David Hasselhoff will return to The Young and the Restless, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The actor will reprise his role as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster Jr. for a short arc that is set to air in mid-June. Hasselhoff portrayed Snapper on the CBS soap opera from 1975-1982 before landing his star-making turn in Knight Rider.
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"Playing Snapper in 850 shows during the six years I appeared molded my craft, my attitude and my work ethic," Hasselhoff said in a statement. "Being asked ...
Weeks after announcing his departure from The Young and the Restless, Eric Braeden is back and — as he puts it — "ready to kick ass" as Victor Newman.
Braeden, 68, may come off a bit strong, but his fighting spirit seems only fitting considering what he's recently been through. "I come from the world of sports and it's very simple ... I put out my hand to people but if you don't return your hand or if you come at me...
The Young and the Restless is about get a happy ending.
Eric Braeden, the longtime star of the CBS soap, has agreed to take a pay cut and return to the show, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Victor Newman is leaving Genoa City — apparently for good.
Eric Braeden, who has played Newman on The Young and the Restless since 1980, told Entertainment Weekly that he has "pulled the plug" on more talks to stay on the CBS soap.
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Braeden walked off the set in September over a contract dispute with Sony, which wanted the actor to take a pay cut. Braeden, instead, decided to exit.
The 68-year-old Emmy winner, who reportedly was pulling in a seven-figure salary, says he has since counter-offered to ...
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.
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Clementine Ford, the eldest child of Cybill Shepherd and a recent cast member of The L Word (where she played Molly), is joining The Young and the Restless in the contract role of Mackenzie "Mac" Browning, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Although Mac returns to Genoa City on Wednesday, April 1, her presence will be no joke to ex-husband Billy. The young lovebirds were ...
Paul guides Michael through a look at what might have been.
On Friday, Dec. 26, CBS' The Young and the Restless affords a despondent Michael a magical look at how life in Genoa City would have been different had he never been born. In this daytime riff on It's a Wonderful Life, Paul serves as Michael's guide.
"He has had a bad, bad week," Christian LeBlanc says, assessing his alter ego's sad state of mind. "We've seen this building ...
Doug Davidson, The Young and the Restless
This has gotta be some sort of TV record. On the Nov. 25 episode of The Young and the Restless, Paul (Doug Davidson) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) will have sex—three decades after the characters last did the deed! The surprise recoupling happens when Paul offers Nikki a place to stay while she copes with the death of her best friend, Kay (Jeanne Cooper), and recovers from her abusive relationship with Victor (Eric Braeden). They begin to reminisce about the past and end up in the sack.
"It's love ...
Eric Braeden on How I Met Your Mother
How I Met Your Mother fans will meet for the very first time tonight Robin Scherbatsky — Sr., that is — when The Young and the Restless' Eric Braeden guest-stars as the comely Canadian's pop. The story: As Ted tries to avoid seeing Stella at a restaurant, the rest of the gang share stories about who they would least like to see at that moment. Robin's beef with Robin? He really wanted her to be a boy, and did everything he could during childhood to make her into one. Cue flashbacks.
In this Q&A, Braeden reveals how he and Mother nearly did not come to be, detailing his apathy for prime-time TV appearances. Also: A status report on life in Genoa City.
Jeanne Cooper by Robert Voets/CBS, Vincent Irizzary by Yolanda Perez/ABC
Storm Warming: A state-of-the-art tornado will hit All My Children's Pine Valley Oct. 16. "We're taking CGI effects to the next level," head writer Chuck Pratt says. "We're not just breaking the fourth wall, we're breaking the third wall, too. It's big, groundbreaking stuff." The devastation continues Oct. 23 when fan fave Vincent Irizarry returns to the soap as evil doc David Hayward.Double trouble: Veteran actress Jeanne Cooper Kay on The Young and the Restless finally won her first competitive Emmy this summer, after 11 nominations and a lifetime-achievement award. Will she make it two in a row? Cooper should have won the gold back in 1990 when she doubled as Kay's look-alike Marge, a greasy-spoon waitress with dubious morals, and may finally get her due. My spies tell me Marge will return to the show this fall, just as the unstoppable Cooper turns 80.Boss No More: There's been a big power shift at the No. 1 soap. Josh Griffith is out as exec producer of Y&R aft...