America’s longest-running soap Days of our lives are coming to an end after 54 years. NBC, owned by peacock has decided to make Days of our lives a spinoff with the same characters for another year. This decision was made because the show averages 4 million viewers and is making $40 million in ad revenue per year. The spin-off will be called Days Of Our Lives: Sunset Beach which will air on NBC next fall and continue through 2020.
When will Days of our lives Spinoff release?
This show is produced by Corday Productions and Sony Pictures Television. Ken Corday will produce it, with Albert Alarr and Ron Carlivati as co-executive producers. A debut date for the series hasn’t been set. Days of Our Lives, meanwhile, recently scored a two-season renewal at NBC, which will take the soap opera through its 58th season in 2022-23
Who will be starring in Days of our lives Spinoff?
Days of Our Lives is entering the streaming world. NBC Universal has ordered a special show about NBC soap. It will only be on for a short time. The five-part show will have people who are favorites on the show and they are in a mystery about stolen jewels.
The cast for the limited series will feature current Days stars Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, Jackée Harry, James Reynolds, Victoria Konefal, Robert Scott Wilson, Billy Flynn, Lamon Archey, and Sal Stowers. Former cast member Lisa Rinna will reprise her role as Billie Reed, an agent for the International Security Alliance; additional casting will be announced later.
Beyond Salem will be the first original Days of Our Lives limited series. It will follow several characters to locales outside the show’s fictional city of Salem: John and Marlena (Hogestyn and Hall) travel to Zurich for a long weekend; Ben and Ciara (Wilson and Konefal) take a romantic getaway to New Orleans; Chad (Flynn) visits friends in Phoenix; and Abe, Paulina, Lani and Eli (Reynolds, Harry, Stowers, and Archey) take a vacation in Miami.
All of them become embroiled in a case involving stolen jewels that, should they end up in the wrong hands, could bring dire consequences to Salem. ISA agent Reed (Rinna) races to find the missing goods.
What are the other details related to the Days of our lives Spinoff?
More Days of our Lives is on the way! Today, Peacock announced that it has ordered a five-episode limited series spinoff of its only remaining daytime drama, to be titled Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem. It will expand the story of the core Salem families and will see the return of Lisa Rinna as Billie Reed, the role that put her on the map.
Here is the official Beyond Salem synopsis released by Peacock:
“Over a long weekend, John & Marlena travel to Zurich, Ben & Ciara have a romantic getaway in New Orleans, Chad visits some old friends in Phoenix, and Abe, Paulina, Lani, and Eli vacation in Miami. All find themselves embroiled in a mystery involving stolen jewels which, in the wrong hands, could cause dire consequences for Salem. It’s a race against time for ISA agent Billie Reed as she crosses the globe in search of this missing treasure. Packed with all of the romance, action, drama, and surprises that only Days of our Lives can deliver, fans will spend a week with their favorite Salem super couples and reconnect with many familiar faces along the way.”
What are the Days of our lives?
Days of Our Lives (also stylized as Days of our Lives; simply referred to as Days or DOOL) is an American television daytime soap opera broadcast on NBC. It is one of the longest-running scripted television programs in the world, airing nearly every weekday since November 8, 1965. A co-production of Corday Productions and Sony Pictures Television.
The series was created by husband-and-wife team Ted Corday and Betty Corday. During Days of Our Lives’ early years, Irna Phillips (creator of former NBC stablemate Another World as well as its former CBS rivals, As the World Turns and Guiding Light) served as a story editor for the program and many of the show’s earliest storylines were written by William J. Bell, who would depart the series in 1975 to focus full-time on The Young and the Restless, which he created for CBS in 1973. Since 2007, the soap opera “Passions” has stopped being on TV. Now it’s just “Days of Our Lives” that is on NBC.