What’s old is new again in Salem.
Picture it: Salem, 1994: The town’s popular therapist, outstanding mother and all-around do-gooder, Marlena Evans, becomes possessed by the devil.
“Three decades later, he’s coming back to finish what he started…”
The popular daytime drama (and my favorite show) will revisit the storyline.
“Fans can look forward to twists and turns you’d never suspect as well as familiar faces returning to save the day (or not)…. this time around, the devil knows no bounds and no one in Salem is safe,” NBC said of the upcoming storyline, Deadline.com reports.
In the original possession storyline, Salem villain Stefano DiMera, having been obsessed with Marlena Evans, hypnotized her in an attempt to get her to fall in love with him. But the hypnosis led to Marlena becoming possessed by the devil.
Then, on Dec. 24, 1994, Marlena Evans levitated in what is considered one of the most iconic moments in television history.
Ultimately, the story concluded many months later when John Black — then a priest but later her husband — performed an emergency exorcism.
See more from that original storyline below:
And, no, this is not a one-episode stunt, Carlivati said.
By the way, Pittsburgh “Days of our Lives” fans, don’t forget: ‘DAYS’ moved to 1 p.m. weekdays on WPXI.