Excitement is building for fans of Days of Our Lives as time inches closer to the show’s anniversary on November 8. That’s because the show will be doing something never done before in daytime — if you don’t mind spoilers, continue reading about the latest news revealed.
A Year In the Days of Our Lives Slammer
Once again, Jason47 DAYS Website has a juicy tidbit about the time jump, this time sharing that we should “expect to see at least two of those pictured below to be in prison.”
Of course, we don’t know when they’ll be going placed in prison or what put them there (that will surely be part of the fun as we learn what happened) — but there are certainly a lot of choices provided — so which two characters will it be?
Once again, we go to the rumor of Steve (Stephen Nichols) and Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) fans not being happy with their favorite couple’s upcoming story — could it find Steve behind bars? It certainly wouldn’t be the first time. While this wouldn’t make for a great reunion, it would probably be better than a coma.
Of course, if we just go with those who seemed to like to break the law in the past, that could put Jordan (Chrishell Hartley), Eve (Kassie DePaiva), Kristen (Stacy Haiduk), Xander (Paul Telfer), Victor (John Aniston), or even Dr. Rolf (Will Utay) in the running. But would they really go the obvious route?
Anna (Leann Hunley) has also shown that her respect for the law can be fleeting, while Gabi (Camila Banus) is pretty angry over Stefan’s (Brandon Barash) death — did she take the law into her own hands with horrible results?
We can’t help but think that with this incredible leap in storytelling, Days of Our Lives wouldn’t pick a traditional or predictable route with its storytelling. So who would the least likely be?
What if Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) was covering for either Victor or Xander? Or Abby (Kate Mansi) covering for something Chad (Billy Flynn) did? The possibilities are endless and we can’t wait to tune in to find out! Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.