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It's a new week, which means there are new storylines and premieres in the world of soap operas! We're checking in with Soap Opera Digest's Stephanie for the latest daytime TV headlines.

First up, the newest Days of our Lives spinoff series titled Beyond Salem is now streaming on Peacock TV. The five-part miniseries will split off from the typical Days storylines as it contains its own story that will take place over five episodes.

Stephanie Sloane also tells us that former stars of the show will make appearances in the spinoff including Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson. The RHOBH stars haven't worked together since 2013.

Speaking of storylines, Stephanie is sharing some juicy story teasers ahead of this week's soap offerings and gossip. It's Soap Opera Digest's fall preview season, and on The Bold and the Beautiful, will dip into some controversy with Eric, Quinn, and Carter. Over on Days of our Lives, John and Marlena have a big storyline on the horizon and the same goes for Doug and Julie. Lastly, on General Hospital, Jason and Carly will walk down the aisle, but will Sonny stop them before they do? Tune in to find out!

For more headlines like these, pick up the latest issue of Soap Opera Digest.

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