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Days of Our Lives (DOOL) Spoilers: Robert Scott Wilson Hints EXCITING Scenes ‘Will Make Fans Smile’

Days Of Our Lives: Robert Scott Wilson

Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers and updates tease that fans of Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) and Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson) will have something to look forward to. Robert Scott Wilson teased that upcoming scenes “will make fans smile.”

Viewers know that Ben kidnapped Ciara on the day of her wedding after he posed as the limo driver who was supposed to bring the bride-to-be to the wedding venue. Theo Carver (Cameron Johnson) may not be happy but fans were definitely pleased. It looks like they’ll even be more delighted as Wilson teased that the upcoming Ben and Ciara scenes will “bring a smile to a lot of fans… all the ‘Cinners’ out there.”

Speaking about Ben’s move to snatch Ciara, Wilson said that his character had to do something to stop Ciara from tying the knot with Theo. He described the desperate move as Ben’s “one final Hail Mary.” Ben hoped that spending time alone with Ciara will help her remember the love they shared.

Days Of Our Lives Spoilers – Love Conquers All

Wilson said, “It has to end with love. Love has to win.”

“I’ve been saying that from the beginning. Whatever crazy stuff might happen in between happens. That’s what we do. We’re lucky to be challenged [as actors] and [to get the opportunity to] try to do good work,” the actor continued.

Days Of Our Lives: Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) and Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson)

The actor revealed that Victoria Konefal, who plays the role of Ciara, has “been working a ton.” He also added that they’ll have “a bunch of stories coming up together.” So, it seems like fans will be seeing more of the pair in the weeks ahead. Does this mean Ciara will finally get back her memories?

It’s been more than a year since the couple got separated and fans are excited to see them back together.

Days Of Our Lives Updates – Ben and Ciara’s Annulment Not Legal?

Spoilers hint that Ben and Ciara’s annulment may not be legal. It’s possible that the couple may find out that they’re still married after Ciara regains her memories. The annulment may be invalid because of a legal error or perhaps Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston) may find a way to get it undone. Whatever the reason that writers come up with, fans would surely want to see that Ben and Ciara’s marriage remains intact.

Even so, the couple can exchange their vows again if Ben succeeds in jogging up Ciara’s memories. A vow renewal is definitely an excellent end to this storyline. But, nothing’s been confirmed yet. Anything can happen in the soap world.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with Days of Our Lives right now. Come back here often for Days of Our Lives spoilers, news and updates.


Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Why Will & Sonny Exit DOOL, Final Airdate Revealed – Job Offer Brings Fresh Start For ‘WilSon’

Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Why Will & Sonny Exit DOOL, Final Airdate Revealed – Job Offer Brings Fresh Start For 'WilSon'

Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers tease that Will Horton (Chandler Massey) and Sonny Kiriakis’ (Freddie Smith) joint exit is coming up, so expect DOOL to start laying the groundwork soon. For starters, Sonny and Will have to patch things up!

Days fans know Sonny was furious after Will covered for Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney) and lied in hopes of adopting Allie Horton’s (Lindsay Arnold) baby.

However, Will knows he messed up big time with his dishonesty. Allie’s now refusing to let them adopt her child, so that should really be punishment enough!

Once Sonny cools off and listens to Will’s heartfelt apology, they’ll be on better terms. Days of Our Lives spoilers suggest Sonny and Will are going to wipe the slate clean in more ways than one.

On August 19, Will and Sonny will take another step toward their departures. Days of Our Lives spoilers say Sonny will receive an offer that he just can’t turn down.

Since this will happen the day after Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson) returns, there’s a chance Philip’s comeback will set Sonny and Will’s exits in motion.

Perhaps Philip’s been running another branch of Titan in another part of the country or even the world. Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston) might have his eye on Philip as the Titan heir in Salem, so Sonny may be offered Philip’s old job elsewhere.

Of course, Xander Kiriakis (Paul Telfer) will object to Philip’s competition, but let’s stick to Sonny’s offer and what it means for his family.

Sonny should be eager to get back in the corporate game and tackle a new challenge. After everything that just went down with Allie, perhaps “WilSon” could stand to take a break from Salem. Will and Sonny may decide that a fresh start is exactly what they need.

Naturally, this will lead to some tough goodbyes as well as major clashing with Gabi Hernandez DiMera (Camila Banus) over Arianna Horton (Sydney Brower).

Freddie Smith teased some not-so-sunny days ahead for Sonny, so that conflict may be part of it. Figuring out how they’ll all continue to co-parent will undoubtedly be difficult.

However, it does sound like Days of Our Lives will try to frame this move as something positive for Will and Sonny in the end – a new beginning for “WilSon” off screen. This is all building to Will and Sonny’s final airdate, which should be September 1. As other Days news comes in, we’ll pass along updates.

