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Why is ‘Days of our Lives’ not on TV?

Why is “Days of our Lives” not on TV? NBC moved it to Peacock TV.

Has “Days of our Lives” been canceled? No. It’s still going strong on Peacock TV.

Why is “Days of our Lives” not on this week? It is on. It’s on Peacock TV.

What happened to “Days of our Lives” on NBC? The network moved it to Peacock TV.

If you haven’t heard, the sands keep flowing through the hourglass in Salem as “Days of our Lives” has a new home.

Beginning Sept. 12, new episodes of “Days of our Lives” started airing exclusively on Peacock TV.

You won’t find “Days of our Lives” on NBC anymore.

The network moved “Days of our Lives” to Peacock TV. It’s NBC’s streaming service.

New episodes are available weekdays at 6 a.m. Eastern.

The show is available under Peacock’s paid tier. New subscribers can get it for a discounted price of $1.99 a month or $19.99 for a year.

Many Comcast (Xfinity) customers might already have Peacock for free!

No longer are “Days of our Lives” fans tied to a television to watch. “Days of our Lives” fans can watch on the Peacock mobile app, on their tablets, on their computers or on their TVs (using a smart TV or a device like Chromecast).

Another perk is that “Days of our Lives” will never be pre-empted by network news, local news or sports. That means no recording at 1 a.m. or watching 45 minutes of an episode only for it to be cut off.

If you’re new to Peacock, don’t forget to watch the two “Beyond Salem” chapters (“Beyond Salem” chapter two included Kristian Alfonso and Peter Reckell) and the “Days of our Lives” Christmas movie!