According to Soap Opera Digest, Executive Producer of Days of Our Lives, Ken Corday, addressed the cast and toasted to the show’s move to Peacock which will take place on September 12. In a statement, he said, “In 1975, DAYS went from a 1/2 show to an hour show. He (his father Ted Corday, the creator of DAYS) never feared change or what the future held … he embraced both. That pioneering spirit has been evident in the many thousands of episodes of DAYS produced over the last 58 years. Now we have pioneered into the streaming world of television in 2022 on the NBC Peacock platform. It is only appropriate that DAYS is the first daytime drama to make a continuous transition from broadcast to streaming and it is a very exciting and upward transition.” Check out the photos below!

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