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The Young and the Restless: 2017-18 Ratings (updated 12/8/17)

Fans don't have to worry that The Young and the Restless will be cancelled this time around. In June of 2017, the soap was renewed for three more seasons, through 2020. But, how will season 45 of the soap perform in the ratings? Will the CBS execs regret this big renewal? Stay tuned.Premiering on CBS on March 26th 1973, The Young and the Restless follows the romances, hopes and fears of the residents of Midwestern metropolis Genoa City. The large cast includes Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Sharon Case, Doug Davidson, Eileen Davidson, Melissa Claire Egan, Cait Fairbanks, Noah Alexander Gerry, Daniel Goddard, Camryn Grimes, Daniel Hall, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Bryton James, Christel Khalil, Tristin Lake Leabu, Christian LeBlanc, Kate Linder, Mishael Morgan, Joshua Morrow, Melissa Ordway, Melody Thomas Scott, Kristoff St. John, Lexie Stevenson, Jason Thompson, and Gina Tognoni.Read More…
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The Young and the Restless: 2016-17 Ratings (updated 9/26/17)

Last season, there was no danger of The Young and the Restless being cancelled because, back in 2014, it had been renewed for multiple seasons. The CBS soap doesn't have that guarantee in season 44. It's still the highest-rated soap on television but, these days, you never know what can happen. Will it continue to dominate the genre for years to come? Stay tuned.Premiering on CBS on March 26th 1973, The Young and the Restless follows the romances, hopes and fears of the residents of Midwestern metropolis Genoa City. The large cast includes Robert Adamson, Lauralee Bell, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Tracey E. Bregman, Steve Burton, Sean Carrigan, Sharon Case, Judith Chapman, Doug Davidson, Eileen Davidson, Melissa Claire Egan, Max Ehrich, Daniel Goddard, Camryn Grimes, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Bryton James, Christel Khalil, Hunter King, Christian Jules LeBlanc, Kate Linder, Mishael Morgan, Joshua Morrow, Melissa Ordway, Sofia Pernas, Greg Rikaart, Tristan Rogers,
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The Young and the Restless: 2016-17 Ratings (updated 9/1/17)

Last season, there was no danger of The Young and the Restless being cancelled because, back in 2014, it had been renewed for multiple seasons. The CBS soap doesn't have that guarantee in season 44. It's still the highest-rated soap on television but, these days, you never know what can happen. Will it continue to dominate the genre for years to come? Stay tuned.Premiering on CBS on March 26th 1973, The Young and the Restless follows the romances, hopes and fears of the residents of Midwestern metropolis Genoa City. The large cast includes Robert Adamson, Lauralee Bell, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Tracey E. Bregman, Steve Burton, Sean Carrigan, Sharon Case, Judith Chapman, Doug Davidson, Eileen Davidson, Melissa Claire Egan, Max Ehrich, Daniel Goddard, Camryn Grimes, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Bryton James, Christel Khalil, Hunter King, Christian Jules LeBlanc, Kate Linder, Mishael Morgan, Joshua Morrow, Melissa Ordway, Sofia Pernas, Greg Rikaart, Tristan Rogers,
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The Young and the Restless; The Bold and the Beautiful: CBS Renews Soaps Through 2018 and Beyond

The Tiffany Network is keeping it sudsy. Today, CBS renewed its top daytime soap opera, The Young and The Restless for three more years, through 2020, and its spinoff serial, The Bold and the Beautiful through 2018. Y&R has long been the top rated broadcast network daytime drama, with B&B taking second place. The Young and the Restless  premiered on CBS on March 26th 1973 . It centers on the lives and loves of the residents of Genoa City. The large cast includes Robert Adamson, Lauralee Bell, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Tracey E. Bregman, Sean Carrigan, Sharon Case, Judith Chapman, Doug Davidson, Eileen Davidson, Melissa Claire Egan, Max Ehrich, Daniel Goddard, Camryn Grimes, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Bryton James, Christel Khalil, Christian Jules Le Blanc, Kate Linder, Mishael Morgan, Joshua Morrow, Melissa Ordway, Sofia Pernas, Greg Rikaart, Tristan Rogers, Melody Thomas Scott, Kristoff St. John,
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Daytime Emmy Awards Set Finalists for Drama Performer Nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards Set Finalists for Drama Performer Nominations
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has unveiled the top contenders for nominations in the Daytime Emmy Awards’ drama acting categories.

NATAS narrows the field of potential nominees through online balloting. The top 10 vote-getters in each category will advance to the next round of judging for nominations, set for Feb. 20 by blue-ribbon panels of NATAS members.

The nominations will be announced March 22 on CBS’ daytime series “The Talk.”