How do you feel about Will and Sonny leaving DOOL? Are you hoping they come back one day? Returns are always possible in Salem, so you never know! CDL will have tons of other scorching Days of Our Lives spoilers, updates and news, so be sure to stop by regularly.

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Days Of Our Lives (DOOL) Robert Scott Wilson Gets Featured On New Ad

Days Of Our Lives: Robert Scott WilsonDays of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers and updates tease Robert Scott Wilson is keeping himself busy when he’s not portraying his character, Ben Weston. The actor recently got featured in a new ad for Assemble TV.

Assemble TV shared the ad on its Instagram account, which was captioned “Producers 🎬 Supercharge your production workflow with Assemble and bring your teammates, tools and assets all together in one place.”

It also listed the features offered such as production calendars, task management, asset management, file sharing, and feedback.

DAYS Of Our Lives Spoilers – Ben Weston Becomes Uneasy With Baby Suggestion

As for Wilson’s alter ego, Ben Weston will feel uncomfortable when Ciara Brady Weston (Victoria Konefal) suggests that they try for a baby. The couple will be on their honeymoon when Ciara drops the suggestions after finding that she’s out of birth control.

Ciara has no problem starting a family with Ben but the latter is having second thoughts given his history. Plus, he’s concerned that he may be passing some of his terrible traits to his child.

DOOL Spoilers – Julie Williams Faces Scary Situation

Julie Williams (Susan Seaforth Hayes) will deal with a terrifying situation and Doug Williams (Bill Hayes) may be the reason for it all. Fortunately, Jack Deveraux (Matthew Ashford) will rescue her from this scary ordeal and Doug will be nowhere to be found after it all goes down.

Doug’s mental health may be deteriorating and Roman Brady (Josh Taylor) will grow even more concerned about Doug’s welfare. But Julie doesn’t seem to want to accept Doug’s problem and she’ll look for some other explanation. Given that he’s still missing, local Salem residents may conduct a search party to find him.

Days Of Our Lives Spoilers Monday, September 6: Calista Flirts, Bonnie Trapped, ‘CIN’ Baby Talk #DOOL#DaysOfOurLives#Days

— SOS/CTS/HH (@SoapOperaSpy) September 3, 2021

Days Of Our Lives  Spoilers – Calista Lockhart Flirts With Steve Johnson

Eyes will be on Calista Lockhart (Cady Huffman) after she becomes extra friendly with Steve Johnson. His gut tells him that Calista is bad news so Steve may start digging around her past. Viewers know that Calista controls Bonnie and the latter will have no choice but to give in to her demands and steal Xander’s briefcase.

Xander will piece the puzzle together and realize that it was Bonnie who stole his cash. He’ll scramble to get it back because if he doesn’t EJ DiMera (Dan Feurriegel) will surely unleash his fury. Xander will end up crashing Bonnie and Justin Kiriakis’ (Wally Kurth) wedding.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with Days of Our Lives right now. Come back here often Days of Our Lives spoilers, news, and updates.

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‘DOOL’ Two Week Spoilers: Chloe And Brady Caught Again, Ben Ready For A Baby

DOOL spoilers for the next two weeks, beginning Monday, October 4 through Friday, October 15, reveal Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson) finally is on the same page as Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) when it comes to babies.

Also, Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson) sees red when he catches his girlfriend Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) once again way too cozy with his nephew Brady Black (Eric Martsolf).

Plus, The Devil is in control of Marlena Evans (Deidre Hall), and he’s ready to have her do his bidding on NBC’s Days of Our Lives.

DOOL Two Week Ahead Spoilers: Philip Catches Chloe in Brady’s Arms

DOOL spoilers show Philip Kiriakis catches his girlfriend in the arms of his nephew Brady Black for the second time in as many months. Of course, it’s easy to explain away a one-time occurrence. But a second time is tough to make excuses and explanations for. No doubt Philip isn’t open to hearing how Brady and Chloe justify this latest betrayal. And that’s precisely how Philip interrupts the situation. He sees Chloe’s actions as a betrayal.

DOOL spoilers remind Philip’s father, Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston), is behind Brady’s new attempts to woo Chloe. Victor basically ordered his grandson to steal Chloe away from Philip. So Brady is just doing as requested and doing Victor’s dirty work. However, Philip is seeing red and is ready to take out his rage on his wayward girlfriend and his conniving nephew.

Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson) - Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) - Brady Black) Eric Martsolf) - NBC YouTube

Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Ben Ready to Make a CIN Baby

DOOL spoilers say Ben Weston is finally ready to start a family with his wife, Ciara Brady. It has taken him a while to arrive at this decision. Of course, he wants to be a father, and he wants to give his new wife everything she wants. However, he was apprehensive that his family’s mental health issues would pass to his children.

