Victoria Rowell is calling out Sony Pictures and producers of "The Young and the Restless" over systemic racism in light of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and calls for a "blackout" by show's viewers.
Former "Y&R" actor Hartley Sawyer has been fired from "The Flash" following resurfaced tweets containing racist and misogynistic viewpoints and references.
New episodes of The CW's "The Flash" don't premiere until October, but we already have some idea of what's about to happen: "The Young and the Restless" alum Hartley Sawyer (ex-Kyle Abbott) has joined the cast for the upcoming fourth season of the series in the recurring role of Ralph Dibny (aka Elongated Man).
Hartley Sawyer will soon be departing "The Young and the Restless," a CBS representative confirms to Soap Opera Network. First reported by Daytime Confidential, we're told that Sawyer is currently wrapping up his run as Kyle Abbott, the son of Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman).
"I am extremely passionate about the pit bull breed, and involved in events and action to raise awareness - awareness that these wonderful animals can be loving pets and furry family members. In an effort to rehab the image of the pit bull breed, I volunteer with Angel City Pit Bulls - www.angelcitypits.org - and we have a big fundraising event this weekend," says "The Young and the Restless'" Hartley Sawyer, who will be attending the "Strut Your Mutt" event on Sunday, September 15 at 9:00 AM in Woodley Park (Address: Woodley Park, located at 6350 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91436).
According to Soap Opera Digest, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" has recast Kyle Abbott, son of Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman), with daytime newcomer Hartley Sawyer. The actor replaces Blake Hood, who first aired in the role on April 27, 2012.