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End of an Era Eve with DOOL's Eric Martsolf

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Tonight is a night for celebration! For #DOOL fans our first hour is about Days 2.0 and coming back home to Salem!  With us in the first hour are Executive Producer Greg Meng, Writer Darryl Thomas and Actor Eric Martsolf – DOOL’s own Brady Black.  We’re going to discuss the new tide turning for DOOL and what it means to viewers both old and new!  Days of Our Lives has been a part of Daytime since 1965 and has brought us through many a storm!  Tonight we discuss the rich legacy of the show and what’s in store for people beginning next week.  As many AMC fans face a transition in their routines, many may find a welcoming new home with the families of Salem.  So join us for an in depth look at what’s coming to DOOL next week and find out what it is that drives Meng to produce, Thomas to write and Martsolf to brilliantly execute his craft. 

In our second hour it’s a celebration of All My Children.  Tonight isn’t for sitting Shiva.  It’s for celebrating incredible accomplishments.  We’re going to place things in perspective and give you an opportunity to discuss the temporary “loss” of AMC and what we all can do as this movement reaches new heights!  Tomorrow’s Disney Daytime AMC finale is not an end!  It is the beginning of new adventures and a reinvigorated soap fan movement.  On April 14th, Mr. Frons and his cabal of rodents thought the soap fan movement would be dead by Independence Day!  We showed them, didn’t we?  They thought on July 4th we’d be gone by Labor Day.  Gee, a holiday celebrating jobs includes JOBS in the soap industry! 

It’s going to be a robust night filled with plenty to talk about.  Please come join the conversation, tell us what’s on your mind!  All this and more…