The Young and the Restless

1973, TV Show

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Ever since The Young and the Restless...

Ever since The Young and the Restless wrapped the Tom Fisher murder case, Ted Shackelford — aka Genoa City prosecutor Will Bardwell — has been MIA. No worries, though. The Knots Landing grad returns when Will is needed to tackle legal issues that arise from Jabot Cosmetics selling tainted moisturizer.

Side note: Since Y&R and The Bold and the Beautiful both tape at L.A.'s CBS Television City, Shackelford is sure to run into Patrick Duffy, who played his brother on Dallas. It's Gary and Bobby, together again! (Just to refresh your memory, Duffy has been cast as Brooke's father on B&B.) read more

Two of daytime's most bland, boring...

Two of daytime's most bland, boring characters have been cut from their soaps. General Hospital's Matt Marraccini — who plays policeboy Jesse — exits Port Charles in early April. And The Young and the Restless has axed Rachel Kimsey, the third actress to play Kay Chancellor's granddaughter, Mac. Neither role is being recast. Hey, it's nothing personal against the actors, but every time they appear on screen, I just... zzzzzzz... huh? Wait, what was I saying? read more

Young and the Restless star Lauralee...

Young and the Restless star Lauralee Bell has been cast in a Lifetime movie.... Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore is not returning to Y&R as Malcolm.... SoapNet will begin airing same-day reruns of Y&R on April 24. read more

Here's some cheerier news for...

Here's some cheerier news for Young and the Restless fans: Starting on April 24, SoapNet will begin airing same-day reruns of the No. 1 daytime sudser. That's quite a coup for my fave cable channel, which also carries same-day reruns of the three ABC soaps and NBC's Days of our Lives. read more

It's often said that Lifetime...

Lauralee Bell and Shemar Moore, Young and the Restless 

It's often said that Lifetime is television for women and gay men. Since gay men also love soaps, I must say it's a fabulous move to cast Young and the Restless star Lauralee Bell in Past Sins, a Lifetime movie scheduled to air June 5. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Bell plays Donna Erickson, a press-hungry lawyer defending a murder suspect who may've been framed.

This role should be a cakewalk for the actress, who has done lotsa legal drama as attorney Christine "Cricket" Blair on Y&R. By the way, although Christine has been back-burnered in Genoa City lately, she remains on recurring status with the CBS sudser, which was created in 1973 by her esteemed parents, Lee Phillip Bell and the late William J. Bell. read more

On the show Knight Rider, ...

Rebecca Holden and David Hasselhoff, Knight Rider

Question: On the show Knight Rider, what did K.I.T.T. stand for?Answer: Why, he and partner/driver Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) stood for truth, justice and single-handedly lowering the auto-industry fleet's miles-per-gallon average by 10 miles or so. Weren't you watching? Actually, K.I.T.T. stood for Knight Industries Two Thousand, the model name for the superpowered, computer-sentient car built by dying rich guy Wilton Knight. The hit series ran on NBC from September 1982 to August 1986, and as fans will know, Knight rescued undercover cop Michael Young, who'd been shot in the face while on the job. He paid for his plastic surgery, giving Young a new mug and a new name (Knight, which smacked of some ego, I thought) in the process. Then he handed his creation the keys to K.I.T.T., a black Trans Am with a read more

Young and the Restless heartthrob...

Young and the Restless heartthrob Don Diamont (Brad) ranks No. 1 on the "100 Sexiest Soap Hunks of All Time" list compiled by the Shrine to the Soap Hunks (www.soaphunks.net). Chock-full of drool-worthy eye candy, this frothy fan site rates suds actors based on face, body, overall sex appeal and how many years they've worked in daytime. (It's the only place in showbiz where age is actually an advantage!) While the judges' scoring is sometimes questionable — Days of our Lives' Kevin Spirtas (Craig) is hotter than Jensen Ackles (ex-Eric)?! — this soapy shrine is still my preferred place of worship. read more

In today's episode of The Young...

Jerry Douglas and Christian LeBlanc, The Young and the Restless

In today's episode of The Young and the Restless, John Abbott gets a seven-year prison sentence for shooting the vile Tom Fisher (Roscoe Born). Daytime vet Jerry Douglas last airs on March 1, when the Abbott patriarch heads off to the slammer. Is this the bitter end for John? Not necessarily. Here, TVGuide.com gets the soap dish from the man himself.

TVGuide.com: You've had more airtime in this tale than you've had in years! I prefer to watch a pro like you over the teen rookies any day.
Jerry Douglas:
Thank you. Even if I die tomorrow, I have had one of the greatest story lines an actor can ask for. I don't need more. If there's more coming, that's great. I think the work we've done will make them write more for John Abbott. I really want you to watch what happens in the da read more

All of soapdom was buzzing on...

Renee Elise Goldsberry, One Life to Live and Tracey E. Bregman, Young and the Restless

All of soapdom was buzzing on Wednesday when the Daytime Emmy nominations were announced. Here's how your sudsy faves reacted to all the big news....

First-time nominee Renee Goldsberry (Evangeline) had a mixed reaction to being One Life to Live's lone acting anointee. "It's bittersweet because I saw some great work on my show last year," the supporting-actress contender told TVGuide.com. "I don't want to single anybody out, but I can't help it: Bree [Williamson, Jess/Tess], I thought was absolutely wonderful, [as were] John-Paul [Lavoisier, Rex], Robin Strasser (Dorian)... I also thought that Tari [Signor, Margaret], who was [pre]nominated in [my] category, was really, really great. Michael Easton (John) should get a little shout-out as well, because you're only as good as your partner."

"It was shocking that I was even nominated," said read more

A cryptic casting call recently...

A cryptic casting call recently went out for a television show about soap grads hoping to return to daytime. "At this time, we can't really divulge much about the project," the industry notice said. "We are just looking for those who had contract roles on soaps and might be interested in returning to one. [Candidates must be] recognizable as former soap stars, not day players."

Hmm... Sounds like it should be called I Wanna Be a Soap Star... Again. My short list of personal picks for ex-daytimers who oughta get back in the suds: Actor-turned-artist Thom Bierdz (ex-Phillip Chancellor III, Young and the Restless), Extra correspondent Michael Corbett (ex-David Kimball, Y&R), the feisty Roberta Weiss (Flame, Santa Barbara) and the fabulous Victoria Wyndham (Rachel/Justine, Another World). read more

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Premiered: March 26, 1973, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: An iconic, enduring soap opera, this is the steamer set in Genoa City, where the Newman and Abbott dynasties stir it up in the bedroom and the boardroom. Best known for long-term love triangles, issue-oriented plots, a multi-ethnic cast and slick production values, `Y&R' has been showered with Emmys, launched countless careers and spawned the equally lavish `The Bold and the Beautiful.' Former cast members include Tom Selleck and David Hasselhoff.

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