Watch as Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) makes his grand return to Genoa City on CBS' "The Young and the Restless."

CBS renews its entire daytime lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and "The Talk" for the 2019-2020 television season.

Watch this week's promo of "The Young and the Restless" as Genoa City celebrates the life of Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John).

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

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 Airhog Awards" are back! Considered a term of endearment for those contract and recurring actors who appeared the most on the four remaining daytime soap operas, the awards highlight who topped the list of appearances for the recently concluded calendar year.

Robert Adamson set to reprise the role of Noah Newman on "The Young and the Restless." But will it be happy times this go around?

Celebrate the holiday season with CBS' "The Young and the Restless" as lives hang in the balance and old love is rekindled.

Best known for his portrayal as Newman on "Seinfeld," actor Wayne Knight will soon appear on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" as a music promoter who crosses paths with several Genoa City residents.

Mckenna Grace, the 9-year-old who has played Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Sharon's (Sharon Case) daughter Faith Newman on "The Young and the Restless," is co-starring in Amityville: The Awakening. The feature film is scheduled for release on April 1.

A panicked wife turns up her efforts to find her missing husband, this week on "The Young and the Restless." Fearing Adam (Justin Hartley) may have been kidnapped by the ruthless Santori family, Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) goes to Nick (Joshua Morrow) and begs him for help.

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.

Who says daytime soaps are dead? In 2015, CBS' "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" and NBC's "Days of our Lives" all placed among 2015's top searched non-reality TV shows on Yahoo! In fact, outside of "The Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones," all three dramas placed in the top five on the search giant's year-end list.

On "The Bold and the Beautiful," Brooke (<strong>Katherine Kelly Lang</strong>) will stop at nothing to prevent Deacon (<strong>Sean Kanan</strong>) from marrying Quinn (<strong>Rena Sofer</strong>), "Days of our Lives" features the return of <strong>Eileen Davidson</strong> as Kristen Dimera, and "The Young and the Restless" is filled with brutal betrayals and numerous revelations that no one saw coming. Is Sharon's (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) life in danger?

If you find yourself tuning into CBS' "The Young and the Restless" later this month and think you're seeing things when Faith Newman appears on your screen as someone you may have seen not too long ago, don't be too surprised. Actress <strong>McKenna Grace</strong> is once again stepping into the role of Sharon (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) and Nicholas Newman's (<strong>Joshua Morrow</strong>) little girl following news of current portrayer, <strong>Aly Lind</strong>,<b> </b>booking a role in a pilot for TNT. Grace actually took over the role of Faith from Lind when she appeared from July 2013 to June 2014, when Lind returned.

"Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" has been entertaining millions of late night talk show fans since debuting earlier this year as an escape from late night talk shows. The premise of the HBO series is that host <strong>John Oliver</strong> takes a closer look at the happenings of the past week in terms of news, politics and social media, and culls it altogether into one half hour of entertainment that seeks to empower and inform its viewers. In a segment highlighting a "CBS This Morning" report on a device known as the Salmon Cannon, Oliver, who was so in awe of the Salmon Cannon concept, gives viewers insight into the purpose (it helps push the Salmon that typically get caught in hydroelectric dams over said dams) and decided to make his own, which resulted in the flying fish hitting several of television's biggest stars including "The Young and the Restless'" <strong>Sharon Case</strong> (Sharon Newman) during a made up "Y&R" scene featuring co-star <strong>Joshua Morrow</strong> (Nicholas Newman) as the two fight over Sharon's hidden secrets.

The November Sweeps ratings period is a time where the daytime soaps pull out all the stops to attract new and old viewers with big events, big reveals and big returns. No other soap has all three points nailed down as CBS' "The Young and the Restless," which will give viewers another dose of Grace Turner (<strong>Jennifer Gareis</strong>), now that Mariah (<strong>Camryn Grimes</strong>) has officially been revealed to be Sharon's (<strong>Sharon Case</strong>) daughter, while also giving fans insight into what Sharon's childhood friend, Amy Wilson (<strong>Julianna Morris Polaha</strong>), has been up to since last being seen in Genoa City. The soap will also welcome former "M*A*S*H" star <strong>Sally Kellerman</strong> to the cast in the newly created role of Constance Bingham. To ensure viewers are well versed into the happenings on screen and behind the scenes during this very important month, <em>Soap Opera Network</em> is breaking down who's coming, who's going, and when to expect those pesky preemptions we all love (to hate).

Get ready for a blast from the past, “The Young and the Restless” fans: The sudser is bringing back <strong>Julianne Morris Polaha</strong> to play Amy Wilson!

The wedding of Nicholas and Sharon Newman (<strong>Joshua Morrow</strong> and <strong>Sharon Case</strong>) kicked off yesterday, October 3, but before the couple can say their "I Do's," Phyllis Summers (<strong>Gina Tognoni</strong>) is back in town and getting ready to crash the wedding, but will she get there in time? Viewers who tuned into the episode found Phyllis get stopped by a cop who's apparently there to arrest or detain her, but in the promo for next week's episodes, Phyllis rolls up in the chapel ready to reveal all, and Sharon's a devastated mess. "I don't know what she knows," an emotional Sharon says to Nicholas, who wonders if it's about the secret (which secret?) that has her all flustered. Of course, it could all be just a dream. Hmm...

On today's episode of CBS' "The Young and the Restless," the Nicholas and Sharon Bachelor/Bachelorette party is about to go down in the history books as the one which found 20 of the show's characters all get arrested at the same exact time during the same exact event, a first for daytime television. "It's one of the funniest shows we've shot in so long. Everybody is in the show. It's a bachelor and a bachelorette party, everything goes wrong, everybody had so much fun. I mean, we had fun shooting it, the characters were having a great time at this party. It really was almost like 'The Hangover' [the movie] kind of," shared <strong>Sharon Case</strong> (Sharon) in a joint interview with <strong>Joshua Morrow</strong> (Nicholas) set to air today on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family."