Deidre Hall isn’t taking any probabilities with regards to filming sure scenes.

On Monday, the “Days of Our Lives” star appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and opened up about her character Dr. Marlena Evans, who turns into possessed once more within the cleaning soap opera’s 56th season.

“Twenty-five years ago, Marlena was possessed by the devil, in case you missed that,” stated the 73-year-old. “And we have just revisited that.”

According to Hall, the storyline will go “all the way through Christmas,” including that the forged “just finished a huge Christmas show that involves the possession.”


The actress additionally famous that she took protecting measures to arrange for the storyline.

“When we embarked on the storyline, our executive producer and showrunner, Ken Corday, actually sent over holy water and a crucifix,” Hall defined. “And every time we do a scene where I’m possessed, I’ve taken it on stage and offered anybody who would like to have some holy water – and everybody says yes. So, we go around the whole set.”

Hall has performed Evans on “Days of Our Lives” on and off since 1976. In 1994, the sequence launched a storyline the place Stefano DiMera (Joseph Mascolo) hypnotized Evans to make her fall in love with him, People magazine reported. That motion resulted in her being left open to demonic possession. Ultimately, she grew to become possessed by the satan.

Deidre Hall as Marlena Evans.
( Photo by: Gary Null/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank through Getty Images)

The story continued by means of 1995 and concluded that summer season, reported. The outlet shared that John Black, Evans’ husband who was considered a priest, needed to carry out an emergency exorcism.

In September, NBC introduced the present will revisit the favored narrative this fall.

“Fans can look forward to twists and turns you’d never suspect as well as familiar faces returning to save the day (or not),” learn a press release from the community, as reported by Deadline. “This time around, the devil knows no bounds and no one in Salem is safe!”