Here are the finalists in each category:

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Kristian Alfonso, as Hope Williams Brady, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Sharon Case, as Sharon McAvoy, The Young and the Restless, CBS

Melissa Claire Egan, as Chelsea Newman, The Young and the Restless, CBS

Mary Beth Evans, as Kayla Brady, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Nancy Lee Grahn, as Alexis Davis, General Hospital, ABC

Jen Lilley, as Theresa Donovan Black, Days of Our Lives, NBC

Gina Tognoni, as
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The Young and the Restless: 2015-16 Ratings (final)

In early 2014, The Young and the Restless was renewed through the 2016-17 season so there's no danger of it being cancelled for awhile. The 43 year old TV show has been the top soap opera in the ratings for quite awhile. Will it continue to dominate the genre? Stay tuned.Premiering on CBS on March 26th 1973, The Young and the Restless follows the romances, hopes and fears of the residents of Midwestern metropolis Genoa City. The cast includes Tristan Rogers, Peter Bergman, Eric Braeden, Sharon Case, Melody Thomas Scott, Tracey E. Bregman, Amelia Heinle, Robert Adamson, Steve Burton, Mishael Morgan, Melissa Ordway, Sean Carrigan, Gina Tognoni, Eileen Davidson, Justin Hartley, Kelly Sullivan, Jason Thompson, Lauralee Bell, Bryton James, Camryn Grimes, Christel Khalil, Christian Jules LeBlanc, Daniel Goddard, Doug Davidson, Greg Rikaart, Hunter King, Jess Walton, Joshua Morrow, Judith Chapman, Kate Linder, Kristoff St. John, Max Ehrich,
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The Young and the Restless Celebrates 11,000 Episodes and 43 Years on Air!

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The Young and the Restless Celebrates 11,000 Episodes and 43 Years on Air!
The Young and the Restless has already been on the air for more than 43 years, but the daytime drama isn't slowing down any time soon! On Sept. 1, the CBS series set in a fictional Wisconsin town will celebrate its 11,0000th episode, and there's plenty of drama leading up to the milestone moment.Gina Tognoni's character Phyllis' life spirals out of control when her secret affair with her brother in law is discovered, while Summer's (Hunter King) family pulls out all the stops to get Luca (Miles Gaston Villanueva) out of her life once and for all. Both Michael Graziadei
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The Young and the Restless Recap: Wanna Go Steady?

A lot has happened while I've been away.

I was in NY for CBS press day (summer prime time shows) and then at the Atx festival (all TV all the time!), and then this week The Young and the Restless was preempted three times. Meanwhile, the showrunner was fired, word is characters are on their way out...sheesh!

So, forgive me for my absences and if I miss anything that went down this week, because in case you didn't know, the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup, and a parade with over 300k people filling the streets gets priority in my hometown!

Now. Let's get to the good stuff. Ashley isn't the only one being driven nuts by Hillary.

Yes, Hillary is relapsing. Or is she? 

Until Friday, I fully believed Hillary was about to succumb to a coma again like the other patients in the drug trial. She is
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Daytime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress: Who will win with 2-time champ Amelia Heinle snubbed?

Daytime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress: Who will win with 2-time champ Amelia Heinle snubbed?
Who will win the Daytime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress? It may be hard to say with the two-time defending champ Amelia Heinle ("The Young and the Restless") not pre-nominated this year. But there is still one Daytime Emmy-winner representing "Y&R" in this contest: Christel Khalil ("Y&R"). -Break- Daytime Emmy Awards pre-nominations: 'Y&R' leads with 23, 'Days' at 20 Khalil won Best Younger Actress in 2012 for playing Lily Winters, her only win out of four nominations in that category, but she has yet to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress. Five total women represent "Y&R" in this contest, making it the most pre-nominated soap in the category ("Y&R" is also the most pre-nominated soap overall, with 23 citations across six categories). Joining Khalil are two past nominees in this race: Jessica Collins earned a bid for playing Avery Bailey Clark in 2013...
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Backstage at Daytime Emmys: Craig Ferguson, Anthony Geary, Hunter King Talk Up Wins

Backstage at Daytime Emmys: Craig Ferguson, Anthony Geary, Hunter King Talk Up Wins
Between host Tyra Banks rapping, Craig Ferguson making fun of Sharon Osbourne for being “liquored up” and Betty White imitating Charo, Sunday’s 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards were a wild ride for fans of daytime television.

Backstage, a parade of enthusiastic winners provided just as much entertainment.

Ferguson took home the game show host win for his syndicated “Celebrity Name Game” series. When asked what fuels his success, his self-deprecating side took over: “I think I’m a panicky person that seeks approval,” Ferguson said.

