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During tonight's Paley Center LA event in Beverly Hills, CA, celebrating 10,000 episodes of "The Young and the Restless," former head writer and executive producer, Maria Arena Bell, joined cast members Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Eric Braeden (Victor Abbott), Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor), Doug Davidson (Paul Williams), Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin), Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman), Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters), and Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Newman) to talk about the shows legacy.
"I want to stay," said Christel Khalil in an interview with MSN TV. "I heard a rumor someone said I was deciding to leave, but it's not really working that way. There's something I want that they don't want to give to me. It hurts. I thought I would be worth what I thought I was worth to them, but I guess I'm not."
Michael Damian just announced on Twitter that he's returning to CBS' "The Young and the Restless'" next month for the soaps 10,000th episode, which is scheduled to air on Thursday, September 27. He also announced that viewers can expect to see lots more of his character, Danny Romalotti, even beyond epi 10,000.
Just a short time ago, the official CBS Daytime twitter account posted a picture of cast members from the networks "The Young and the Restless" as they gathered in celebration of the shows 10,000th episode, which is currently in production.
Eileen Davidson is returning to NBC's "Days of our Lives" after Sony Pictures Television opted to transition her off of their soap "The Young and the Restless" and onto "DAYS" to re-create the magic of her character Kristen DiMera. Sony Pictures Television distributes "DAYS," which is owned by Corday Productions, Inc.
Daytime's most watched soap is also daytime's most heavily viewed series for African American audiences, but you wouldn't know it based on the storyline's written for its African American characters of late. With a new writing team in place, that will soon change. According to Soap Opera Digest, the series has put out another casting call for an African American character. Unlike the previous casting call, this one is for a female and it definitely sounds like a possible recast of a current character, but we could be wrong.
Soaps In Depth is reporting that CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" is about to lose another "core four" member as Susan Flannery (Stephanie Forrester) has informed producers and the shows writing team that she plans to leave the series at the end of her newly signed short-term contract. Flannery, like the departing Ronn Moss (soon-to-be ex-Ridge Forrester), has been with the show since it debuted on March 23, 1987 - more than 25 years ago!
While "The Bold and the Beautiful" canceled its casting call last week following news of Ronn Moss' (soon-to-be ex-Ridge Forrester) departure, sister soap "The Young and the Restless" has announced its plans to cast the contract role of an African American male.
Despite falling five places from the previous week, Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor, "The Young and the Restless") has remained a New York Times best seller for the second consecutive week.