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Happy Monday, soap fans! Our Jaymes Vaughan caught up with Soap Opera Digest Editorial Director Stephanie Sloane to get the latest scoop on your favorite soaps.


First, something wicked this way comes on The Bold and The Beautiful. That's right, Kimberlin Brown is making her triumphant returns as Sheila, the biological mother of Finn. Brown took up the role back in 1990 and stepped away in 2006. She made a brief return from 2017 to 2018, and now it looks like she's back again to stir up some more trouble.

Brown told Soap Opera Digest that executive producer Bradley Bell sent her flowers to share the news of Sheila’s return. She also took to Instagram to share a video in which she teased “wait until you see what Sheila does next.” With new episodes airing on CBS and streaming on Paramount Plus, you won’t wanna miss Sheila’s return.

Attention Days of Our Lives fans! The streaming service Peacock just announced some huge news. It turns out Days is getting the spin-off treatment! That’s right, Peacock’s Beyond Salem will find past and present beloved characters coming together.

Among those returning are Christie Clark and Austin Peck, who shared this behind the scenes selfie. Also returning is Lisa Rinna who will be reprising her role as Billie Reed. Those are just a few of the many familiar faces that will be featured in the five episode limited series. Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem starts streaming on Peacock soon.

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