Dylan (Steve Burton) wants more than Nikki's (Melody Thomas Scott) word before sidling up to his newly-discovered mother's horn of plenty. This Thanksgiving week on The Young and the Restless, Genoa City's families gather to count their blessings, as the Newman family reels from the fallout of Nikki's revelation. Watch this week's Y&R promo after the jump!
There have been tons of discussions online about whether former General Hospital superstar Steve Burton is being flown in for his current gig on The Young and the Restless. Monday night when Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens tweeted about Burton's alleged perk—amid news Billy Miller was out reportedly due to not being able to reach an agreement with Sony TV on his contractual outs—CBS Daytime's boss Angelica McDaniel denied her network was flying him in on Twitter.
However, in a recent radio interview with former TV brother Sean Kanan, Burton stated repeatedly Sony and Y&R showrunner Jill Farren Phelps did offer to fly him in to do the soap. He also stated he had a "fly-in deal" when Farren Phelps was at General Hospital and that talks at GH had never gotten to the point of flying the actor in before he opted to leave the ABC soap.
Later in the interview, Burton revealed Sony asked what it would take to get him — asking if wanted to be flown in. Even later in the conversation, Burton stated Sony said, "Sure we'll fly you in."
CBS Daytime maintains he isn't being flown in. Burton said during a radio interview he is. What's the real story? Check out an excerpt of Kanan and Burton's conversation on Kanan's Rules below! READ MORE
The moment some have been waiting for—and the rest of us have been dreading—is unfortunately here. This week on The Young and the Restless, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) decides it's time for Genoa City to find out she popped Dylan (Steve Burton) out of her womb like a greased up watermelon. Watch this week's promo after the jump! READ MORE
The Young and the Restless plans to observe Veterans Day by featuring U.S. veterans on November 11 and 12, CBS announced.
In these special episodes, longtime Y&R character Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) hosts a fundraiser to honor veterans, while also hoping to get closer to her long-lost son, Dylan McAvoy (Steve Burton), who recently completed a tour in Afghanistan. Nikki's husband, Victor (Eric Braeden), announces a plan to have his company, Newman-Chancellor Enterprises, provide jobs for qualified U.S. veterans, letting people know that he values veterans as driven, goal-oriented employees and advising other employers to seek out these proven leaders.
Y&R invited 12 U.S. veterans from the Army, Navy and Marines and who served in World War II, Vietnam, the Gulf War and Iraq to participate in these memorable scenes, along with actors Peter Bergman and Sean Carrigan, who play veterans on the series. The show worked in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for authenticity purposes with this storyline. READ MORE
"My name is Victor Adam Newman, Jr. and I am confessing to the hit-and-run murder of Delia Abbott."
Something tells me Adam (Michael Muhney) isn't planning to upload that video to his Match.com profile. Is the black sheep of the Newman dynasty really about to confess to mowing Delia down like a stray blade of grass on The Young and the Restless? It sure looks that way! How Adam's vision-challenged behind was ever allowed a Wisconsin state driver's license, I'll never know.
Elsewhere in Genoa City, Leslie (Angell Conwell) learns the truth about Dylan's (Steve Burton) paternity and confronts Susan Moore...wait, wrong show! She confronts Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott).
It's hard out there for an ex-stripper, because Victor (Eric Braeden) is also ticked at Nikki for keeping secrets! I expect a "How DER YEW?!" any second. Watch this week's Y&R promo after the jump!