Amelia Heinle, Marcy Rylan and Melody Thomas Scott
Get an up-close look at Genoa City in TVGN's new special The Young and the Restless: On-Set: inFANity. The one-hour special will air Monday, June 17 at 9/8c in anticipation of same-day episodes of The Young and the Restless airing on TVGN starting July 1 at 7/6c.
Signy Coleman by John Heller/WireImage.com
Say it ain't so! On Feb. 11, The Young and the Restless will bring back the marvelous Signy Coleman as blind heroine Hope Adams. But, after just a week, the character a major fan favorite from the '90s is going to die on screen from pancreatic cancer."It's welcome back, now get the hell out of here!" says Coleman, who got the call to return while shopping in a New Jersey mall. "I was thrilled they want me to play Hope again, but so heartbroken they're killing her off that I just stood there crying in the middle of Barnes & Noble. She's the best character ever. But I'm also very grateful. They allowed me to bring her in, and they're allowing me to take her out." And there's a big upside to this sad event. Hope's son, Vic, to be played by Chris Engen (Felicity), doesn't know he's the spawn of Genoa City megalomaniac Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). "Hope's last wish is that her son connect with his father," Coleman says. "It's going to be dynamite." Y&R's younger se...