"Days Of Our Lives" fans are ready for the beginning of many changes. On July 19Th, new head writer Ron Carlivati's first episode will air, opening the door to major changes, new adventures, and spine-tingling excitement for the long-running NBC soap.

Soap fans ready for changes to come to 'Days'

As previously reported, the network has been promising fans new and exciting storylines thanks to new head writer Ron Carlivati. The upcoming changes have been dubbed by soap sites as "Days ReBoot 3.0." Ron Carlivati has been dropping hints for the past several weeks as to what "Days of Our Lives" fans can expect to see with him at the helm.

Look for Chabby to become the next daytime 'It' couple

Carlivati reveals that he will take full control of the "Chabby" situation. According to CelebDirty Laundry reports, Chad and Abigail are destined to be the next daytime "It" couple. This is great news for fans who have been longing for a new romance to replace the popular romances of past couples such as Bo and Hope, and Sami and EJ, to name a few.

Carlivati is not going to forget about Salem's finest vets. There will be plenty of room for exciting storylines for John and Marlena, and Maggie also. What we can expect to see soon is Lucas' story heating up. We already know to expect the return of Sami Brady, and when it comes to Sami, Lucas will always have a connection.

Will's return will be a very intriguing story. We haven't heard too many details of just how this is going to go down, but it could add a little spookiness to the upcoming Halloween season. We also have Eileen Davidson’s return to "Days" to look forward to soon. Her role has not yet been revealed. Whether Davidson returns as Kristen, Susan, or even both, Davidson's contributions on the soap are never disappointing.

After the first of the year, "Days" fans can expect to see some brand new faces in Salem as new characters are introduced. It would be an interesting possibility to see Sami Brady's twins head back to Salem. Perhaps Sami's daughter Allie could be a carbon copy of her mother and become the next "Days" bad girl.

It wouldn't be out of the ordinary to see an age jump for the twins, and maybe it would be an interesting enough story to convince Alison Sweeney to return to "Days of Our Lives" on a full-time basis. There are so many possibilities, and so far Ron Carlivati appears to be heading in the right direction. Are you excited to jump into the Days ReBoot 3.0 era?

"Days of our Lives" airs weekdays on NBC.