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'Days of our Lives' Spoilers: (January 9-January 13, 2017) Updated

Check out the day-to-day spoilers to find out what's happening on NBC soap opera Days of our Lives during the week of January 9, 2016.

Monday, January 9, 2017
Hattie advises Hope on how to handle Coco and Sheila, but Hope insists on doing things her way.
Steve, Marlena, Rafe, and Paul arrive in Prague to search for Stefano.
Marlena runs into Anna.
Joey tries to comfort Jade.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Hattie, increasingly fearful for Hope’s safety, makes a bold move.
The search for Stefano continues.
Jennifer tells Thomas stories about the Horton family.
Chad and Abigail attempt to reconnect during a night out.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Hope fights for her life.
Rafe, Steve, and Paul prepare for the meeting with the arms dealer they believe is Stefano.
Kayla, Shawn, and Ciara learn Hope broke out of prison.
Carrie and Austin show up to get Marlena and Anna out of a tight situation.
Deimos takes Nicole out for a romantic evening.

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Eduardo informs Dario about the missing device and how he believes Kate took it.
Andre has a confrontation with Deimos.
Gabi is curious when she receives a call from JJ saying it’s important the two of them meet.
Brady has an unexpected reaction to Nicole and Deimos's news.

Friday, January 13, 2017
Chloe awakens from her coma at long last.
Deimos and Andre trade threats over the stolen technology.
Abigail crosses paths with Dario, and Chad finds them together.
Gabi covers what she knows about the family business with JJ.
The distance between Abigail and Chad continues to creep in as Chad texts Gabi.

Updated: 1-6-17

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