Young and Restless
The Tiffany Network's daytime lineup has a reason to smile. CBS Daytime programming posted double-digit growth in the fourth quarter, with all of the Network's programs delivering year-to-year increases in viewers and remaining up or even in key women demographics for the fourth quarter. READ MORE
Dylan's (Steve Burton) quest for a family reunion is about to produce results sooner than expected on The Young and the Restless. Socialite Nikki Newman's (Melody Thomas Scott) baby daddy/cult leader Ian Ward (Ray Wise) takes a trip to Genoa City to reunite with his former follower, just as their son heads to Idaho to learn more about his bio dad.
TV Guide Magazine: Yeah, right. Ian sexually abused Nikki back in the New World Commune days and impregnated her with Dylan. Why would she let him in the door, much less back in her life?
Wise: I can't reveal his big secret reason for coming to town — what he really wants — but he certainly hopes to reestablish a relationship with the beautiful Nikki. Once upon a time, she felt a little something for him. He thinks he can override her fears and get that back. He's a very confident fellow.
Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) isn't waiting for the minister to ask if anyone knows just cause why she and Adam (Michael Muhney) shouldn't be married on The Young and the Restless. She's asking that question her doggone self! Will Adam come clean?
Lily (Christel Khalil) and Cane (Daniel Goddard) are awaiting her diagnosis. Meanwhile, Kelly (Cynthia Watros) has the nerve to walk her nasty, trifling, stank behind up in Victoria Newman's (Amelia Heinle) crib, after she's been cavorting with the woman's husband. Good thing Stitch (Sean Carrigan) will also be there to add to the, ahem, ambiance. Watch the sneak peek for Monday's Y&R after the jump! READ MORE
TVGN is continuing to offer up more serialized content. The cabler, which airs The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful in primetime, is staging a binge marathon for Hostages from 1 pm-2 am EST today. The marathon comes ahead of the CBS serial's two-hour season finale on Monday. READ MORE
Former The Young and the Restless head writer and executive producer Maria Arena Bell is once again speaking out on the controversy surrounding Michael Muhney's (ex-Adam) firing. Bell spoke to Tommy Garrett of Highlight Hollywood to clarify her comments in Soap Opera Digest about Muhney being let go and the claims TMZ has made. She stated:
Let me be clear. Tommy I am a fan of Michael Muhney the actor- not the person. Frankly he should have been let go months before because of his behind the scenes actions. It’s still a loss for the fans. Instead of acting quickly they tried to turn the fans against the character of Adam. Bad move. And they should not recast right away now. It’s too damaged.” Adding, “The only thing that matters in this story -now on TMZ is that a young girl is protected. She should have been all along. People should have been more decisive not less in this matter.