Days of Our Lives spoilers recall both Ben and Cara had heart-to-heart talks with their friends about starting a family. Since Ben chatted with Tripp Johnson (Lucas Adams) whose practically a doctor, he was able to come to the conclusion that makes Ciara happy. So with babies on the agenda, DOOL fans likely could see a CIN baby by May sweeps.

It's just uncanny, and I love it!

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DOOL Spoilers: The Devil Is Back – What He Will Force Marlena to Do Now?

DOOL spoilers know The Devil has returned to Salem. First in Doug Williams’ (Bill Hayes) body. However, he’s taken up residence in his ultimate host, Marena Evans. Long time Days of Our Lives watchers remember when The Devil possessed Marlena in the 1990s. Well, newer viewers and vets alike are about to see a rebooted version that will be even scarier and reck more havoc than The Devil’s first go-around.

Days of Our Lives spoilers tease The Devil will make Marlena his ultimate pawn. As MarDevil, she will cast her sites on drawing Ben Weston into the fray. Things are about to get spooky, scary, and downright evil soon as The Devil storyline will dominate the NBC sudser now through November sweeps.

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Charlie Rose is a reality television junkie; however, her first love will always beDays of Our Lives. Charlie is a devoted pet mom, wife and is very active in her community.
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Days of our Lives (DOOL) Spoilers: Robert Scott Wilson Previews What Ben Will Do To Theo

Days of our Lives (DOOL) Spoilers: Robert Scott Wilson Previews What Ben Will Do To TheoDays of our Lives (DOOL) spoilers tease Cin fans are struggling to understand NuCiara (Victoria Konefal). NuCiara has amnesia and isn’t a very nice person, unlike the sweet as pie girl who found the good in The Necktie Killer and married him. Go figure.

Days of our Lives spoilers: Ciara Weston is a Villain

TNK aka Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) and Ciara were once a happy couple, but Ciara just wants to divorce Ben and marry Theo Carver (Cameron Johnson) now. Ben is understandably resistant in part because it’s hard to find a girl who is satisfied with a lug nut as an engagement ring.

Wilson recently spoke to Soap Hub about this impasse and he have the details here. Keep reading to find out if Ciara goes to the dark side to get what she wants!

According to Wilson the writers are turning sweet Ciara, ” into a complete villain…an absolute villainess…as bad as it can get.” In her defense though, who wouldn’t turn a bit jaded after multiple near burnings, and a whole host of other injuries and offenses?

DOOL spoilers: Will Ciara Find Her Way?

Thus far Ben has resisted signing the divorce papers and even tore them up as if that would solve everything. That’s not a problem to Ciara, who realizes annulment is an option.

According to Wilson, “Ben’s shocked, but he pretty much realizes why she’s doing it. Now, not only is she trying to get away from him, but she’s trying to erase him completely…almost punish him.”

At some point Ben will turn his angst from Ciara to Theo who after all is half of the equation. Shouldn’t Theo know better than to marry someone who is already married and has amnesia? Theo’s response to that, when his loved ones question him, pretty much is that he and Ciara have known each other their whole lives.

Days of our Lives spoilers: What Happens Next in Salem?

What will Ben do to stop the nonsense? Wilson previews, “Ben realizes Theo might not be all there, because he’s taking advantage of his friend. Ben’s not going to physically harm Theo, but he is going to do what he needs to do to get his wife back. He’s going to try everything he possibly can. This has to end with love. Love has to win. I’ve been saying that from the beginning.”

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with DOOL right now. Come back here often for Days of our Lives spoilers, news, and updates.

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‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Will Ben Weston’s (Robert Scott Wilson) Latest Scheme Jog Ciara Brady’s Memories…Does Anyone Care Anymore?

‘Days of Our Lives’ (DOOL) spoilers find that the show is now on hiatus for the 2021 Covid…err, Summer Olympics coverage, but the cliffhanger we were left on my not have packed the punch the writers desired.

Audiences understand that DOOL has done its best with keeping Cin (Ciara and Ben) fans satisfied now that Victoria Konefal has decided to not renew her contract, but rather to return for shorter stints only.

Seeing as Cin was being built to become the next legacy couple, a new gen. Bo Brady (Peter Reckell) and Hope Brady (Kristian Alfonso) if you will, it was a blow to the show.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Will Ben Weston’s (Robert Scott Wilson) Latest Scheme Jog Ciara Brady’s Memories…Does Anyone Care Anymore?

However, head writer Ron Carlivati has always promised Cin fans they will get their payoff. Unfortunately, it has taken so long that fans have begun to lose interest.

The final episode for two weeks was a nice throwback to Bo kidnapping Hope from the church before she married sly politico, Larry Welch (Andrew Masset) The scheme even had another decoy bride, this time it was Claire Brady (Isabel Durant).

It was a little disappointing that the motorcycle wasn’t used, which would have connected connect Bo, to Shawn Brady (Brandon Beemer) to Ciara, but we’ll agree with Claire’s good point about this being a new era and motorcycle kidnappings don’t send the right message anymore.

