform compete for luxury items, including trips to remarkable destinations, $50,000 in cash, and cars!

Of note: Paramount+ Premium subscribers will have access to stream live via the live feed of their local CBS affiliate on the service as well as on demand. Essential-tier subscribers will have access to on-demand the day after the episode airs.

Lots of The Price is Right holiday cheer and pet adoptions coming your way. Will you be watching? Comment below. But first, check out a clip from one of the primetime episodes.

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96th Annual Academy Awards to Start an Hour Earlier, While Jimmy Kimmel Shares, “I Always Dreamed of Hosting the Oscars Exactly Four Times”

In a move to keep viewers not up past their bedtimes, the 2024 Oscars telecast will now begin one hour earlier than usual.  According to news from the Academy on Thursday, the ceremonies will begin at 7 pm ET/4PM PT on March 1o, 2024.

That is an hour shift when the broadcast usually begins at 8 pm ET/5pm PT.  The official pre-show will also begin earlier, at 6:30 p.m. ET.

The 96th Academy Awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles with nominations being announced on January 23rd.

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A few weeks ago on November 15th, Jimmy Kimmel was officially named the host of the Oscars for the fourth time. The hosting gig marks the second year in a row for Kimmel. The comedian also hosted in 2017 and 2018.

Kimmel’s wife Molly McNearney will also one again, co-write and executive produce, the telecast.  In a statement on presiding over movies biggest night of the year, Kimmel joked, “I always dreamed of hosting the Oscars exactly four times.”

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ABC also plans on airing a special episode of their hit comedy Abbott Elementary, immediately following what should be a three-and-a-half hour telecast of the Oscars.

So, what do you think about the time shift with the Oscars starting an hour earlier? Happy about it? Won’t be settled in at that early time slot to sit and watch the show? Comment below.

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Marty Krofft Famed Children’s Show Producer of ‘H.R. Pufnstuf,’ ‘Land of the Lost,’ Dead at 86

Marty Kroftt. who along with his brother Sid, produced many memorable children’s shows throughout his career, including H.R. Pufnstuf and Land of the Lost has passed away at the age of 86..

A family representative told Variety that Krofft died of kidney failure Saturday November 25th in Los Angeles, California.

Krofft was often known as the “King of Saturday Mornings”, and along with his brother, Sid also produced primetime variety shows including Donny and Marie and Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters.

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At the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awarda, Marty and Sid were the recipients of the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. The Kroffts also produced Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, The Bugaloos and Lidsville.

The brothers always shared that they came from a line of puppeteers, and Sid, traveled the world as young man performing an elaborate puppet show. The brother’s partnership worked due to Sid was the more on the creative side, while Marty was more on the business side.

Marty said in the book “Pufnstuf & Other Stuff: The Weird and Wonderful World of Sid & Marty Krofft” (1998), written by TV critic, David Martindale, “Sid was always ‘the artist’. He never did have a business sense. So I came in and filled that vacuum.”

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Krofft’s wife, the former Playboy playmate Christa Speck passed away in 2013. He lived in Los Angeles and is survived by his brothers Sid and Harry; his daughters Deanna Krofft-Pope, Kristina Krofft and Kendra Krofft; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Share your condolences for Marty Krofft via the comment section. But,  first check out our interview with him along with is brother Sid, before they received their Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award at the 45th annual ceremonies below.

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