Joey’s Friends Novel, Days Of Our Lives May End 54 Years In US


Joey’s Friends Novel, Days Of Our Lives May End 54 Years In US. The entire cast has been relieved of their roles and, after 55 seasons, the plot will go into an indefinite hiatus.

It seems that the end of the American soap opera Days Of Our Lives is over. According to TMZ, the plot actors were released from their contracts.

The vehicle also claims that it contacted the soap opera producers, who said they left all actors free to get new jobs. However, it is noteworthy that this does not necessarily indicate the definitive end of the attraction.

In the United States, the soap opera leaves for its 55th season and then enters an indefinite hiatus. TMZ says NBC, the attraction’s broadcaster, must decide new directions for the program by early 2020.

According to TVLine, producing studios want to cut costs and perhaps start the plot from scratch.

Days Of Our Lives went live in 1965 and is one of the longest running soap operas in the world. In Brazil, the plot became known because of Friends, in which Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) played an actor who acted in the plot as stud doctor Drake Ramore.

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