- Days of Our Lives has temporarily paused production.
- The pause is due to an ongoing misconduct investigation concerning one of their co-executive producers, Albert Alarr.
- Crew members allegedly expressed mental health concerns, prompting the investigation.
The popular soap opera Days of Our Lives has halted production temporarily due to an ongoing misconduct investigation. The investigation centers around co-executive producer Albert Alarr after crew members allegedly made claims that led to concerns about their mental well-being.
The show’s other co-executive producer, Ken Corday, has reportedly launched an internal probe to determine if there have been any Code of Conduct violations. As a result, the production has been suspended to ensure the seriousness of the matter is respected and investigated properly.
The production pause is expected to have minimal impact on the show’s airing schedule as Days of Our Lives already has a significant numbers of episodes already filmed and ready to air. It is reported that the production halt will not affect the upcoming holiday season episodes that have become a tradition for the long-running drama.
Days of Our Lives is one of the longest-running scripted television programs in the world, airing nearly every weekday since November 8, 1965. Over the years, it has tackled a variety of topics, from social issues to adventure and romance, earning numerous accolades and devoted fans in the process.