On behalf of TAMARA BRAUN ONLINE I’d like to take this time to wish Tamara the happiest, most beautiful, and amazing-ist birthday ever. I hope you’re sharing it with those you love and those two adorable puppers.
A couple years ago a project showed up on Tamara’s IMDB page called KOMBUCHA CURE. It looked like it was going to be a film, however, I just found out it has been converted to a series. The first official trailer has been released. I have screencapped Tamara’s parts in it for you. I will post when I know more about where and when the show will air.
I thought I’d better let you know what’s been going on with the site. You’ve probably noticed the site has been unstable of late. That is because the host I had was not seeing to his clients. I’d submitted a ton of support tickets to ask what was going on, and to fix it. However, I received no reply. This has been going on since late October 2022. The instability has been happening since mid November. Having no other choice I’ve moved to a new host that has better support. I do apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and I’m sorry the site wasn’t up and running properly. It is now and I have a few updates to add.
As the title says, the media section is back online, however, the press library and filmography is still glitching. Not sure what the problem is, but I’ll keep working on them so for now, they’ll remain down. My apologies. But the good news is you can go back to watching videos.
Edited: The press library and filmography sections are back up. I forgot to do something in the background. Once I fixed it, both sections were back. Yay me!
I wanted to say that I know the media, filmography, and press archive is currently down. Right now I’m in the process of investigating the reason why they’re down. I’m sorry for any inconvenience this has caused and know I’ll work on getting them all back up as soon as I possibly can. Thank you for your patience.
According to many sources, DAYS OF OUR LIVES has been cancelled on NBC a network it’s called home since its inception in 1965. It will be moving to the Peacock streaming platform come September 12, 2022. Not sure how this affects the actors, but for sure it’ll affect many of the viewers. More below.
‘Days of Our Lives’ Moving to Peacock From NBC
The soap opera is the longest-running entertainment series the broadcast network has ever aired.
Days of Our Lives, the longest-running entertainment series the network has ever aired, will leave the network in September. Its new home will be on NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming platform, beginning Sept. 12.
NBC will fill the daytime spot vacated by Days with NBC News Daily, an hour-long show anchored by Kate Snow, Aaron Gilchrist, Vicky Nguyen and Morgan Radford. Affiliates will also have the option to add local news to the hour.
“This programming shift benefits both Peacock and NBC and is reflective of our broader strategy to utilize our portfolio to maximize reach and strengthen engagement with viewers,” said NBCUniversal Television and Streaming chairman Mark Lazarus in a statement. “With a large percentage of the Days of Our Lives audience already watching digitally, this move enables us to build the show’s loyal fanbase on streaming while simultaneously bolstering the network daytime offering with an urgent, live programming opportunity for partners and consumers.”
Library episodes of Days of Our Lives stream on Peacock, and the service has also housed two miniseries (subtitled Beyond Salem) in the past year.
The soap opera, produced by Corday Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television, is in the middle of a two-season order that will take it through the 2022-23 season. The coming season will be its 58th, making it the second longest-running daytime drama in American TV history behind ABC’s General Hospital. Days will pass Guiding Light, which also ran 57 seasons, in the fall.
Days was the least watched of the four daytime dramas on the broadcast network last season, averaging about 1.7 million viewers per day on NBC (an average that does not include any streaming lift). That’s about half of what the top soap, CBS’ The Young and the Restless (3.47 million), draws on a daily basis. Converting a portion of those viewers to Peacock subscribers (or keeping the business of those who already are) would be a boost for the streamer, whose paid subscriber numbers stayed flat at 13 million (along with 28 million active accounts) in the second quarter.
Ken Corday executive produces Days of Our Lives, and Albert Alarr is co-exec producer. Ron Carlivati serves as head writer.
SOURCE: THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER