‘Days of Our Lives’ episodes could last longer on Peacock | Entertainment
Like sand through the hourglass, your sand may take a little longer to do what sand does when it flows (Flows? Falls?) through the hourglass, because when days of our lives passes to Peacock, the show will not be limited due to advertising time.
Days executive producer Ken Corday said Soap Opera Digest: “You’ll probably get more show content after February of next year, because we don’t have to limit the show to 38 minutes with 22 minutes of commercial time.”
He went on to say not that “on Peacock, with the [Premium] subscription, you get four minutes of advertising time [per episode]and with the highest [Premium Plus] subscription,” which pays $9.99/month, “you get no commercial time. So it’s good.
days of our lives is one of the oldest scripted television programs in the world, and it has been on the air since 1965. It is set in the fictional town of Salem. The daytime drama has aired for 57 years on NBC and now it will move to Peacock on September 12.
Another benefit of having DOOL switching to Peacock is that viewers won’t have to watch DVR episodes after leaving work, and their local television affiliate that airs the program won’t be interrupted to break the news. Longtime soap fans, remember when someone was recording on VHS tapes of our favorite stories with something ridiculous like a football match? Thanks to streaming, there is no danger for that!
You can watch the episodes whenever you want, starting September 12. All you need is internet access. And your Peacock subscription!
days of our livesExclusive streaming premiere, Monday, September 12, Peacock