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WATCH: Jackée Harry Comes to Days of our Lives Promo

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Next week on March 1st look for the arrival of Jackée Harry to NBC’s Days of our Lives.

Harry is coming to the long-running soap in the new role of Paulina, who is connected to the Carver family.

In the newly-released promo heralding her upcoming DAYS debut, the actress shares, “I’ve got three good reasons you should watch me on Days of our Lives … I’m bold … I’m fabulous .. and you know I’m going to stir up trouble.  Let’s do this!”

Harry is best known for her roles in the sitcoms 227, Sister, Sister and numerous roles on television and motion pictures.

Watch the NBC promo featuring Jackée below.

What kind of trouble do you think Harry’s Paulina will stir up in Salem? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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Momo
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Come on Miss Harry! She is fabulous and I can’t wait for her to return to daytime.

Moto62
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I hope it’s as fun as it looks!

Delonjo D Barber
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Delonjo D Barber

I believe I was meant to begin watching Days just so I can experience the tornado that will hit Salem next week in the guise of Jackee.

Toni
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Toni

Welcome back to daytime.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

Excited about this news, but… Can DOOL do the viewers a favor and never have Susan Banks onscreen again? Okay, we get it: she’s an eccentric, unusual character. Originally, she was created to showcase the acting talents of Eileen Davidson, giving her a total of five (!) DOOL characters. With Stacey Haiduk playing the role of Kristen and now Susan, I guess it’s a chance to showcase Haiduk’s acting chops. At this point, I feel that I could play Susan! Just give me the wig and the teeth, and I’ll handle the rest! The thing is, the appearances of Susan… Read more »

Satan
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ReRon will never dump the ridiculous doppleganger stories. That was evident enough when he made the idiotic decision that Bonnie Lockhart was more of a legitimate part of Days than Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis. NO member of the Lockhart family was ever worth a second of airtime… let alone the doppleganger. As for Susan… I thought she was supposed to be living somewhere in Europe, taking care of her “baby boy Elvis” (who apparently hasn’t fully recovered from being a Rolf-zombie yet). That would be a more plausible existence for her (offscreen, of course) than volunteering to sit in a prison… Read more »

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Jamesj75

Satan, thanks for your reply. You’re right about those “ridiculous doppleganger stories.” I think we’re all getting tired of them. And Adrienne’s death was senseless, especially in lieu of the reemergence of Bonnie. Stay warm, Friend!

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Hey, Jamesj! Have to disagree; I love Susan! I just find her hilarious and I think Stacy is doing a great job. Yes, she’s outlandish, but I expect her to be; as is Dr. Rolf. But I find these cray cray characdters/stories fun. Not, of course, if they were the main characters or the main stories…but just the right dose of levity.(As for Rolf, I do enjoy his bringing people back. Wish he crossed over to GH and brought a few characters of theirs back from the supposed dead.) Having now seen Jackee Harry’s character I can say I can’t… Read more »

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Hello Rebecca1! Long time, no back and forth… In this case (of Susan Banks), we can agree to disagree. But I certainly appreciate hearing from you on this and understand your viewpoint. I don’t go back as far as a lot of DOOL viewers, so I didn’t see firsthand the work of Eileen Davidson in the roles. I also like your idea of Rolf crossing over to GH and providing his “services….” Regarding Jackee Harry’s character, I largely agree with you. Thus far, the obnoxiousness of her character overwhelms even her humor. And so far her work is reminiscent of… Read more »

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Violet Lemm

Jamesj75 If you ever read this comment. I find it harder every day to find a site to make a comment, unless it’s GH, which I love, but there are three other shows too. Just wanted to agree thoroughly with your comments about Susan Banks, which I could tolerate with I.D but S.Hs rendition makes her intolerable and I wish I could just slap her and tell to just shut the hell up, which I do to the TV.A word about Jackee Harry. I think she’s playing the part true to form, gosh a thought. Hope she never gets together… Read more »

Jamesj75
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Violet, so glad to see your reply here, which I noticed because this comment is (was) featured on the home page (and with my name at the beginning). Glad you feel as I do regarding Susan Banks. It’s just annoying to see/hear her. Too, too much! In today’s episode, Jackee Harry’s character showed some redemption and was more appealing. Regarding your question in another thread about someone shooting a corpse a long time ago: I go back to the late 60s in my soap viewing — and I watched a ton of them, but I don’t remember seeing (or reading… Read more »

Satan
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Well, the bad news is that Susan will probably be sticking around for the forseeable future…..

Because there was a podcast earlier this week where Thaao Penghlis revealed that his little brother (and Susan’s kid) Elvis is coming back to Salem in recast form!

No reliable info on who has the role yet, but given all the other recasts since ReRon’s been writing the show… I’m expecting the worst.

Thank all that’s unholy that Roger Howarth is still under contract at GH, because otherwise he would be the first person ReRon would call. Even though he’s not tall or British!

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Jackee, you go girl!

Satan
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Satan

So now that Kate is going back to the DiMera corporate offices with her latest boy toy, and Abe will need a new Executive Assistant in the Mayor’s office, is that how Paulina ends up in Salem?

Seeing as Abe seems to have a hard time keeping that position filled for the long term, it would make sense that he would go with a “family member”, hoping she might stick around longer. The timing of Kate’s departure can’t be a mere coincidence…. not with ReRon’s formulaic writing!