We know Ben will take Ciara to that nasty, half burnt down cabin and we know her memories will return. Love will bloom and Theo Carver (Cameron Johnson) will become the emotional roadkill everyone warned him he will be.

But does anyone even care anymore?

Ben is out there proving Ciara 100% correct. He is possessive and creepy and commits crimes at the drop of a hat. He may have moved up from murder to kidnapping and attempting to jab people with syringes, but he’s still not what you’d call a ‘good guy’.

And then there is Ciara, for whom losing your memories also means losing your sense of human decency. She is rude and cruel (albeit, she has reason to hate Claire, but Claire has changed her face and we like her now, so catch up, Ciara!) and certainly not the kind-hearted heroine super couples are born from.

In a word, Ben and Ciara both now suck as people so, while their big romantic reunion is imminent, it’s definitely not going to fan fans holding their breath throughout the two week hiatus.

Days of Our Lives will return on August 9 after the Olympics coverage hiatus on NBC.

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William "Will" Horton and Jackson "Sonny" Kiriakis are fictional characters from the American daytime drama Days of Our Lives.[1][2][3][4] They are notable for the first male-male wedding in US daytime drama history,[5] and for being Days of Our Lives first same-sex supercouple. The couple was originally portrayed by actors Chandler Massey as Will and Freddie Smith as Sonny, who brought acclaimed popularity to the pairing. Actor Guy Wilson took over playing Will from January 2014 to October 2015 – with his controversial and criticized tenure including the characters' engagement and wedding, and Will's death – and then Massey returned to the role in September 2017, resurrecting Will back to life. In September 2020, Massey and Smith both exited the roles when the couple was written out of the show. In September 2021, Massey reprised the role for the Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem one week limited series while the role of Sonny was recast with actor Zach Tinker. On internet message boards, the couple is sometimes referred to by the portmanteau "WilSon" (for Will and Sonny). Will is the son of Lucas and Sami and Sonny is the son of Justin and Adrienne.

Casting and development[edit]

In 2010, Chandler Massey took over the role of legacy Days of Our Lives character Will Horton, and in June 2011 it was announced that actor Freddie Smith was joining the show as a gay character, and that the show was embarking on its first ever gay romance.[6] By the Fall of 2011 rumors were going around that Will was gay and he was going to be in a relationship with Freddie Smith's character, Sonny Kiriakis. At the end of 2011, it was confirmed that Will was going to be gay.

Will and Sonny were soon confirmed to going to be in a relationship. Chandler Massey said, "Will admires Sonny for being comfortable in who he is and seem like he has it all together." Will and Sonny were soon put in a relationship and critics and audience liked it. Many critics have admired it for treating this couple like any other heterosexual couple.

Chandler Massey commented on the relationship of Will and Sonny and said, "As far as Sonny and Will go, I get the power couple thing between them and they have the healthiest relationship on the show, believe it or not. But life throws all these things at them and basically the only way Will can get through it is by leaning on Sonny so they’ll be staying together and only grow deeper in love."

In August 2013, Days of Our Lives announced that Massey had left the show in order to pursue his education, and Days had found the "right recast" for Will[7] This was revealed the following month to be Guy Wilson.[8] Massey's last episode aired January 2, 2014 and Wilson's first episode aired January 8.[9] Wilson played Will until the character was murdered, with his last appearance being October 13, 2015. Despite Days executive producer Ken Corday saying that characters who die "are dead",[10] it was announced in May 2017 that Chandler Massey was returning to the role of Will.[11] Massey's new episodes commenced September 15, 2017.[12]



In June 2011, on the day of his high-school graduation, Will meets the openly gay Sonny through their mutual cousin, Abigail Deveraux. They become friends, and they form a business partnership with their friend Chad DiMera. Frustrated by Will's lack of intimacy, Will's girlfriend Gabi Hernandez breaks up with him, and he has an emotional breakdown. Will goes out with Sonny and his gay friends, and he ends up kissing one of Sonny's gay friends - Neil Hultgren; Sonny sees this, and he advises Will to talk to someone, and Will ultimately comes out as gay to his grandmother, Marlena. He comes out to the rest of his family, who are mostly supportive; Will is outed by the local media thanks to him being a suspect in the shooting of Stefano DiMera, because his alibi is a date with Neil at a gay bar. While working with Will in an effort to prove that Will's boss EJ DiMera is being framed for the shooting, Sonny admits to Will's dad Lucas that he has feelings for Will. In the aftermath of a series of explosions, Sonny frantically searches for Will and, finding him uninjured, kisses him; Will rejects Sonny and they argue, but Will soon realizes he does have feelings for Sonny. However, when Will sees Sonny's friend Brian flirt with him, he believes he has missed his chance.

