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Days of Our Lives: Production to resume in September

Days of Our Lives is an American daily soap opera that broadcasts on NBC. Fans will be ecstatic to hear that the drama is going to resume production in September. Since the show was halted for months due to coronavirus pandemic, fans were eagerly waiting for the show to return. In this post, we will talk about when the daytime drama will resume and further details.

According to the sources, Corday Productions, which produces the drama, Days of our Lives, recently shared news out on Friday. According to which, the show is going to resume on September 1.

The daytime show, Days of our lives production as well as other productions were halted. Because of the COVID 19 situation. The news about the arrival of the show back on the TV came shortly after another drama The Bold and the Beautiful returned in mid-June. Making the show to be one of the first productions to resume in the pandemic. However, after a day, the production of The Bold and the Beautiful was paused again temporarily to reconfigure safety measures.

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Back in January 2020, Days of Our Lives was renewed for Season 56. The renewal of the drama came about two months after the entire cast was released from their contracts. There were speculations and rumors about which cast members will come back to the new season.

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NBC’s EVP, Bruce Evans, said to a famous publishing house, “From our astonishingly loyal fan base to our wonderful writers, cast and crew. The passion for Days never wavers.”

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Ken Corday, executive producer of the Days of our lives shared, “We’re amazingly thrilled to bring the audience another season of a show. That has cemented its place in television history and touches all generations.” He added, “We are most grateful to NBC for their enduring faith in the future of Days. and we are excited to continue delivering compelling stories to our loyal family of fans into this new decade.”

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