NBC ‘Days of Our Lives’ (DOOL) spoilers says that Salem has definitely seen many changes over the years, with plenty of residents coming and going every few weeks. But not only have the faces changed but some of the sets on the hit NBC show, too. In fact, actor Eric Martsolf, who is best known for his role as Brady Black on the show, says there’s one particular set he would love to see make a comeback. Here’s what you need to know.
Speaking to Soap Opera Digest in a new interview, the handsome actor said if there’s one set from the past that DOOL should resurrect, it’s his old office (which, by the way, we haven’t seen in a very long time). Eric puts it this way, “The Titan office, which used to be my office. I want Brady’s boardroom back. That room basically served as Brady’s bed with Madison James, Sarah Brown’s character. We had a lot of fun on that boardroom table. I miss the whole executive nature of that set.”
NBC ‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Eric Martsolf Would Love To See This Back In Salem
It’s without a doubt that many DOOL fans feel the same way. While there have been a lot of talk about Titan and who is still in and who has been fired (bye-bye, Xander), seeing an actual, physical office would be kind of nice, right? So far ‘Days of Our Lives’ producers have not made any comments as to what sets they plan to bring back and which current sets will get an upgrade, but as even fans know, you can always expect the unexpected when it comes to the world of soaps. For now, ‘Days of Our Lives’ fans will simply have to keep watching each and every day to find out what happens next!
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