Days Of Our Lives Will No Longer Run On Cable!

This will stress out my mother!

The days of watching “Days of Our Lives” on NBC are slipping by like sands through the hourglass.

After 57 years on network TV at NBC, the classic daytime soap, “Days of Our Lives,” is moving to exclusive streaming at Peacock.

“Days” — which was a launching pad for stars like Mila Kunis, Pamela Anderson, and Lisa Rinna — is the network’s longest-running show.

So even given the diminished popularity of daytime soaps compared to their early 1980s peak, it is still a very bold move by NBC to move it over to its streaming platform.

This means NBC will no longer have any soaps on their daytime schedule; and only three daytime network TV soaps remain: “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS), “The Young and the Restless” (CBS), and “General Hospital” (ABC).

“Days of Our Lives” first aired in November 1965. In December 2020, the show celebrated its incredible 14,000th episode during its 55th year on the air. In all categories of the Emmys, “Days” has an amazing 372 nominations. That includes 26 times for Outstanding Daytime Drama, winning it four times, most recently in 2018.