Actor Daniel Goddard fired after 13 years portraying Cane Ashby on “The Young and the Restless.”
CBS details how it plans to honor the life of Kristoff St. John and his beloved character, Neil Winters, from “The Young and the Restless.”
Eileen Davidson will once again reprise her role as Ashley Abbott on “The Young and the Restless” next month as the show gears up to honor the life of Kristoff St. John and his character, Neil Winters. She’ll appear in both the on-air tribute and in story.
Shemar Moore, Mishael Morgan and Victoria Rowell arent’ the only ones returning to pay their respects to Kristoff St. John and his character, Neil Winters, on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.” Find out who else is returning, and who isn’t.
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?
Jess Walton is set to reprise her role as Jill Foster Atkinson this week on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.”
“The Young and the Restless'” Kate Linder celebrates 20th anniversary of “Afternoon Tea with Kate Linder and Friends.”
It’s out with the old and in with the new on January 13, when Jason Thompson debuts as Billy Abbott on “The Young and the Restless.” Thompson replaces Burgess Jenkins, who joined the soap in June 2014 replacing David Tom. But let’s face it, he’ll be judged by whether or not he measures up to Billy Miller’s portrayal of the popular character.
Ever since Jill Abbott Atkinson decided to push forward in removing Chancellor Industries from the clutches of Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), who was left the company per Katherine’s will, fans have clamored for the ultimate showdown between the pair and they’re definitely in for a great ride as Jill’s portrayer, Jess Walton, tells Soap Opera Network of the storyline that picked up steam on yesterday’s episode.
It’s New Year’s Eve and we all know what that means. Millions, if not billions, of people across the land will make a resolution that they plan to stick to when the clock strikes twelve as a new year brings a new day, but on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” Jill Fenmore Atkinson (Jess Walton) isn’t planning to just eat healthier, go to the gym or lock down a man (she’s already got Colin), she’s out for some sweet revenge!
On Sunday, December 14, “The Young and the Restless'” Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman), along with her new venture DearMarch.com, will be hosting a charity event for BelieveBig.org, a non-profit whose vision is to assist cancer patients and their families discover their pathway to healing. All money raised will be donated to BelieveBig.org in honor of Amelia’s sister, Jane, who is battling cancer. Joining Heinle will be former “Y&R” co-star and real-life husband, Thad Luckinbill (ex-J.T. Hellstrom), along with current co-stars Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman), Eric Braeden (Victor Newman), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman) and Jess Walton (Jill Abbott), just to name a few.
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!
She’s gone, but she’ll never be forgotten — a statement proven true by “The Young and the Restless” regarding Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor), who passed away last year but still remains quite central to storylines playing out in Genoa City. And the soap will once again honor her memory — exactly one year after Katherine’s onscreen death — with a remembrance ceremony in Chancellor Park that includes Tricia Cast (Nina Webster) and Michael Fairman (Patrick Murphy).
On Tuesday, June 24, Genoa City said hello again to a familiar name with a new face. On that day, daytime newcomer Burgess Jenkins took over the role of Billy Abbott on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” from David Tom, who himself succeeded three-time Daytime Emmy Award winning actor Billy Miller in the popular role, but how did Jenkins land himself on daytime’s most watched drama series? “My management called me and they were talking to me about this role, and when they sent me the breakdown on the character, I just fell in love. I absolutely fell in love with Billy,” said Jenkins when Soap Opera Network spoke with the actor in the gifting suite at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA as part of Daytime Emmy weekend. “There’s not a whole lot of characters you see that are so multi-layered and interesting that way. I had a chance to meet with the producers to discuss the character and the show, and it just seemed like a good fit,” added Jenkins, who noted that the conversation he had with producers on the character helped give him something to dig into before the cameras began to roll.
After nearly a year in a coma, CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” will once again say hello to Phyllis Summers when daytime veteran Gina Tognoni takes over the role beginning Monday, August 11, Soap Opera Network has learned exclusively. In our tribute to the character as she gets ready to wake up for the first time in the coming weeks, we take a look back at what Phyllis has missed while she was sleeping, including what former loves Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) and Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) have been up to since last seeing their favorite feisty redhead.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is set to formally announce a list of individuals scheduled to attend as presenters for the 41st Annual Daytime Creative Arts Emmy® Awards later today, Soap Opera Network has learned. The list includes several of daytime’s biggest and brightest stars, past and present, and a number of behind the scenes talents from “All My Children,” “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Days of our Lives,” “General Hospital,” “One Life to Live” and “The Young and the Restless,” among other forms of daytime programming.