Charismatic supercreep Adam Newman will return to CBS's The Young and the Restless Wednesday, Nov. 5, and he'll be looking just like Justin Hartley! TV Guide Magazine had a chat with the former Revenge star about the return of the presumed-dead Adam, who will now be sporting a new puss thanks to plastic surgery. Word is, he wants his old life back. And what Adam wants...
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CBS' The Young and the Restless leads the pack of Daytime Emmy Award nominees, which were announced on Wednesday morning.
The Young and the Restless scored 23 nominations, helping CBS to become the most-nominated network this year with 50 total nods. PBS, which broadcasts Sesame Street, was right behind with 44.
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The CBS-Sony soap The Young and the Restless owed Josh Griffith a huge debt of gratitude when he did double duty as exec producer and head writer during the 2007-2008 Writers Guild strike. Not only did the three-time Emmy winning Griffith keep Y&R afloat during that treacherous time, he improved the show drastically. But no good deed goes unpunished in Soapland! When the strike was over, Griffith was pushed out. Now he's back as head writer, working with new exec producer Jill Farren Phelps to get this once-mighty serial back in shape after the devastating reign of Maria Bell.
It's been 16 years since Michelle Stafford hit The Young and the Restless as scheming rock groupie Phyllis Summers — and two Emmys and eight nominations later she's still playing it bad to the bone. These days Phyllis is a hotshot magazine editor with a poisonous blog that's pissing off half of Genoa City. And she's always on the lookout for smarm! On November 29, the flame-haired nutjob will head to New Orleans to get the scoop on Adam Newman (Michael Muhney) after the mysterious disappearance of his wife, Skye (Laura Stone). While there, Phyllis also finds her ex-husband Nick (Joshua Morrow) and archenemy Sharon (Sharon Case). Y&R shot four episodes in the Big Easy (they begin airing November 24) with locations ranging from the French Quarter to the allegedly haunted Lafayette Cemetery. ...
How did the most angelic woman in soap history give birth to a monster? We might get an answer when Signy Coleman appears on The Young and the Restless August 13 and 16 as blind heroine Hope Wilson. The character, who died in 2008, will return in flashbacks and a dream sequence that will shed some light on her son, Adam, and why he turned into such a conniving psychopath. Since we last saw Coleman, she's been crazy-busy...
Eric Roberts is joining the cast of The Young and the Restless, a series rep says.
The 54-year-old actor will make his first appearance on the CBS soap July 12, playing the attorney of...
The Mustache will soon call a new lad "son.
Michael Muhney, whom Veronica Mars fans will remember as Sheriff Lamb, is taking over the role of The Young and the Restless' charming-yet-shady Adam Wilson, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Muhney's first air date ...
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Saturday Night Live vet Chris Parnell, so winning and hilarious in his recurring gig as 30 Rock's Dr. Spaceman (pronounced "spuh-CHEH-man"), has boarded ABC's midseason comedy Miss/Guided, playing a rival guidance counselor of series lead Judy Greer's.... Also per the Reporter, Veronica Mars sheriff Michael Muhney and Broadway beefcake Cheyenne Jackson have joined the cast of the Lifetime drama pilot Family Practice, playing the youngest and the hardest-partying sons, respectively, of the series' Kennedyesque clan.
"WTF Veronica Mars killed Sheriff Lamb?!" Admit it: Those words (or some version thereof) passed through your lips at roughly 9:56 pm last night. They certainly passed through mine. That's right, not even I, your Sultan of Scoop, knew that Veronica's snarky nemesis was headed 6 feet under Neptune. While I was aware that a significant death was looming, I had no idea it was Lamb they were silencing! But as thrown by the twist as we were, one can only imagine how Michael Muhney reacted to news of his alter ego's untimely demise. Actually, no need to imagine, 'cause I just interviewed him!Ausiello: How long have you known?Michael Muhney: I have known for about six weeks now since the filming of the episode. Ausiello: What was your initial reaction?Muhney: Well, I was heartbroken, to say the very least. It was way too much fun playing Lamb. I'll miss him. It feels like a piece of me has died. I guess if you spend three years with a character, you really become attached. I ...
Sheriff Lamb is so baaa-ad to our Veronica.
As the mystery of the bus crash deepens on UPN's Veronica Mars (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET), how and when will viewers learn more about the students who died? Will Sheriff Lamb get what's coming to him by season's end? And is another showdown between Alyson Hannigan and Charisma Carpenter in the works? In this exclusive Q&A — and to tide you over until new episodes return in early March — Mars creator Rob Thomas provides plenty of clues in response to these and other burning questions from TVGuide.com readers.
Question: One thing I really liked about last year were the flashbacks. Are there going to be bus-crash flashbacks? And what are Lilly's chances of returning next season?&