He added that he was grateful for the award, which he took as a vote of confidence in his future after signing off from CBS’ “Late Late Show” in December. “There comes a point where you have to move on and do something else, and that’s why I’m so excited about getting this,” he said. “It makes me feel encouraged. There may be a future for me,
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Daytime Emmys shocker: 'Days of Our Lives,' 'Young and Restless' tie for Best Drama

Daytime Emmys shocker: 'Days of Our Lives,' 'Young and Restless' tie for Best Drama
The Daytime Emmys ended in an unexpected tie in the top race. Best Drama Series was awarded to both "Days of Our Lives" and "The Young and the Restless." The last time there was a tie in the top contest was 2007, when "Y&R" shared the prize with "Guiding Light." This is the ninth Drama Series win for "Y&R" and the third for "Days." (See the full list of the winners here.) -Break- Daytime Emmys: Complete list of winners "Y&R" also won Supporting Actress (Amelia Heinle) and Younger Actress (Hunter King) during the telecast on the Pop Network. Heinle's win makes her only the fourth woman to win multiple Supporting Actress trophies and the first to do so consecutively. In addition to its three awards at Friday's Creative Arts ceremony, the top-rated CBS soap took six awards total. The only other win for "Days" was Younger Actor (Freddie Smith). Tha.
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Daytime Emmys: Days and Y&R Split Best Drama, Gh Wins 3 Acting Awards, B&B Tops Soap Opera Pack

Daytime Emmys: Days and Y&R Split Best Drama, Gh Wins 3 Acting Awards, B&B Tops Soap Opera Pack
The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday evening at the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, hosted by Tyra Banks and broadcast on Pop (fka Tvgn fka TV Guide Network).

RelatedCBS, General Hospital Lead Daytime Emmy Nominations

CBS led the networks with 24 total wins, including 17 collected at Saturday’s Creative Arts ceremony; syndicated programming followed with 10 wins.

Among soap operas, The Bold and the Beautiful, buoyed by eight Creative Arts wins, dominated by grabbing 10 total statuettes. General Hospital and The Young and the Restless followed with six each, while Days of Our Lives racked up four.

The venerable Betty White
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Daytime Emmy Winners: Full List

Daytime Emmy Winners: Full List
In a surprising twist, both “Days of Our Lives” and “The Young and the Restless” took home the top soap prize at Sunday’s Daytime Emmys.

The two popular shows tied to win outstanding drama series. Other top winners include “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” winning the talkshow/entertainment category again, along with Craig Ferguson for best gameshow host and Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan for best talkshow hosts/entertainment.

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences found a new broadcasting home in the cabler Pop, which aired the event live, as opposed to last year’s webcast-only show. Tyra Branks hosted.

See a full list of winners below.

Outstanding Drama Series

Days of Our Lives (NBC) (Winner- Tie)

The Young and the Restless (CBS) (Winner – Tie)

The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

General Hospital (ABC)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Maura West as Ava Jerome, General Hospital (ABC
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Daytime Emmy Awards 2015: Winners List

The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards took place on Sunday, April 26, celebrating the best in soap operas, talk shows, courtroom series, culinary programming, and more. Tyra Banks was on hand to host the festivities, which were broadcast on Pop TV as opposed to last year's web-only airing.

"General Hospital" lead the pack in nominations -- the long-running soap was up for 28 awards. Find out who the big winners of the night were below!

Outstanding Drama Series

"Days of Our Lives"​ - Winner (Tie)

The Young and the Restless"​ - Winner (Tie)

"The Bold and the Beautiful"

"General Hospital"

Outstanding Talk Show / Entertainment

"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" - Winner

"Live! With Kelly and Michael"

"The Talk"

"The Wendy Williams Show"

Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host

Kelly Ripa, Michael Strahan "Live! With Kelly and Michael" - Winner

Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, "The Talk"

Wendy Williams, "The Wendy Williams Show
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Daytime Emmys predictions: Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') ahead in close four-way Supporting Actress race

Daytime Emmys predictions: Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') ahead in close four-way Supporting Actress race
Though Amelia Heinle ("The Young and the Restless") leads our Daytime Emmy predictions to win Best Supporting Actress for the second year in a row, it's far from a done deal. According to our racetrack odds, four of the five women nominated have a serious shot at the trophy. Do you agree? Predict the correct outcome of this Emmy race (and 17 others) and you could win our contest. The user with the highest accuracy rate collects $100 and a place of honor on our leaderboards. (Make sure to read our complete contest rules.) Watch All The Emmy Reels: Actor | Actress | Supporting Actor | Supporting Actress Younger Actor | Younger Actress | Special Guest Performer Like their primetime counterpart, the Daytime Emmys are decided by judging panels viewing sample episode submissions. For the third year in a row, the TV academy has made these available online for public viewing. Below, watch Heinle's episode as well
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Daytime Emmys predictions: Top 24 Users say Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') will make Supporting Actress history