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Celia

What a treat!! Jackee is so unique—-no one can walk in her “stylin” shoes. Yes, let this superb talent do her thing. DOOL needs her so badly—liven up the stage —the characters need to lighten up, too.

Aside–forgive me for being a nuisance by intergecting my nonsensical observations—but, is Nadia (Chloe) pregnant?—-what’s with the oversized bags?
I must be seeing things—-Am I imagining Marci’s pregnancy, as well? Need my eyes checked……

Violet Lemm
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Violet Lemm

Celia, don’t feel bad, a friend and I definitely thought Belle was pregnant a while back. Maybe just her tummy with a too tight dress??

Carrie
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Carrie

She made me laugh when she mentioned how rich she was. And the expression on Eli’s face after she said it. 🙂

Violet Lemm
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Carrie
Did you see the Christening when Aunt Pauline handed them the blank check for the babies education? I thought Eli was going to run away with it, but Lanie calmed him down and said they’d talk about it.He was so funny.

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Days of our Lives Kicks-Off Possession Storyline Revisted with ‘Doug’ Twist Cliffhanger, Followed by Fall Preview

Did the ‘Devil’ make them do it? Doug Williams  (Bill Hayes) is Satan? In what can only be described as major surprise twist on NBC’s Days of our Lives, for weeks, fans have thought they were about to embark on another dementia or Alzheimer’s storyline on the soaps with another beloved character.

However, Days head writer, Ron Carlivati ,and his writing team came up with a way to make it seem like this may be Doug’s fate only to use the long-running character as the impetus to bring the classic possession storyline back on the air some 25 years later.

It all goes down after Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) calls Marlena (Deidre Hall) to ask him to see Doug, after his MRI and other tests proved inconclusive for dementia, etc, to see if Dr. Evans can assess him.  The phone call to Marlena happened after John (Drake Hogestyn) was discussing the past, since Johnny (Carson Boatman) is ramping up to a shoot a movie on Sami’s life, that will include the time that Sami walked in on John and Marlena having sex, which caused Sami to act out for years and years.

 

However, and this is key, John tells Marlena that moment in time also left her alone and vulnerable to the darkest time in her life – alluding to when she became possessed by the devil – and Marlena was clearly having difficulty admitting that or going down that road of remembrance, when the phone call from Kayla saved her from digging deeper into the past.  Well now, John and Marlena may never have that conversation as she is primed to once again become possessed.

Meanwhile, Johnny is reading Will’s script for the Sami movie, and is shocked to read in it that Marlena was once possessed by the devil, as John takes out a dusty box with his Father John collar, a bible, and a news clipping of Marlena being possessed.  John is feeling that this movie will bring bad things on to all those he loves, especially Doc, and he looks to be right!

Now at her office with Doug, he admits he knows something is wrong.  He acts out and does strange things and does not know why.  Marlena brings up why Doug locked Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) in a freezer by accident. Doug gets adamant saying: “That was no accident. I locked that bitch in there on purpose.”  Marlena is shocked at his word and tone.  Then as Doug laughs, he says, “I’m not Doug.”  Next thing you know, the lowered voice of Satan comes out of Doug’s mouth and he tells Doc, “It’s been over 25 years Marlena. But did you really think I wouldn’t come back for you?” End of episode.  Great cliffhanger!

Now, check out the fall preview released following the airing of Friday’s episode by NBC below, which teases more demonic moments on Days. Then let us know in the comment section, what you thought of the ‘Doug’ twist as the possession storyline begins?

Plus, make sure to cast your vote in ‘Michael’s Poll’ of the week on the revisiting of this classic tale now in 2021 below the preview.

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Ron Carlivati Talks on the Creation, Scenes & Cast of ‘Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem’

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‘Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem’ Stars Talk the ‘Making of’ the Limited-Series & the Moments They Loved

Five of the cast members from Days of our Lives limited-series on Peacock, Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem, chatted with Michael Fairman as a wrap-up following the conclusion of the streaming of all five episodes.

Joining Michael in a special conversation on You Tube’s Michael Fairman Channel are: Eileen Davidson (Kristen/Sister Mary Moira), Charles Shaughnessy (Shane/Drew), Peter Porte (Kyle/Dimitri), Zach Tinker (Sonny) and Rob Scott Wilson (Ben).

During the conversation, the actors share stories of the making of the series, and give insight and behind the scenes tidbits on their scenes including: how Eileen and Lisa Rinna (Billie) played recreated the ‘Amsterdam’ showdown from their time together on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but as their Days’ characters of Billie and Kristen, how Peter learned to do the Tango from Dancing with the Stars Louis Van Amstel and Lisa Rinna, plus the drag show scenes where Zach became “Sonny Delight”, and more.

In addition, Charles Shaughnessy talks on how the series harkened back to the 80’s and 90’s campy action-adventure heyday of and the opportunity to work again with Deidre Hall and Drake Hogestyn as John and Marlena, while Rob fills-us in on trying to keep it together when working in scenes with soap vet Adrienne Frantz, when Ben and Ciara find themselves at a swinger’s party.

The interview is filled with many laughs, and candid moments that fans of the limited series will enjoy, especially the intel offered up by the cast.

Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem continues to stream on Peacock! Make sure to check it out if you haven’t, or rewatch it a second, or third time if you want to see more series like this in the future.

Below check out the interview with Eileen, Peter, Charles, Zach and Rob and make sure to subscribe to the Michael Fairman Channel for more celebrity conversations.

Now, share your favorite moments from Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem, and this video interview, via the comment section here.

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