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On Tuesday, March 26, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" will celebrate its 40th anniversary and in honor of the event, stars from the daytime drama series will be popping up on multiple CBS Daytime programs.As previously reported, Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman), Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman Abbott), Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman), Michael Muhney (Adam Newman), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman), Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) will appear on the Monday, March 25 celebratory edition of "The Talk."
On Monday, March 25, CBS' "The Talk" will celebrate the networks "The Young and the Restless" with an hour-long edition where the talker hosts some of the soaps biggest stars including Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman), Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman Abbott), Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman), Michael Muhney (Adam Newman), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman), Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters) in celebration of the shows 40th anniversary, which is scheduled to air on Tuesday, March 26.
CBS has announced that Sheryl Underwood (co-host, "The Talk") will reprise her role as Justice of the Peace Clarice Collins for the fourth time on the Monday, March 11 episode of the daytime drama series. In the episode, Underwood's character will pronounce Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) man and wife for the upteenth time as Victor decides to throw his lovely "a wedding a day," which Clarice is hired to perform just one of. Nikki, who was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, is in the hospital during the episode due to complications resulting from her medical condition. The actual wedding for the dynamic duo will air during the week of March 18.
In a press release issued by CBS, the network is touting the ongoing solid performance of its daytime lineup consisting of "The Bold and the Beautiful," "The Young and the Restless," "Let's Make a Deal," "The Price is Right" and "The Talk." During the 2013 February Sweeps ratings period, each series increased in Total Viewers, as well as in the various women demographics from their same performance during the February 2012 Sweeps ratings period.
Millions of viewers were shocked when the power went out during tonights Super Bowl XLVII (or Super Bowl 47 for those not up-to-date with their Roman numerals) game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. CBS issued a statement on the matter, but has sadly remained mum on its decision to ignore viewers of CBS Daytime programming, which remains #1 in its daypart via "The Young and the Restless," "The Price is Right," "Let's Make a Deal," "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Talk."
As expected, CBS has renewed its entire daytime lineup that consists of "Let's Make a Deal," "The Price is Right," "The Young and the Restless," "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Talk" for the 2013-2014 television season.
On today's edition of "The Talk," former "General Hospital" star Steve Burton (ex-Jason Morgan) confirmed, what Soap Opera Network had been hearing for the past several months, that he is joining CBS' "The Young and the Restless." The actor begins filming tomorrow, January 8. He first airs on Tuesday, January 29. He will portray the contract role of Dylan McAvoy, a rugged ex-soldier with a secret upon arriving in Genoa City.
On Monday, January 7, former "General Hospital" star Steve Burton (ex-Jason Morgan) will appear on CBS' "The Talk" with a huge announcement, according to a promo released Friday by the network. Does that mean he will announce his joining "The Young and the Restless?" It's definitely a possibility!
With a lineup consisting of soaps "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," game shows "The Price is Right" and "Let's Make a Deal," and talk show "The Talk," the home of daytime television's most watched soap opera and broadcast game show, announced just before the Thanksgiving holiday that its daytime division is now available on Facebook.
For more than 10 years fans of daytime soap operas have been coming to Soap Opera Network to find out how their favorite soap was faring in the weekly ratings report. From time to time we would also provide analysis of how they stacked up when compared to their broadcast counterparts in the talk show and game show genres, but we've never looked at how the broadcast soaps (and to a lesser extent the broadcast talk and game shows) compared to syndicated television. Not that it wasn't easy to provide a comparison, it was just never something we found necessary. In recent months, with the introduction of several syndicated talk shows including "Katie" and "The Steve Harvey Show," which together took over the 3:00 PM slot from "General Hospital" in much of the country this past September after "GH" moved to 2:00 PM, and the second season without "The Oprah Winfrey Show," things have changed. Recently, Broadcasting & Cable came out with a report that showed how syndicated programs might be a solid alternative to our soaps in the key demographics when it comes to Madison Avenue buying advertising time. While we wouldn't want advertisers to give up on our favorite shows, B&C does provide a solid rationalization and even highlights the value of soap operas when it comes to the all important key women demos (Women 18-49, Women 25-54, etc).