"I don’t see me going back," says Doug Davidson on a possible return to "The Young and the Restless" as Paul Williams. Find out why.

"The Young and the Restless" to air classic episodes featuring such familiar faces as Eva Longoria, Susan Seaforth Hayes, Billy Miller, Emme Rylan and more.

Get ready for high stakes drama, rivalries and a fashion faux pas on "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless."

Tweet live with "The Young and the Restless'" Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) during a special rebroadcast episode of the daytime soap opera.

"The Young and the Restless" presents "Katherine the Great," a five-episode themed collection dedicated to the iconic character Katherine Chancellor (played by the late Jeanne Cooper) airing during the week of April 27-May 1, 2020 in place of original episodes.

"The Young and the Restless'" Eric Braeden calls for the return of Daniel Goddard (ex-Cane Ashby) to the show in a Twitter post.

Fans of "The Young and the Restless" get to relive the honeymoon of Paul (Doug Davidson) and Christine Williams (Lauralee Bell) on Friday, April 24.

During the week of April 27, 2020, CBS will air a themed-week of episodes of "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless."

“The Young and the Restless” to re-air the first wedding of Victor and Nikki Newman on Friday, April 3. Original episodes resume airing on Monday, April 6.

This week marks a turning point on CBS' "The Young and the Restless." Find out what's in store, and what impact it has on the show.

Stars from "The Young and the Restless" are scheduled to appear on CBS' "The Talk." Will they discuss reported behind-the-scenes changes, following the departure of Mal Young as executive producer and head writer?

"The Young and the Restless" actors Kristoff St. John and Eric Braden promise big changes to come at soap opera.

"The Young and the Restless'" Kate Linder celebrates 20th anniversary of "Afternoon Tea with Kate Linder and Friends."

In honor of ABC's "The Goldbergs" receiving its first ever <em>TV Guide Magazine</em> cover, the publication has turned back the dial with an all '80s-themed issue, due out on newsstands later this week. As part of the celebration, several of daytime's biggest hunks from the decade will be featured in the upcoming issue, including <strong>Kin Shriner</strong> (as Scotty Baldwin, "General Hospital"), <strong>Stephen Nichols</strong> (as Steven "Patch" Johnson, "Days of our Lives"), <strong>A Martinez</strong> (as Cruz Castillo, "Santa Barbara"), <strong>Doug Davidson</strong> (as Paul Williams, "The Young and the Restless"), <strong>Don Diamont</strong> (as Brad Carlton, "The Young and the Restless") and <strong>Michael E. Knight</strong> (as Tad Martin, "All My Children").

As we get closer to daytime's biggest night, taking place on <strong>Sunday, May 1</strong>, the industry is abuzz today over which actors were submitted for a pre-nomination for the "The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards," presented by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). With at least two actors per show for each category (exception being Supporting Actress) several of daytime television's biggest and brightest stars are looking to vie for the coveted trophy that celebrates their hard work during calendar year 2015.

Last week on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," actor <strong>Jason Thompson</strong> (ex-Patrick Drake, "General Hospital") made his debut as Billy Abbott. Are you watching?

When <strong>Jason Thompson</strong> takes over the role of Billy Abbott beginning <strong>Wednesday, January 13</strong> on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," it'll be during an emotional time for the character as his doctors conclude he has a slim chance of survival shortly after not just one, but two misadventures that have left him in a coma and possibly paralyzed.

With his character married to Summer (<strong>Hunter King</strong>), following an altercation with Paul (<strong>Doug Davidson</strong>) that resulted in Genoa City's top cop getting shot, it was only a matter of time before "The Young and the Restless" locked down actor <strong>Matthew Atkinson</strong> (Austin) with a contract. <em>CBS Soaps In Depth </em>is <a href="http://cbs.soapsindepth.com/2014/09/exclusive-yr-signs-atkinson-to-contract.html" target="_blank">reporting</a> the soap has done just that!

It’s been almost eight months since “The Young and the Restless’” Adam Newman was declared dead following a horrific showdown and subsequent car crash with Billy Abbott. And since most of the town believed he’d perished in the fiery accident, they’ll be getting quite a shock when the very-much-alive CEO — now played by former “Passions” star Justin Hartley — makes a surprise return to Genoa City, which Soap Opera Network has exclusively learned will take place on Wednesday, November 5!

“The Young and the Restless’” Christine (Lauralee Bell) boldly declared that Austin (Matthew Atkinson) will pay for the atrocities he’s committed as of late, but is that truly the case? Soap Opera Network caught up with the character’s portrayer to find out!