"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.

The final issues of ABC Soaps In Depth and CBS Soaps In Depth have hit the market. Get them while they last!

"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.

Elizabeth Hendrickson ("The Young and the Restless") and husband Rob Meder welcomed a baby girl, Josephine James Meder, on Friday, March 27.

Greg Rikaart is heading back to "The Young and the Restless" when his character returns to Genoa City in late spring.

With nearly a decade under her belt as Chloe Mitchell on CBS' "The Young and the Restless," Elizabeth Hendrickson has now opted to return to her ABC roots. The actress has signed on to portray a newly created character on the network’s “General Hospital.”

"The Young and the Restless" alum Elizabeth Hendrickson (ex-Chloe Mitchell; ex-Maggie Stone, "All My Children") has launched web series "30 Days Max." Billed as "a quirky unromantic comedy," it stars Hendrickson as a 30-something woman who begrudgingly resorts to a month of online dating to try and mend her broken heart. Will Max uphold the deal that she makes with herself by swiping right? Or is this new way of meeting men all wrong?

As it gears up to broadcast its first major awards telecast with the "42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" on <strong>Sunday, April 26</strong>, Pop has released the Daytime Emmy Nominee Reels for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Competing this year for the coveted trophy are <strong>Linsey Godfrey</strong> as Caroline Spencer on "The Bold and the Beautiful," <strong>Amelia Heinle</strong> as Victoria Newman and <strong>Elizabeth Hendrickson</strong> as Chloe Mitchell, respectively, on "The Young and the Restless," and <strong>Finola Hughes</strong> as Anna Devane and <strong>Lisa LoCicero</strong> as Olivia Falconeri on "General Hospital."

With <strong>Elizabeth Hendrickson</strong> <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/10/welcome-back-yr-elizabeth-hendrickson-video">returning</a> as Chloe Mitchell on today's episode of "The Young and the Restless" in remembrance of the one year anniversary of the death of her daughter, Delia Abbott, it's only appropriate that the stars from daytime's most watched drama series take part in a live tweet during the show to talk about the emotional scenes they filmed and what the storyline has meant for them overall. Hendrickson, <strong>Burgess Jenkins</strong> (Billy Abbott), <strong>Melissa Claire Egan</strong> (Chelsea Newman) and <strong>Greg Rikaart</strong> (Kevin Fisher) plan to do just that!

If you tuned into today's episode of CBS' "The Young and the Restless," you likely saw the "Next On..." segment, which highlights what's happening on the next episode of the daytime drama series, and you probably thought you were seeing things when a clip of <strong>Elizabeth Hendrickson</strong> appearing as Chloe Mitchell was shown. No, you're not going crazy!

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!

There’s no doubt that the Daytime Emmy Awards play a large part of the daytime industry, but just how prevalent is the golden statue when it comes to the every day work lives of the people who make up the genre? Soap Opera Network spoke with performers, writers, producers and more to get their take on how often and how much the Emmys impact their work lives. Does the event and its promised accolades inspire them to work harder? Do they keep the Emmys in mind when filming, writing and performing scenes? And are the Emmy awards really necessary for the industry? There are varying opinions, so read on to find out what some of the genre’s heavy hitters had to say!

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