Days of Our Lives

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Orange Is the New Black, Grey's Anatomy, Orphan Black Among GLAAD Media Awards Nominees

Laura Prepon, Taylor Schilling

Orange Is the New BlackGrey's AnatomyOrphan BlackBrooklyn Nine-Nine and Modern Family are among the TV shows that scored nominations for the 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards, which honor outlets that depict "outstanding images of the LGBT community." ABC leads broadcast networks with three nominations.

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Exclusive: Eileen Davidson Returns to Days of Our Lives

Eileen Davidson

Yes, there is a soap god! Über-fan fave Eileen Davidson is returning to NBC's Days of Our Lives for a "powerful Kristen DiMera story arc" a show rep tells TV Guide Magazine. The actress, who also plays Ashley Abbott on CBS's The Young and the Restless, quit Days last July, telling us in an exclusive interview that she needed more personal time.

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ABC Renews General Hospital

General Hospital

All My Children and One Life to Live may have bitten the dust, but ABC's stalwart General Hospital will be back for at least one more season, Deadline reports.

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Daytime Emmys Update: It's Going to Be a Real Race!

Julia Barr (AMC), Erika Slezak (OLTL)

For a while there it looked like the Daytime Emmy soap categories would be split among just four shows — The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives and General Hospital. But a ruling from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has allowed the Prospect Park internet reboots of All My Children and One Life to Live to compete in all the soap categories — and those web kids are serious about taking home some gold!

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Alison Sweeney Announces She's Leaving Days of Our Lives

Alison Sweeney, Ellen DeGeneres

Days of Our Lives star Alison Sweeney made a major announcement on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday: She's leaving the soap opera after 21 years.

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The Best in Soaps 2013

Greg Vaughan and Eileen Davidson

Best Soap: Days of Our Lives and General Hospital (tie)
Hey, we tried to pick one over the other — really, we did — but we simply couldn't. NBC's Days of Our Lives, the soap that once costarred Satan, continued to wow us with its awesomely trashy shocks: Stefano hires a hit man to cut off Rafe's penis! Sonny is forced to deliver his boyfriend's baby! Kristen beds a drugged-out priest and gets it all on video! But mostly Days did what it does best — bring us deeply involving relationship drama with characters we've loved and cherished for decades. Its Emmy Award for Outstanding Daytime Drama in June — the show's first in 35 years — was well-deserved.

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The Biz: Why Soaps Are Bubbling

Susan Flannery, Lesley-Anne Down

Like a popular dead character suddenly coming back to life, the rising ratings of the remaining daytime dramas are a major surprise of the TV season.

All four soaps are seeing growth in total audience and at least one of the younger demographic categories (women ages 18 to 49 and women ages 18 to 34) that are important to advertisers. On CBS, The Bold and the Beautiful is up 12 percent in total viewers this season, giving the show its best start since 2007, while The Young and the Restless recently had its largest weekly audience since... read more

Days of Our Lives: Charles Shaughnessy and Patsy Pease to Return

Charles Shaughnessy, Patsy Pease

Charles Shaughnessy and Patsy Pease will return to Days of Our LivesSoap Opera Network reports. The pair will first return as Shane Donovan and Kimberly Brady on ... read more

Exclusive: Chandler Massey Talks About His Sudden, Controversial Exit From Days or Our Lives

Chandler Massey

Two-time Emmy winner Chandler Massey filmed his final scenes as Days of Our Lives' gay heartthrob Will Horton on Friday, Aug. 23 — only he didn't know they were his last until he was summoned at the end of his work day to the office of Greg Meng, the soap's co-executive producer. During this meeting, Meng informed Massey, who had been planning to depart the NBC soap when his contract expired in December, that he would have to leave immediately because a replacement had already been hired. Massey exited the studio sans fanfare — no farewell party, no goodbyes, no nothing — and sources close to the young actor say he was devastated and in tears. His last episode will air on or around Dec. 31. read more

Days of Our Lives to Replace Chandler Massey

Chandler Massey

Chandler Massey shot his last scene as Will Horton on Friday, Gay Star Newsreports. The Days of Our Lives actor was let out of his four-year contract more than three months early, but the role of Will is going to be recast.

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Premiered: November 08, 1965, on NBC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: The Horton and Brady broods endure the romantic trials of life in Salem, a Midwestern hamlet filled with evil geniuses, star-crossed lovers and a rich family history. After a slow start, the soap earned a loyal following in spite of (or maybe because of) way-out-there plots, including satanic possession and mind control.

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