Days of our Lives spoilers for next week: Orpheus’ bombshell, suspicious EJ, and Brady and Eric scheme

Dan Feuerriegel as EJ DiMera on Days.
EJ finally puts the pieces of the puzzle together on Days. Pic credit: Peacock

Days of our Lives spoilers for next week’s episodes of the hit Peacock soap opera tease that things are shaking up in Salem.

It’s the final week of February sweeps, and that means more bombshells are coming.

Megan Hathaway (Miranda Wilson) returns on Friday, February 24, leading to quite the cliffhanger to end the week.

Before that, though, there’s plenty of entertainment to keep Days fans glued to their television screens.

Like Allie (Lindsay Arnold) and Chanel (Raven Bowens) having a heartfelt goodbye and Rafe (Galen Gering) and Jada’s (Elia Cantu) growing feelings for each other.

Let’s take a look at what else is going down on Days of our Lives next week.

Orpheus has a plan

The plan to kill Orpheus (George DelHoyo) goes awry quickly when he makes a shocking revelation to Steve (Stephen Nichols) and John (Drake Hogestyn). After hearing Orpheus’ news, Roman (Josh Taylor) tries to convince John and Steve to from taking revenge on the evil villain.

Tony (Thaao Penghlis) and Anna (Leann Hunley) find themselves getting grilled by Steve and John. It seems Orpheus has a connection to Megan, leading to her return to Salem, and that puts Anna and Tony in the hot seat.

An Orpheus and Megan alliance will bring unexpected twists and turns over the next few months.

Eric and Brady plot

There’s no question that Eric’s (Greg Vaughan) fling with Sloan (Jessica Serfaty) has his family worried. When Brady (Eric Martsolf) voices his suspicions about Sloan, Eric finally listens.

The two enact a plan to prove what Slaon’s really up to, and it works. By the end of the week, Sloan puts Eric on blast for betraying her, something she warns he’ll regret.

As for what info Eric and Brady discover, that’s something Days fans will have to tune in to find out.

More Days news

Elsewhere in Salem, EJ (Dan Feuerriegel) finally figures out Stefan (Brandon Barash) has been drugging him. While Stefan relishes in a victory over EJ, the latter fills Nicole (Arianne Zucker) in on his Stefan drug theory as they discuss their future together.

Over in the afterlife, Marlena (Deidre Hall), Kayla (Mary Beth Evans), and Kate (Lauren Koslow) receive some unexpected news that leads them to a heavenly advocate with a familiar face. Kate also manages to get a message to Paulina (Jackée Harry) of all people.

All of this plus Li (Remington Hoffman) leaves Gabi (Camila Banus) shook, Wendy (Victoria Grace) and Johnny (Carson Boatman) make an intriguing discovery, and Stefan freaks out over Brady’s intentions for Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin).

Who’s ready for another must-see week of the hit Peacock soap opera?

Days of our Lives airs weekdays on Peacock.

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1 year ago

Please quit doing these ridiculous plot lines. I’ve watched this soap for many years and it seems they go extreme at times. I mean how many times can you keep bringing people back from the dead? Let them go already !!!! The heaven/hell stuff is crazy and so boring. A lot of these people are older ,so it’s natural for their life to come to an end.
Another thing I noticed is the characters are always getting drunk or taking a drink. Try to put some positivity in the plot lines for awhile.
If there are still younger people that still watch, do you really want to influence them that way? I’ll still watch even though, at times, I do a lot of eye rolling.

Marianne P Flanagan
Marianne P Flanagan
1 year ago

I agree that some of these plot lines are ridiculous, and insulting the intelligence of all of us. The heaven/hell storyline with the women negotiating with the devil, goes beyond ridiculous, and it is also quite boring. Hope it continues by sending the women back to Salem. I also agree with the drinking being shown every time one of these people, especially those with previous drinking problems, have a problem. i do think there may be young viewers, and this is such a bad way to show that’s how many people deal with their problems. I know that sounds simplistic, but it is bothersome to me to see. I know I defeat the criticisms I have, by continuing to look at Days, and if I’m an example of a viewer with criticisms, and still watch it, there’s no reason for the writers to make the changes I’d like to see.

Marcia Chorba
Marcia Chorba
1 year ago

Same things over and over. Nothing new , devil storyline is boring. How are they going to have them come back? Unless it will play out that the three of them are in a coma and only dreaming all this!