— At the annual ‘Day of Days’ fan event in Los Angeles on Saturday (Nov. 11), fans were treated to a special first look at the storylines coming up on the Global and NBC soap this fall and beyond. The promo was then posted on social media with many fans excited to see what’s coming up in Salem. Check in out below!
— Days of our Lives (@nbcdays) November 12, 2017
The promo features Will (Chandler Massey) dealing with amnesia as he thinks that he’s EJ — Yes, he thinks that Susan (Eileen Davidson) is his mother, meaning Sami (Alison Sweeney) would be his wife! The fallout of JJ (Casey Moss) shooting Theo (Kyler Pettis) grips Salem as Abe (James Reynolds) tells Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) things won’t be the same between the Carvers and Hortons if Theo doesn’t pull through. In a shocking twist, Sami lures back Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) to make Will “remember” who he really is. Meanwhile, Ciara returns to Salem (now being played by Victoria Konefal) as Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Rafe (Galen Gering) arguing that he’ll never be Bo and ends up with Sami!
Fans were also treated to glimpses of Eileen Davidson as Sister Mary Moira and Kristen, along with the return of Louise Sorel as Vivian, and the first shot of Tyler Christopher (role TBA), who’ll debut in December.
— This week on Days of our Lives (Global/NBC): JJ (Casey Moss) is horrified when he discovers that he has shot Theo (Kyler Pettis) on Monday (Nov. 13). Abe (James Reynolds) learns about Theo’s shooting while Sonny (Freddie Smith) and Sami (Alison Sweeney) find Will (Chandler Massey). Rafe (Galen Gering) turns up the heat on Susan (Eileen Davidson). Abe lashes out at JJ for shooting his son on Tuesday (Nov. 14). Hope (Kristian Alfonso) takes away JJ’s badge and gun. Sami and Sonny are stunned by Will’s revelation. John (Drake Hogestyn) tells Marlena (Deidre Hall) that Will is alive.
Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) consoles a guilt-ridden JJ on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Theo’s shooting continues to have ripple effects all over Salem. As Chad (Billy Flynn) rips into Andre (Thaao Penghlis), Kate (Lauren Koslow) tries to cover her tracks. Lani (Sal Stowers) tries to help Abe understand how JJ ended up shooing Theo. Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) delivers upsetting news to Theo’s family on Thursday (Nov. 16). Valerie (Vanessa Williams) makes a difficult confession to Abe. A tormented JJ second-guesses his actions. Kate blackmails Tripp (Lucas Adams).
Susan desperate tries to convince Will to leave town with her on Friday (Nov. 17). Paul (Christopher Sean) confides in John about his deception. Marlena is stunned when Sami updates her on the situation with Will. Gabi (Camila Banus) receives incredible news.
Coming up: Sami and Susan battle over Will on Nov. 20. Adrienne (Judi Evans) and Justin (Wally Kurth) reconnect on a romantic level. A familiar face visits Susan on Nov. 21. Eve (Kassie DePaiva) blasts Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Victor (John Aniston). Roman (Josh Taylor) and Sami comfort Abe on Nov. 22 as Will reunites with Gabi and Arianna.
— This week on The Young and the Restless (Global/CBS): Sharon (Sharon Case) worries about Scott’s (Daniel Hall) safety on Monday (Nov. 13; Canadian airdates listed). Victor (Eric Braeden) and Jack (Peter Bergman) put their differences aside. Victoria (Amelia Heinle) is suspicious of Abby (Melissa Ordway).
— Young & The Restless (@YRInsider) November 10, 2017
On Tuesday (Nov. 14), Hilary (Mishael Morgan) comforts Cane (Daniel Goddard). Lily (Christel Khalil) is caught off guard. Victoria and Neil (Kristoff St. John) manage a crisis. Chelsea’s (Melissa Claire Egan) connection to Jordan (Darnell Kirkwood) is exposed on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Dina (Marla Adams) holds the key to mystery regarding Scott and Abby’s whereabouts. Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) receives an unwelcome guest.
Jack and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) make a heartbreaking discovery about Dina. Nick (Joshua Morrow) confronts Chelsea about her past. Someone is in the line of fire. Coming up: Jack and Billy (Jason Thompson) put their differences aside to celebrate Thanksgiving with the Abbott family.