Will's high-school friend Tad "T" Stevens, who had been hostile to Sonny because of his sexual orientation, returns to town and finds out Will has been outed as gay. T is horrible to Will about his sexuality, and blames Sonny for "turning" Will gay. Feeling rejected by his friend T, Will turns to Gabi, and they end up having sex. Straightaway Will and Gabi agree it was a mistake, and Will tells Gabi he is gay. T eventually has a change of heart and is instrumental in helping Will and Sonny acknowledge their feelings for each other, and they agree to start dating. Early in their relationship, Will and Sonny struggle with their families; Sonny's mom Adrienne doesn't think Will is good enough for Sonny, while Will's dad Lucas is suspicious of Sonny's intentions with Will, thinking Will could be hurt by him. Will feels insecure because Sonny has had past relationships while he hasn't; they overcome this issue and make love for the first time on November 14, 2012.

Gabi tells Will that she is pregnant with his child. He supports her initial plan to have an abortion and he takes her to a clinic. Whilst waiting at the clinic for Gabi to have the procedure Will realizes that he really wants the baby, and asks to be allowed to see Gabi, but isn't allowed to. Happily, Gabi too, at the last minute, realizes she wants the child and decides not to have the procedure. Gabi is dating Will's cousin Nick Fallon. Nick is keen to start a family, and when he learns of the baby and its paternity, he offers to marry Gabi and claim to be the baby's father, to which Gabi and Will agree. Chad confides in Sonny that Gabi had a role in Melanie Jonas's kidnapping, leading to tension between Sonny and Gabi. At Nick and Gabi's wedding, Chad reveals that Nick is not the baby's father; Will then confesses that he is (a fact unknown to Chad), and Sonny breaks up with him over the deception. Brian continues to pursue Sonny, but ultimately Sonny and Will reconcile after Will receives a Valentine's Day gift Sonny had arranged before the breakup, leading to a heartfelt talk.

Nick discovers an incriminating secret about Will – that Will had shot and nearly killed EJ years earlier when EJ had forced Will's mother Sami into marrying him after raping her – and Will's dad Lucas had made a false confession to the crime to protect Will, who was 15 at the time. With this information, Nick blackmails Will into signing away his parental rights. Sonny stands by Will, as Will had already confided in him about this misdeed. Sonny confronts Nick, who admits that he is motivated by anti-gay bias, and they come to blows. It emerges that Nick's bigotry is a result of having been raped in prison by his cellmate Jensen, who abducts Nick and Gabi upon his release. Will is shot while saving Nick, and Sonny delivers Will and Gabi's daughter, Arianna; Jensen is shot and killed by the police. Nick admits to Gabi that he was blackmailing Will, and agrees to return Will's parental rights; Nick and Gabi end their relationship, and Gabi and Arianna move in with Will and Sonny, with Sonny being a parent to Arianna along with Gabi and Will.

Will and Sonny become embroiled in Sami's trial for the murder of Joe Bernardi, after they discover that Bernardi was the dirty cop who stole evidence of Will shooting EJ, and Sonny discovers that he possesses a video of an earlier fight between Sami and Bernardi. Sami is ultimately exonerated after unrelated evidence shows that Bernardi was corrupt.

Nick tries to win back Gabi, working without her knowledge to secure her a modeling job in New York City, where he is also planning to move. Upon receiving the offer, she initially plans to take the job and Sonny and Will decide to move with her in order to continue raising Arianna together. Gabi ultimately turns down the job, at which point Nick accidentally reveals his involvement; Gabi is outraged and, when Nick tries to rape her, strikes him in the head with a rock and seemingly kills him. Sami and Will's grandma Kate Roberts witness the fight and convince Gabi to dispose of the body in the river. Sonny and later Will become involved in the cover-up, unaware that Nick has survived.


Sonny proposes to Will (now played by Guy Wilson); Will initially declines in favor of waiting for the right time, but he soon accepts. Marlena officiates their wedding on April 3, 2014, at the Kiriakis mansion.

Nick returns; using his knowledge of Gabi's crimes against Melanie and himself, he blackmails her into a relationship. Unaware of the blackmail, Will and Sonny express their disapproval and Gabi nearly moves out with Arianna. Will suggests they formalize a custody arrangement; at Nick's direction, Aiden Jennings draws up an agreement that would severely limit Will's parental rights, and sets up an immediate hearing. But Nick is shot and killed, at which point Gabi cancels the hearing and instead hires EJ to write up a new agreement that is fair to everyone involved in raising Arianna. Will confesses to killing Nick, because he believes Sonny committed the murder to prevent Arianna from being taken from him. This prompts the real murderer, Gabi, to turn herself in. She also confesses to her involvement in Melanie's kidnapping; Will learns Sonny knew of this, but understands his reasons for keeping the secret. Gabi is jailed, so Arianna remains in Will and Sonny's custody.

