Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives!
NBC announced on Wednesday (Jan. 29) their official renewal of Days of our Lives for a record 56th season!
“From our incredibly loyal fan base to our wonderful writers, cast and crew, the enthusiasm for DAYS never wavers,” said Bruce Evans, Executive Vice President of Current Programming at NBC Entertainment. “We’re incredibly thrilled to bring viewers another season of a show that has cemented its place in television history and touches all generations.”
“We are most grateful to NBC for their enduring faith in the future of Days of our Lives, and we are excited to continue delivering compelling stories to our loyal family of fans into this new decade,” said executive producer Ken Corday.
Sony Pictures Television’s Steve Kent (Senior Executive Vice President, Programming) adds that “Ken Corday and his team continue to build on the legacy of quality storytelling and intriguing characters that connect with audiences of all ages. We are thrilled that viewers in the U.S. and around the world will be able to enjoy the award-winning Days of our Lives for another season.”
Greg Meng and Albert Alarr co-produce the series along with Ken Corday, while Ron Carlivati continues to serve as head writer. DAYS is produced by Corday Productions, Inc., in association with Sony Pictures Television. DAYS has garnered 57 Daytime Emmy Awards, including most recently 2015 and 2018’s Outstanding Daytime Drama.
Set in the fictional Midwestern town of Salem, Days of our Lives made its television debut on November 8, 1965, and airs on Global in Canada. The series celebrated its 13,755th episode in 2019.
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