Days of Our Lives spoilers weekly update for November 25-29, 2019, is here! Catch up on what you missed, get a sneak peek at what’s ahead, and see our weekly specials, just for fans!
DAYS Weekly Recap
We had still another crazy week on Days of Our Lives, with twists and turns both on and off the screen!
Clyde orchestrated the capture of baby Mickey, forcing Xander to exonerate Ben in exchange for the infant’s safe return.
That confession wasn’t the only bombshell involving the child, either: After turning down the man’s marriage proposal, Nicole told Eric that he was the father.
It was an enormous revelation, but it was nothing compared to what Jennifer learned when Justin informed her that Adrienne had died… and that he and Kayla are an item now. If things keep going like this, there’s no telling where we’ll end up! Here are the spoilers!
DAYS Weekly Teasers
There’s a surprise in store for Chad when a planned meeting with Stefano doesn’t go quite the way that he expected, and he has to reassess what he thought he knew.
Equally difficult questions will be raised by Lani, too, when she finally confesses to the reason why she left Eli. Emotions run high elsewhere, too, when Eve celebrates her first-ever Thanksgiving behind bars… in the company of Hattie, no less.
Soap Hub Shopping
Suffice it to say that we’re in for a compelling week, although real-world preemptions might add their own twists. Fortunately, Soap Hub has you covered in that corner: Whenever your shows are preempted, you can check with us for other ways to see them, as well as for episode recaps, discussions, and behind-the-scenes details, so you won’t be missing out at all.
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