DAYS spoilers photos for Tuesday, November 30, 2021, are here! Catch a glimpse of your favorite Salemites stirring up drama.
Sami Brady DiMera (Alison Sweeney) is in a terrible spot. Her captor’s goon pays her a visit and he looks like trouble. Can Sami convince him to spill the details of who snatched her? And, if not, can Sami manage to dupe him and escape? Our girl is going to try!
Meanwhile, Kristen DiMera (Stacy Haiduk) gets herself a phone and starts making some calls. Will one of them be to Ava Vitali (Tamara Braun)? Sure seems so since the former mob princess leaves her cozy bed with Rafe Hernandez (Galen Gering) and lands on Gwen Rizczech’s (Emily O’Brien) doorstep.
While Gwen goes off with Ava, Xander (Paul Telfer) pays an old friend a visit. He brings Susan Banks some flowers at the hospital. While it seems like a nice gesture, something tells us this isn’t just a friendly visit.
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Days of our Lives History
DOOL made its debut in 1965 and is one of the longest-running daytime soap operas in American history. It has outlasted other soaps to become a mainstay for many households. Needless to say, five decades of storylines have kept viewers locked in and wanting more.
From Sami Brady’s (Alison Sweeney) crazy schemes to Victor Kiriakis’s (John Aniston) one-liners to the epic love story of John (Drake Hogestyn) and Marlena (Deidre Hall), DAYS knows how to entertain and keep fans coming back for more. Fans love their daytime soap operas and the excitement in Salem is non-stop.
Soap Opera History
More than 50 years of gripping drama as well as love in the afternoon have kept this NBC daytime soap on the air and winning Daytime Emmys. The other three daytime dramas include General Hospital (GH), The Young and the Restless (YR), and The Bold and the Beautiful (BB).
Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes. For more about what’s coming up in Salem, check out all the latest that’s been posted on DAYS spoilers, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.