Will completes his degree and is hired to work for TruVista magazine, unaware that Sonny's Uncle Victor owns it and that Sonny arranged the job for him. His first assignment is to cover Sami's takeover of DiMera Enterprises. He learns that she is methodically destroying EJ's and Abigail's lives after discovering their affair; outraged by his mother's behavior, he writes the article as a hit piece against her. Sonny is troubled by Will's ruthlessness. Will's personal life is also rocked by the article, after his editor Zoe adds Abigail's name, obtained from Sami, to the published version. Will is initially furious to learn of Sonny's interference in his career, but soon forgives him. Zoe goes to work for a different magazine, Sonix, and Will accepts a new job with her there, where he is guaranteed final editorial approval. His first assignment, an article about Chad, who has returned to town to oversee DiMera Enterprises, is a success.

Will and Sonny's relationship suffers a series of setbacks. When EJ is murdered, Will chooses to temporarily relocate to Los Angeles with Arianna, his mother Sami and his younger siblings, in order to be the screenwriter for a movie based on Sami's life, as well as to support Sami and his siblings during their grief for EJ (the father of Will's half-siblings Johnny and Sydney). While in LA, he fails to correspond regularly with Sonny. Meanwhile, Sonny loses most of his and Will's personal savings in a bad business deal without having discussed the investment with Will.

Sonny's ex-boyfriend, closeted Major League Baseball player Paul Narita, comes to Salem (the show's fictional town) for surgery at the Salem hospital. He tries to pursue Sonny, and is disappointed to learn he is married. Will and Arianna return home to Salem after six weeks in Los Angeles. Only later Will admits that he was fired as screenwriter rather than having actively chosen to return to Sonny. Will is assigned to write a story about Paul for Sonix, who he interviews in Paul's room at the Salem Inn. Due to confidentiality, Sonny doesn't know whom Will is interviewing, and because Sonny has never talked about his exes with Will, neither Will nor Paul knows about the other's relationship with Sonny. Will suspects Paul is gay, and realizes he could get a scoop with an article about the life of a professional gay athlete, as well as help another gay man come out. Attracted to each other, Will and Paul have a night of sex in the hotel. Whilst Will is immediately remorseful, and is determined it won't happen again, he is still very keen to get the scoop, and he convinces Paul to come out in the article (which initially was to be a feature about Paul and his career-ending injury). Paul tells Will about turning down a marriage proposal from the love of his life (this is Sonny, but Paul doesn't tell Will the name) because Paul felt he could not be an out gay athlete. Will's article on Paul is published, and Sonny learns from Derrick (a bellhop who has flirted with Paul, Will, and Sonny throughout Paul's hotel stay) that Will and Paul have slept together. Before he can confront Will, Sonny is stabbed as a result of Clyde Weston's vendetta against Sonny's Uncle Victor. Sonny's life is saved by multiple transfusions of blood donated by Paul, who has responded to an emergency appeal for blood, and who only later learns that the patient is Sonny. Sonny suffers short-term memory loss, but he remembers Will's infidelity when he sees Will's article on Paul. Sonny lashes out at Paul and Will, leaving all three men devastated. Will is shocked to learn that Paul is Sonny's ex, and also that Paul had rejected Sonny's marriage proposal just before Sonny had met Will. When Sonny is released from the hospital, he leaves town to convalesce at his brother's house, and to get away from Will.

When Sonny returns to Salem, Will tries to mend his marriage with Sonny. On top of his own infidelity, Will feels insecure because of the love between Sonny and Paul, and because Will thinks he is inferior to Paul because of Paul's success and athleticism. Will's infidelity with Paul is not initially common knowledge; Adrienne slaps Will when she learns of it, and a tabloid later publicizes the affair. Paul's mother, Tori, comes to Salem. Will discovers that Tori once had a connection to Salem and the DiMera family – a connection that she keeps secret from Paul. Using this information, Will tries to blackmail Tori into getting Paul out of Salem and drafts an article identifying Paul as a DiMera. But then the actual truth comes out: Paul is John Black's son. Sonny and Will share a tender moment after Paul punches Will in the face, but then Sonny learns that Will had called Tori a whore. Will and Sonny enter marriage counseling, but Will tries to influence their therapist by secretly offering to publish a flattering profile of him. Will tries to set Paul up with Derrick; the plan succeeds until Paul realizes Will has given Derrick private information he learned in their interview. In light of Will's continued deceptions, as well as his revelation that he also cheated on Sonny with a man in LA, Sonny decides to take a job at Titan's Paris office. In Sonny's absence, Will's interactions with Paul are tense. Gabi is released from prison, and Will and Arianna welcome her back into their lives.

