"Days of Our Lives" actor Christopher Sean is rumored leaving the show as Paul Narita following news reports that his two-year contract is about to end. The rumor sparked after Sean sent out a cryptic post on his Twitter account.
Sean's "Days of Our Lives" character Paul Narita has been speculated to die in the show following the actor's recent Twitter post. The tweet read: "One door closes.." According to reports that have surfaced, the exit act of Sean might happen next week in the NBC soap.
One door closes..
— Christopher Sean (@ChristopherSean) October 6, 2016
"Days of Our Lives" Spoiler: Paul Will Die In Salem Attack?
Soap Shows speculated that the character of the 30-year-old actor may die as a casualty to the spoiled revenge waged by three cold-blooded villains against their enemies in Salem. The outlet explained that "if his contract had been for two-year span, then the timing would be right for an exit" by next week.
In another report from Soap Hub, which Sean retweeted on the same day, it quoted the actor as saying: "Paul is in the wrong place at the wrong time and ends up severely hurt," and added that "he's knocked to a point where he may or may not live. He's bleeding out and unconscious." In 2014, Sean joined the "Days of Our Lives" cast as a secret son of John Black (Drake Hogestyn).
"Days of Our Lives" Spoiler: Paul Reconciles With Sonny
However, the article also teased Paul and Jackson "Sonny" Kiriakis' (Freddie Smith) "dangerous storyline." "Days of Our Lives" spoilers for Oct. 10 episode have Salem under attack by Xander Cook (Paul Telfer), Orpheus (George DelHoyo) and Clyde Weston (James Read). In one scene, Paul is teased to be saved by Sonny which led to hints that they might be coming back together as a couple. Sonny is still on the verge of moving on from his husband Will's death.
Everything remains unconfirmed until now as showrunners never commented on the rumors. Will Paul survive the attack and revive his unrequited love with Sonny? Fans have yet to find out.
"Days of Our Lives" airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET on NBC.