Spoilers for the Week of March 22, 2021
03/26/2021 02:26 pm
We have the latest Days of Our Lives spoilers two weeks ahead from Monday, March 22, to Friday, April 2. Surprising news is delivered, as is some good advice. One woman falls into a trap and another is the latest newcomer to arrive in Salem.
Days of Our Lives spoilers week of March 22:
Days Soapbox: A week full of heartbreak leaves a few characters in limbo, highlighting Salem’s couple problem.
In the Days of Our Lives Weekly Preview, someone confesses to Charlie’s murder, two former lovers share a kiss, and a nother set of lost loves reconnect!
Days of Our Lives spoilers for Monday, March 22:
In Monday’s Days recap, Sami confesses to killing Charlie, Tripp has an incriminating flashback, and Sarah hallucinates after getting stabbed with the syringe.
It’s mother/daughter confession day in Salem! First, Sami has something to get off her chest and Rafe’s the one she shares it with. Then Allie decides she needs to come clean with her dad, Lucas.
Where Rex goes, drama often tends to follow. So what’s the “surprising news” he has to share with Kate and Roman?
The battle is on as Sarah fights Kristen for her freedom.
Days of Our Lives spoilers for Tuesday, March 23:
In Tuesday’s Days recap, Gabi rejects Abigail’s latest revenge scheme, Chad confides in Jake, and Kate tells Roman she is committed to Jake.
Despite the fact their last attempt at forming a scheme team didn’t end particularly well, Abigail hopes to once again join forces with Gabi.
Roman and Kate share a past, but based on his actions today, he’s clearly hoping that perhaps they can still share a future, too.
During her short time in Salem, Paulina has proven to be honest to the point of bluntness. So what is it that Lani finds so difficult to tell her forthright aunt?
They may have bonded while in the hospital, but Claire is now determined to give former roomie Gwen the brush-off.
New spoilers for Sunday’s When Calls the Heart — plus, the following episode as well! Is one woman’s heart too broken to love again?
Days of Our Lives spoilers for Wednesday, March 24:
In Wednesday’s Days recap, Jake suggests Ben use Rolf’s serum on Ciara, who is thrilled to visit with Theo, and Paulina has a surprise for Julie at the christening.
Ben finds himself in the position of coaching Jake to be proactive where Ciara is concerned. Meanwhile, Ciara is absolutely thrilled when she receives a visit from Theo.
Lani and Eli prepare for a big day in the life of their newborn twins. And what is the disappointing news Valerie has for Paulina?
After almost nine years on the Hallmark Channel, Home & Family has been cancelled — here’s the final airdate.
Days of Our Lives spoilers for Thursday, March 25:
In Thursday’s Days recap: Claire and Tripp make a friend, who turns out to be a troublemaker with ties to Salem. And Ben stuns Ciara with the truth.
Ben hopes against hope that perhaps today is the day he’ll be able to get through to Ciara.
Surrounded by loved ones, Eli and Lani celebrate the christening of their children. Meanwhile, Paulina has a surprise in store for the new parents!
There’s a new girl in town, as Precious Way joins Days of Our Lives, and it looks as if Claire and Tripp are going to roll out the Welcome Wagon. What will they discover over drinks with Chanel?
Days of Our Lives spoilers for Friday, March 26:
In Friday’s Days recap, Sami still faces murder charges despite finally telling Rafe the truth, Paulina orders Chanel to get a job, and Nicole asks Ava if she killed Charlie.
Nicole has done her darndest to be a good friend to Ava. So what is it that has Nicole feeling suspicious where Rafe’s houseguest is concerned? We may find out when Ava asks Rafe for a favor.
Having long been her own worst enemy, it shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone when Sami finds herself wandering straight into a trap of her own making.
Paulina finds herself at the center of an unfolding family drama.
Breaking News: Looks like EJ DiMera is returning to Salem!
Who’s the best of the worst daytime villains ever (or would that be the worst of the best)? Find out as we rank the baddies in a new photo gallery that can only be described as good and evil!
— Richard Simms/Amy Mistretta