After looking at their wedding photos and remembering how happy he and Sonny were, Will calls Sonny and leaves a message apologizing unreservedly for his misdeeds and totally accepting responsibility for their break-up; Will says "I love you so much Sonny; and even if I never get a chance to get back together with you, I have to make this right for you. I love you!" Will then calls his mom, and excitedly tells her he is going to fly to Paris and win Sonny back. That same afternoon, Will is strangled by Ben Weston when Will inadvertently discovers evidence that Ben is the "Necktie Killer" who has recently murdered two women. Will's body is found by Gabi, and after the first-responders arrive, Will is declared to be dead.

Sonny is thrilled to receive Will's message and straightaway decides to return to Salem to reunite with Will and Arianna. Whilst packing for the trip, he is informed that Will has been murdered. Devastated, Sonny returns to Salem to bury his husband rather than reconcile with him. After Will's funeral, Sonny returns to Paris because he cannot cope being in Salem where he has so many memories of Will.


After a nine-month absence, Sonny returns from Paris in July 2016 and resumes co-parenting Arianna with Gabi. Now Sonny is back in Salem, the love between him and Paul is re-ignited, and they go up the aisle together in the fall of 2017. However, their wedding is interrupted by Ben Weston, who breaks out of Bayview Sanitarium to tell Sonny that Will is still alive, and to stop Sonny marrying Paul. Thrown by this, Sonny won't marry Paul until the truth about Will is known . An investigation ensues. Ben is interrogated, and step by step, the investigation leads to an address in Memphis. Sonny and Paul join Sami, John, and Marlena as they go to Memphis to investigate. Paul sees Will (now Chandler Massey) working at a bar there, but he is afraid to tell Sonny, because he thinks he will lose Sonny to Will. Eventually he confesses, and Sonny and Sami dash to the bar to see Will. They find Will, only to discover that Will does not recognise them and has no memory of his life in Salem. John discovers that Will, after being strangled, was abducted by Susan Banks, who made Will believe he was her son, telling him he had lost his memory after being "shot". When she confesses, and Will realizes his life in Memphis has been a lie, he decides to return to Salem with his newly-found family, to find out who he really is.

In Salem, Will stays with his grandma Marlena, who is keen to re-introduce Will gradually to his former life. His friends and family come to visit, but even seeing his daughter Arianna does not restore his memory. Realizing Will is overwhelmed by events and new people who claim to know him, Sonny gives him space. Will's aunt Belle inadvertently lets slip that Will once made a "huge mistake", and Will presses her to reveal what it was – and she tells him that he cheated on Sonny with Paul. Will is shocked, and he goes to Paul to find out about it. Paul answers the door shirtless, and Will is struck with attraction to him. Will also likes Paul because everyone else is expecting him and wanting him to be "Will Horton", but Paul doesn't and so Will feels able to "be himself" with him. Will knows himself to be gay, but he didn't feel free to be so when he believed he was Susan's son, because she didn't approve. In an echo of Will suddenly kissing Neil – his first kiss with another man – amnesiac Will suddenly kisses Paul. In the meantime Sonny realizes he wants to be with Will, and he tells Paul it is over between them. Sonny later hears of the kiss, but his heart is resolved on Will, and he goes to Will with the intent of re-building their relationship, saying "I want my husband back". Will, however, has just learnt they are legally separated, and is enjoying his new-found freedom as an out gay man and being single. Nevertheless, after Sonny kisses him and they talk, Will cannot deny the connection he feels with Sonny; and when Sonny asks Will to move into the Kiriakis mansion (in separate bedrooms), Will decides he can trust Sonny to help him take the next step in his life. Sonny endeavours to help Will, and to help him remember their life and love. But Will cannot remember anything at all, and continues to be attracted to, and wanting to be with Paul, whom he suddenly kisses again on New Year's Eve. Will does not want to hurt Sonny, and realizing he "has no business being married to anyone", decides the best thing for everyone is to get a divorce. Sonny initially wants to fight for their marriage, but wanting Will to be happy (as Will wants Sonny to be), Sonny consents to the divorce.[13][14] Will and Paul become a couple; and Sonny starts dating Leo Starke (Greg Rickaart), who turns out to be a conman who frames Sonny for sexual harassment. To help Sonny defend himself, Paul investigates Leo, and uncovers his real name and criminal record. Will delivers the file of evidence on Leo to Sonny, when he calls round to see Arianna. Leo is there, trying to blackmail Sonny into marrying him, and when Will reveals they now know his criminal history and calls Leo for the conman he is, Leo attacks Will, strangling him. Sonny pulls Leo off Will and hurls him away, and as Leo goes flying, he hits his head against the mantelpiece, and dies instantly. It's an accident, but Sonny realizes it's going to look like murder. Sonny asks Will to leave, but Will won't leave Sonny, and although Will wants to call the police, Will actually ends up helping Sonny hide Leo's body. Sonny and Will are then blackmailed by Leo's lawyer Ted Laurent (Gilles Marini) who has found the body. Will seeks his grandma Kate's help, and she scares off Laurent – but tells Will she paid him off.

in August 2018, at the wedding of Will's grandma Marlena and John Black, Will suddenly recalls Marlena marrying him and Sonny. Will experiences a cascade of memories of their wedding and their love together. Sonny encourages Will, and in an avalanche of recall, Will remembers his family, his love for them, and his entire life. Will remembers everything – and he and Sonny embrace and kiss.

