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The cast of the popular and long-running soap opera “Days of Our Lives”, has reportedly been released from their contracts and the series’ future remains uncertain.
According to TVLine, which first reported the news, the entire cast was released from their contract and the show is expected to go on an indefinite break at the end of the month of November. However, in the Days of Our Lives” has not yet officially been cancelled.
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Representatives for Sony Pictures Television had no comment when reached by Fox News for a while. NBC can’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The cast of “Days of our Lives”, has reportedly been released from their contracts and when they negotiate an extension.
Luckily for the fans, as TVLine notes that the popular soap-opera-shoot-eight months ahead of time. As a result, even if the series’ production, it was dark, at the end of the month, there’s still enough episodes in the can to last until the summer of 2020. It is possible, however, that is not the case at all.
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The outlet notes that NBC and Sony Pictures Television are currently locked in negotiations for the renewal of the series. A source tells Fox News that the cast will be offered new contracts at renewal, but at a slower pace. This is not an uncommon practice in the soap opera world as a way to network with the owners to make more profit by paying the cost of the all-star cast for less.
In spite of the low ratings and the soap opera genre, the fall of the wall outlet, says that all indications point to the SHOW wanting to keep the show around. Once this is done, production is likely to resume in March by the year 2020.
The possibility of the loss of the majority of the cast is coming at an opportune time, as the story took over a year to have the time to jump in.
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“This is a great way to reset things, from longtime fans,” executive producer Ken Corday told TVInsider of the time. “It will be a catalyst for many more changes to come.”