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After appearing on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" for the past couple of years in a somewhat recurring capacity, actress Eileen Davidson has signed a contract with the Sony Pictures Television produced soap, which guarantees fans will be seeing a lot more of Ashley Abbott on a more consistent basis.
When word had it that Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan Lavery, "All My Children") had been spotted on the set of CBS' "The Young and the Restless" in late April, the rumor mill immediately lit up with speculation that the actor had secretly met with show producers and had signed on to portray the contract role of Adam Newman (previously portrayed by Michael Muhney). Earlier today, Mathison took to Twitter to clear up said rumors while visiting Israel for a friend's wedding.
After getting shot on last week's "The Young and the Restless," Paul Williams (Doug Davidson) needs a liver transplant and the only person who might be able to save his life is Dylan McAvoy (Steve Burton), but how is that possible? Well in a twist that's about to rock Genoa City, it looks like Dylan might actually be Paul's son with Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) and not Ian Ward's (Ray Wise).

Billy Miller Heading To ‘General Hospital’?

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Thursday, June 12, 2014 11:58 PM EDT
Rumors of Billy Miller (ex-Billy Abbott, "The Young and the Restless") joining the cast of ABC's "General Hospital" have been out there almost as long as rumors of Michelle Stafford (ex-Phyllis Summers, "Y&R") joining the daytime drama series had been, but sometimes rumors turn out to have major truth to them, especially with Stafford recently joining the cast in the contract role of Nina Clay. Earlier this evening, TV Guide's Michael Logan tweeted, "Billy Miller. General Hospital. Done deal? This is what I'm hearing."
Although CBS is not broadcasting the awards itself this year, the network announced today that it'll celebrate "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" with six days of Twitter chats with several of its stars, producers and executives from CBS Daytime's "The Young and the Restless," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "The Talk," "Let's Make a Deal" and "The Price is Right." The chats will take place every weekday beginning Friday, June 13 and running through Friday, June 20, leading up to daytime’s biggest night on Sunday, June 22.While he isn't nominated for an Emmy this year, "B&B's" Sean Kanan kicks things off beginning tomorrow, June 13, which also happens to coincide with his return to the world's most watched daytime soap opera when his character Deacon Sharpe reunites with his daughter, Hope Logan (Kim Matula). Also taking part in Twitter chats are "Y&R's" Steve Burton (Dylan McAvoy), Doug Davidson...
On the Wednesday, June 11 edition of the Mark Steines and Christina Ferrare hosted "Home & Family," "The Young and the Restless'" Jessica Collins (Avery Bailey Clark) stopped by to share her personal touch on how easy it is to make a blueberry cobbler, while also revealing details of a recent scary fan encounter. Per Collins, a fan of "Y&R" loose on the actress while she was sharing personal time with her real-life mother, Ilene, about every little thing that her character on the CBS soap had done. Collins also revealed that she has a love scene ritual, which is to always shake hands with her scene partner "when we're done with our hot steamy love scenes."
Actor Robert Gant ("Queer as Folk") is set to reprise the role of David Sherman, the son of longtime Chancellor lawyer Mitchell Sherman (William Wintersole), for mutliple episodes on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" beginning next month, reports Soap Opera Digest.
On Thursday, June 5, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS), which oversees the Daytime Emmy® Awards, announced that on Sunday, June 22, its presentation of "The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" will mark the first time the organization will have presented the awards show exclusively online as a live stream. This follows NATAS being unable to secure a television deal for daytime's biggest night.