Reception and impact[edit]

Even if you are not a fan of Days of our Lives or soaps in general, the presence, power, and charm of the couple cannot be denied.

The Huffington Post, Andrew Benkovic[15]

TV Guide said that "while it took 45 years for the show to introduce its first openly gay character (Sonny) and another year and a half to have him find a male partner (Will), the wait was well worth it. This steamy, star-crossed saga has had drama to spare (Paranoia! Blackmail! Impossible parents!), but its real success lies in the fresh, easy charm of these two young men."[16]TV Source Magazine named Will and Sonny Best Couple of 2012 in the Days of Our Lives series, saying "One of the most refreshing things about Will and Sonny’s relationship is it's portrayed just as any heterosexual couple would be. Watching them grow from friends to being in love was one of the highlights of the year for DAYS."[17] Will and Sonny placed ninth on Daytime Confidential's list of Summer's Best Soap Couples.[18]

Soap journalist Michael Fairman[19] praised Will and Sonny's wedding, saying it was "beautifully acted", with "inspired writing" and "touching speeches".[20] Hollywood reporter Greg Hernandez[21] called the wedding "great stuff", and said he was "wiping away tears left and right". He confessed, "I used to get lost in fantasy as a teenager that I would marry a guy" and explained how his imagined festivities were very much like Will and Sonny's wedding. He was thrilled that "with gay marriage becoming legal in a growing number of states" his fantasy "can actually come true for young gay people dreaming about that today", and he said "that is why I will be forever grateful to this soap for giving us this episode, this wedding that was filled with love and supportive family and friends. It’s the way it should be and always should have been", and he "loved every minute of it".[22] When on June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled to make same-sex marriage a right across all states of the US,[23] took a look back at US daytime drama's first gay weddings, with Will and Sonny's being the first male-male wedding and Bianca and Reese on All My Children being the first female-female wedding, saying both were "incredibly special".[24]

Soap Opera Digest disliked the marital conflict of Will and Sonny[25][26] They remarked: "When Will and Sonny tied the knot, it was a groundbreaking moment based in love, which is why it is impossible to comprehend why the show spent the better half of the last two years trying so hard to unravel this historic union".[26]Digest criticized the writing,[25] and complained that Will "inexplicably succumbed" to Paul's advances and that it added "insult to injury" when it was subsequently revealed that Will had had a previous episode of infidelity when off the show.[26] Greg Hernandez said it was like Will had a "sudden personality transplant", and "none of it feels true".[27]

The murder of Will met with widespread criticism.[28][29][30][31][32][33][35][36]Soap Opera Digest called it "sick and violent",[37] and James Lott Jr[38] of AfterBuzz TV said Will's murder was a "jump the shark moment", and the "biggest mistake" the show could make.[39] Hollywood reporter Greg Hernandez was "disgusted that such an important character would be killed off in such a dark and quick way after the journey viewers had been on with him the past five years or so", saying it was "disrespectful" and "unforgivable really".[40]

News of Will's revival was welcomed by critics and fans.[41][42][43] In an article entitled "Sonny Kiriakis & Will Horton Had the Most Important Relationship in TV", and subtitled "WilSon need to be a thing again" Kristyn Burtt of SheKnows said: "The return of Chandler Massey to Days of Our Lives this fall has been a huge watershed moment for NBC. The character of Will Horton and his love story with Sonny Kiriakis, played by Freddie Smith, was a groundbreaking one on television. It really is a romance for the ages," and asked "is a WilSon reconciliation coming up on the horizon? Let’s hope so because Days threw away one of their most impactful relationships in soap history for a salacious serial killer storyline."[41]

The story event of Will regaining his life's memories and his love for Sonny attracted praise for both actors, the writing, and the staging.[44][45] said "the WilSon magic was back",[44] and Fairman said "WilSon fan or non-WilSon fan, these scenes made a strong case that one of the best duos on daytime drama, period, is Will and Sonny," and Massey's performance "was everything anyone could have hoped it would be and more".[45]


Days of Our Lives won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Daily Drama in 2012,[46] 2013,[47] 2014,[48] and 2015,[49] in recognition of the characters and stories of Sonny and Will, and related characters.

Chandler Massey won the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series — never before won for a gay character[50] — three years in a row, in 2012,[51] 2013,[52] and 2014;[53] and Freddie Smith won the same award in 2015.[54]

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