Jack (Peter Bergman) and Jill (Jess Walton) are teaming up on CBS Daytime's The Young and the Restless. No, the former lovers aren't heading up any hills to fetch a pale of water; they're pooling their considerable resources to find out who killed Delia Abbott!
Adam Newman (Michael Muhney) might wanna catch the next thing smokin' out of Genoa City. Watch the latest Y&R promo after the jump!
No, I'm not drunk blogging, kids The Huffington Post is reporting Oscar-winning director Francis Ford Coppola has been hanging out on the set of The Young and the Restless. According to the site, Coppola is very interested in the multi-camera format and has been in the control room to see up close how the number one daytime drama comes to life.
I'm enjoying being at The Young and the Restless. The people are wonderful. I'm learning a lot.
With One Life to Live "shelved", several of the soap's biggest stars are likely looking for work. While I don't think any of the existing network daytime suds should go on a casting spree akin to Maria Arena Bell flying low over the carcasses of the ABC Daytime version of All My Children a few years back, I do think several suds roles could be smartly filled with OLTL vets. For starters, imagine the hilarious dose of brazen sexuality and bon vivant energy Tuc Watkins would inject into the role of Phillip Chancellor III on The Young and the Restless. READ MORE
Dylan McAvoy's (Steve Burton) connection to Genoa City has been slimmer than a Thin Mint so The Young and the Restless is working overtime to connect him to the canvas. Now Daytime Confidential can reveal the hush-hush truth about Dylan's pivotal role in Genoa City history. Learn more after the jump!
How did the cast and crew of The Young and the Restless deal with those draconian budget cuts we've heard so much about in recent years? By making a hilarious spoof entitled The Young and the Recyclable, that's how!
From the delightfully-wicked brains of those yucksters at Y&R comes this video vignette envisioning what would have happened if Y&R had done the unthinkable and decided to permanently recast Jeanne Cooper's legendary Kay Chancellor. Check out the late Paul Rauch in the spoof, proving he was quite the thespian too in his own right! Oh and Eric Braeden, you better WORK!
Two of the most important women in Katherine Chancellor's (the late Jeanne Cooper) life were without a doubt, Jill Foster (Jess Walton) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott). That the Genoa City socialites' relationship made Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen look like poker buds, was always an issue for Kay. Can the former nail tech and the ex-stripper put aside their differences to say a final goodbye to the woman they both adored?
Starting Sept. 3, The Young and the Restless begins airing episodes featuring Kay's memorial. Watch a sneak peek below of the grande dame's ultimate frenemy and her BFF coming to terms.