To cope with all of the content “DOOL” is producing, the series has hired two more writers onto its staff. Roger Schroeder, a 55 year old from New Orleans began writing for the series on October 27. This is his first experience working in Daytime. Lacey Dyer joined the staff on October 20. The 25 year old previously worked on “Days” as a writer’s assistant from March 2, 2010-June 13, 2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Real life veterans will appear as themselves in this episode which will focus on Marlena (Deidre Hall) trying to get Jack (Matt Ashford) help by taking him to a veteran’s hospital and visiting with patients who are struggling, like him, with their return home and with their own memories of being at war. Read the rest of this entry »
Back to Salem.
Wonder what’s up with all of those strange phone calls Madison (Sarah brown) has been making? You’re about to get an answer. Soap vet Ian Buchanan has joined the cast as a super rich businessman who has a hold on her. The character of Ian McAllister promises to be as dangerous as he is charming. Viewers may recognize Buchanan for his role on “The Bold And The Beautiful” (ex-Dr. James Warwick), and “All My Children” (ex-Dr. Greg Madden). They might also remember that he used to be on “DOOL” way back in 2001 as Lord Sheraton. Read the rest of this entry »
Grant Harvey will be playing Artie, a student at Salem U on Nov 3. It will be a recurring role.
Bren Foster will be back as Quinn on November 1.
Soap Opera Digest has reported that Lisa De Cazotte will be joining as Co-Executive Producer of “Days of Our Lives.” De Cazotte will be replacing Noel Maxam immediately. She is no stranger to Daytime, having previously worked on “General Hospital,” “All My Children” and other soaps. She is best known, however, for serving as Executive Producer on “Passions.” Read the rest of this entry »
On Twitter, “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”‘s Jai Rodriguez has stated that he has been cast in a multi-episode role on “DOOL.” Details about the character are still being kept quiet, but the actor will begin shooting next week. He has previously appeared on soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” Read the rest of this entry »
According to his wife Jenna’s latest tweet, Galen Gering (Rafe/ex-RoboRafe) has renewed his contract.
Silver screen star Ruta Lee will be coming to Salem. Read more here.
Nate Berkus will be doing a guest spot on October 12 and 13.
Sarah Brown debuts as Madison on October 4. Read the rest of this entry »
Updated: October 5.
Soap Opera Digest has confirmed that James Scott (EJ) and “DOOL” have reached an agreement. The actor has signed a one-year deal that will keep him on the series until April 2013.
It is being reported that Scott has returned to talks with the series. Scott has issued this statement: “It has always been my wish to continue working with ‘Days of our Lives,’ and in light of recent reassurances given, I am optimistic of my future here at Days!”
Original article: September 29.
According to Soap Opera Digest, James Scott (EJ) will be leaving Salem behind. The actor was in contract talks with “DOOL” but they could not come to an agreement. This means that Scott will be leaving the series when his contract expires. The exact departure date has not yet been released. Read the rest of this entry »
Veteran actress Ruta Lee will be coming to Salem. Best known for her roles in “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers” and “Funny Face,” she has an extensive TV resume that includes everything from “Gunsmoke” and “The Flying Nun” to “The Smurfs” and “Roseanne.” She will be appearing as a client of Carrie’s (Christie Clark). Read the rest of this entry »
Along with all of the other veterans returning this fall, it turns out that Mary Beth Evans (Kayla) will also be back for a stint. Her character returns to town to give Caroline (Peggy McCay) some help at the pub. Evans will be on the set to start shooting on September 23. Read the rest of this entry »