Daytime Emmys predictions: Top 24 Users say Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') will make Supporting Actress history
"The Young and the Restless" star Amelia Heinle's Daytime Emmy victory last year for Best Supporting Actress came as a surprise to many. This year, she's the strong favorite to win again according to our Top 24 Users, (the two dozen readers who scored the highest predicting last year's nominations). -Break- Daytime Emmys predictions: Anthony Geary ('Gh') will win eighth Best Actor title Sixteen of them predict Heinle will prevail. That strong support gives her leading 2/1 odds. It would be a historic victory. She would be the first to win this  race twice in a row, and only the fourth ever to take it two times in total. Best Supporting Actress has the lowest rate of repeats of any acting race at the Daytime Emmys. But if anyone overtakes her, it might just be another previous category champ: Michelle Stafford, who won Best Supporting Actress in 1997 for "Y&R." She later won Best Actress fo.
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Will Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') be rare supporting actress to repeat at Daytime Emmys?

Will Amelia Heinle ('Y&R') be rare supporting actress to repeat at Daytime Emmys?
Amelia Heinle won Best Supporting Actress at the 2014 Daytime Emmys for "The Young and the Restless," a victory that came as a surprise to most of our predictors, who had favored either her co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson or Jane Elliot ("General Hospital"). Heinle is pre-nominated again this year, but can she overcome this category's curse against repeat winners? -Break- Predict Daytime Emmys: Repeat for 'Young and Restless,' redemption for 'General Hospital'? Only three women have ever won this award twice: Julia Barr ("All My Children," 1990, 1998), Gina Tognoni ("Guiding Light," 2006, 2008), and Nancy Lee Grahn ("Santa Barbara," 1989; "General Hospital," 2012). None have won it three times, and none have won consecutively. That's not to say winners in this category are doomed. A few others have won as lead actresses after prevailing once in the supporti...
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Daytime Emmys Announce Drama Performer Pre-Nominations

Daytime Emmys Announce Drama Performer Pre-Nominations
The Drama Performer pre-nominations for the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced Wednesday by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in cooperation with The Television Academy. “The Young and the Restless,” starring Eric Braeden (above right), led with 21 pre-nominations. Also noteworthy is the pre-nomination for “Days of our Lives” star Alison Sweeney (left), who has left the series.

Registered and eligible peer judges selected their top 10 performers in each of four categories – lead actor and actress and supporting actor and actress – after viewing clips of each performer in each category. Due to exact ties in voting, there are 11 pre-nominations in the Lead Actor and Supporting Actress category.

Pre-nominees with the highest numbers of votes will move onto the blue ribbon screening round, scheduled to begin on Feb. 24, which will determine final nominees and winners. All pre-nominees for younger actor and younger actress automatically move into the blue screening round.
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Young and the Restless, Steve Harvey Win Big at Daytime Emmy Awards

The Young and the Restless was the big winner at Sunday's Daytime Emmy Awards. The CBS soap took home six prizes including Best Drama Series, Best Drama Series Writing Team, Best Lead Actor (Billy Miller), and Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Amelia Heinle).

The awards, hosted by Kathy Griffin, also honored The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which won its eighth trophy for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show, as well as Steve Harvey, who was a winner for Best Game Show Host (Family Feud) and Outstanding Informative Talk Show (The Steve Harvey Show).

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How did Amelia Heinle ('Young and Restless') beat co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson at Daytime Emmys?

How did Amelia Heinle ('Young and Restless') beat co-star Elizabeth Hendrickson at Daytime Emmys?
Our predictors had pegged Best Supporting Actress at the Daytime Emmys as a two-way race between frontrunner Jane Elliot ("General Hospital") and strong challenger Elizabeth Hendrickson ("The Young and the Restless"). But despite fourth-place odds, Hendrickson's co-star Amelia Heinle overtook them both. What pushed her over the top? -Break- Were you blown away by Amelia Heinle's win? Discuss Daytime Emmy shocks in our fierce forums! Heinle and Hendrickson both submitted episodes involving the death of young Delia Abbott in a hit-and-run accident. It was a popular storyline with voters, also resulting in wins for Best Actor (Billy Miller) and Best Drama Series. Hendrickson's episode had greater impact; she played Delia's mother the moment after finding out about her death, and such intensity is often the key to winning Emmys. As we'd expect from a grieving mother, Hendrickson spends much of her reel ...'
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