How do I contact the writers on Days of Our Lives?

How do I contact the writers on Days of Our Lives?

e-mail: [email protected] or comment on their Facebook page. To get your letter in Ask Us, email [email protected] or write in.

Where is Days of Our Lives based?

Set in the fictitious Midwestern town of Salem, the show’s core families are the Bradys, Hortons, Carvers, DiMeras, and Kiriakises. It mixes elements of romance, adventure, mystery, comedy and drama. Days of Our Lives is produced by Corday Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television.

How do I contact General Hospital writers?


  1. Frank Valentini, Executive Producer.
  2. Jean Passanante & Shelly Altman Co- Head Writer’s.
  3. Any GH Actor (Substitute the name of the actor for “Any GH Actor”)
  4. General Hospital Comment Line: 323-671-4583.
  5. Soap Opera Digest.
  6. ABC Soaps In Depth Magazine.

Is John and Marlena leaving Days of our Lives in 2021?

This Friday, January 23, John and Marlena will officially leave Salem. Whether fans agree or disagree with Days of Our Lives’ controversial decision to axe the popular duo, there’s no denying the supercouple will be gone after Friday.

Who are the producers of Days of Our Lives?

“Days of our Lives” is produced by Corday Productions, Inc. in association with Sony Pictures Television. Ken Corday is the executive producer with co-executive producer Albert Alarr. Ron Carlivati is the head writer. “Days of our Lives” airs nationally on NBC in the United States and in over 15 countries internationally.

Where can I watch Days of Our Lives?

Days of our Lives – Watch episodes on and the NBC App. The lives of the Brady, DiMera and Horton families evolve in this daily drama.

Who is coming back to Days of Our Lives?

Our Days of Our Lives spoiler post for the week of 5-24-21 include all the scoop on Brady’s decision to end things with Kristen and Jan’s crazy move. Chrishell Stause: Returning to Days of Our Lives!

When did Days of Our Lives first air?

About the Show. “Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.”. For half of a century, those words have introduced and underscored one of daytime drama’s rare mainstays. NBC’s “Days of our Lives,” which turned 50 in November 2015, first premiered as a half-hour drama in 1965 and expanded to an hour 10 years later.