Will is serving time in prison for Adrienne’s death even though he apparently did not cause the accident that took her life, but no one really knows the whole story just yet about what happened on that fateful night. Now, as a flashback continues on, more answers will finally be given about just what occurred to set the current storylines in motion on the Tuesday, Jan. 21 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”

So many questions have still gone unanswered since Salem flashed forward one year on the NBC soap. But now, those answers are set to be given. Things have flashed backward again, to the previous Mother’s Day, which is when everything changed for the people of Salem. So far, Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) and Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) both have gone into labor, and Adrienne (Judi Evans) has been given a day off from all of her usual duties and a chance to relax by Justin (Wally Kurth), Sonny (Freddie Smith) and Will (Chandler Massey). Now, all of these storylines are about to intersect in a shocking way—and they will reveal just how everything else we know happened actually went down.

“Tragedy strikes Adrienne and Sarah,” spoilers reveal.

A preview clip for the week’s episodes shows Adrienne seemingly driving Sarah to get her to the hospital, which means that she will be the one who comes to her rescue. Considering we know Adrienne died in a car accident, this is likely the one that led to her demise—and we will see how Will unwittingly played a role.

Of course, what fans know is that Will, despite serving time for her death, actually isn’t responsible, after Victor (John Aniston) and Xander (Paul Telfer) revealed to Ciara (Victoria Konefal) that they set Will up for the crime—saying they were trying to protect Maggie (Suzanne Rogers). Since Maggie isn’t seen in the clip, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out—or if they are trying to cover up something even bigger by the plot they concocted.

“Days of Our Lives” airs weekdays on NBC.

Days of our Lives Tragedy strikes Adrienne (Judi Evans) and Sarah (Linsey Godfrey, not pictured) on the Jan. 21, 2020 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”  Photo: XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC