Exciting news for fans of Days of Our Lives! The long-running NBC soap opera is gearing up to resume production on September 1, as announced in an email sent to the cast by Corday Productions, the company responsible for bringing the show to life. This development comes as a welcome relief to viewers who have eagerly awaited the return of their beloved characters and storylines.
While other daytime dramas like CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful and ABC's General Hospital are also making plans to restart production, it appears that Days of Our Lives will be one of the first to hit the sets once again. CBS' The Young and the Restless experienced a slight delay but is now aiming for a return on July 13.
Despite facing challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Days of Our Lives has managed to secure enough original episodes to keep fans engaged until early October. This means that viewers can expect a seamless continuation of the show without any interruptions to their daily dose of drama.
However, alongside this exciting announcement comes news of changes behind the scenes. Greg Meng, co-executive producer of Days of Our Lives, has reportedly been let go after an impressive tenure of 30 years with Corday Productions. While details about the reasons for this change remain undisclosed, it signifies a significant shift within the production team.
As anticipation builds for the show's return, fans can look forward to fresh storylines, gripping plot twists, and the familiar faces they've grown to love throughout the years. Days of Our Lives continues to captivate audiences with its compelling narratives and remains a stalwart in the genre of daytime television.
With production set to resume and new episodes on the horizon, viewers can rest assured that their favorite characters and the world of Salem will soon grace their screens once again. Stay tuned for more thrilling moments, unexpected surprises, and the timeless charm that has made Days of Our Lives an enduring fan favorite.