"Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives." Follow the trials and tribulations of the Bradys, Hortons, DiMeras, and other families of Salem, as their relationships forge romance, adventure, mystery, comedy, and drama.
Last Episode52x53 Friday December 2, 2016 Aired: Dec. 02, 2016
Sonny interferes in an argument between Justin and Lucas; Kayla gets Adrienne's test results; J.J. and Gabi get together; Jennifer tries to get …
Days of our Lives: Season 52, Episode #52 - Thursday, December 1, 2016
Adrienne is rushed to the hospital.
Days of our Lives: Season 52, Episode #51 - Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Hope finds an unlikely ally in prison...
Series Fun Facts
- In July of 2001, Daytime NBC (with soaps Days of Our Lives & Passions) became the first network to broadcast with Spanish closed-captioning.
- In September 2015, while reporting on the millions of Syrian migrants who were undergoing extreme hardships to get to safety in Europe, John Oliver and the other writers on Oliver's HBO show…
[show]In September 2015, while reporting on the millions of Syrian migrants who were undergoing extreme hardships to get to safety in Europe, John Oliver and the other writers on Oliver's HBO show "Last Week Tonight" saw a news interview with an enthusiastic, bright, wheelchair-bound sixteen-year-old Syrian refugee named Noujain Mustaffa. Mustaffa said that she had learned English by watching her favorite TV show, Days of Our Lives, she was a particular fan of the relationship between Sami and E. J., and she wished that E. J. had not been killed off. In response, "Last Week Tonight" arranged for Days actors Alison Sweeney (Sami) and James Scott (E. J.) to film a scene for "Last Week Tonight" showing E. J. returning from the dead (after having been resurrected by a witch doctor). In the scene, Sami and E. J. briefly discuss E. J.'s return but then quickly move on to sympathizing with the plight of the Syrian migrants, making sure to work Noujain's name into their conversation multiple times.
- Goof (miscellaneous): One episode from 1993 incorrectly credited Frances Reid as "Francis Reid".