— Beth Maitland is back as Traci celebrates Thanksgiving in Genoa City with the rest of the Abbott family.
— Jess Walton returns as Jill on the Friday, Dec. 15th episode (in Canada; airs on Dec. 18 in the U.S.).
— Y&R will air a repeat episode on Thursday, Nov. 23 in the ET and CT time zones but will be pre-empted on the West Coast due to the Thanksgiving Day Parade. On Friday, Nov. 24), a repeat episode will air in the ET and CT time zones, while the West Coast airing will be pre-empted due to CBS Sports coverage of NCAA Football. New episodes resume in the U.S. on Monday, Nov. 27. In Canada, repeats will air on Wednesday, Nov. 22 & Thursday, Nov. 23, with new episodes resuming on Friday, Nov. 24.
— This week on General Hospital (City/ABC): Jordan (Vinessa Antoine) has big news on Monday (Nov. 13). Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) is interrupted. Lulu (Emme Rylan) pays Maxie (Kirsten Storms) a visit. Nathan (Ryan Peavey) tries to help. Nelle (Chloe Lanier) overhears a private conversation. Carly (Laura Wright) tries to help on Tuesday (Nov. 14). “Jason” (Billy Miller) attempts to move forward. Anna (Finola Hughes) learns the truth. Valentin (James Patrick Stuart) comes clean. Nina (Michelle Stafford) is cautious.
Valentin is put on the spot on Wednesday (Nov. 15). Nina gets a sweet surprise. Scott (Kin Shriner) defends his actions. Lulu gets exciting news. Laura (Genie Francis) attempts to fill a void. Ava (Maura West) confronts Griffin (Matt Cohen) on Thursday (Nov. 16). Sonny (Maurice Benard) sets the record straight. Nelle takes advantage of a situation. Nathan does his best to help. Carly questions Oscar’s (Garren Stitt) intentions.
On Friday (Nov. 17), “Patient 6” makes one last passionate plea. Curtis (Donnell Turner) has an update. Ava gets under Franco’s (Roger Howarth) skin. Nina puts things into perspective. Amy’s (Risa Dorken) actions are appreciated. Coming up: Felicia (Kristina Wagner) shares too much on Nov. 20; Franco comforts a foe on Nov. 21; “Jason” turns to Monica (Leslie Charleson) on Nov. 22.
— GH will air an encore episode on Thursday, Nov. 23 and will be pre-empted on Friday, Nov. 24. New episodes of GH resume on Monday, Nov. 27.
— As expected, Kimberly McCullough will return as Robin as part of GH’s “Tale of Two Jason’s” storyline.
— This week on The Bold and the Beautiful (CTV Two/CBS): On Monday (Nov. 13), Bill (Don Diamont) informs Wyatt (Darin Brooks) of Steffy’s (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) to attempt to reunite the family, but Wyatt thinks that it may not work this time. Sally (Courtney Hope) confesses to Coco (Courtney Grosbeck) about Liam being the Spectra building and gifting it to her. Coco points out to Sally the silver lining that may result from her recent misfortunes on Tuesday (Nov. 14). A tortured Liam searches his soul and realizes the error of his ways.
On Wednesday (Nov. 15), Bill comforts Steffy in her time of need and gives her encouragement to expect more from the men in her life. Wyatt reminds Liam of the warnings he received regarding taking Sally’s side against Bill’s. Quinn (Rena Sofer) and Eric (John McCook) have a frightening experience which leads them to believe that Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) has returned. Steffy’s actions lead her to become more forgiving of Liam’s minor indiscretion.
Wyatt and Katie (Heather Tom) experiment with sexy role-playing in the bedroom on Friday (Nov. 17). Liam surprise Steffy with a gift to solidify their marriage following their big fight. Coming up: Will Bill imagine a life with Steffy? The Forrester, Logan, Spencer, Avant and Spectra families come together for Thanksgiving.
— Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne) and Obba Babatundé (Julius) return on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
— A repeat of B&B will air on Thursday, Nov. 23 but will be pre-empted on Friday, Nov. 24, due to CBS Sports coverage of NCAA Football. New episodes resume on Monday, Nov. 27.