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Y&R Preview – Week of July 2, 2018

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This week on The Young and the Restless, in order for Jack (Peter Bergman) to prove to a judge that there is enough reason to exhume the body of Phillip Chancellor II, he wants Dina (Marla Adams) to testify, but first because of her mental state due to her illness, he stages a ‘mock’ trial. But will Kyle (Michael Mealor) ultimately help his father get the proof he needs to show that Jack is the bio-son of Phillip?

Meanwhile, there may be more gravediggers! Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) wants to dig up J.T.’s grave when Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Sharon (Sharon Case), Victoria (Amelia Heinle) and Phyllis view security footage of a blurry image of man who could be J.T. But is it, or is someone setting these gals up for a murder rap and more/

Make sure to check out these additional teasers and then watch the latest Y&R promo from CBS Daytime below.

Then tell us via the comment section, what are you most looking forward to this week on the top-rated soap?

Monday, July 2
Billy plays with fire.

Tuesday, July 3
Phyllis proposes a new alliance.

Wednesday, July 4
Cane defends the Chancellor legacy.

Thursday, July 5
Jack resorts to extreme measures.

Friday, July 6
Victor defends himself, while danger finds Nikki and Sharon.

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ahaa I gotta laugh at Jack. He’s so far off the rails and coming off as a real Nutter. ohh dear lawdy! those women and JT is becoming Junk.. Screaming like they seen a ghost, and it’s Not JT. well, he did say he was out. and I’ll have watch Cane being overly defensive, he is very insecure about his job at Chancellor he knows he’s only there because of Jill pampering him. Disappointed the writers keep pulling Billy back into gambling, can’t they find something new and improved instead of Billy gambling, again and again, and again. Only thing… Read more »

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THIS WEEK: Eileen Davidson and Beth Maitland’s Y&R 40th Anniversary Episode To Air

It’s time to celebrate the life and times of Genoa City sisters, Ashley and Traci Abbott, when this week on the Thursday, June 16th episode of The Young and the Restless, the top-rated daytime drama delivers a standalone episode in their honor.

That means, that Ashley and Traci’s longtime portrayers, Emmy winners, Eileen Davidson (Ashley) and Beth Maitland (Traci), also celebrate on-air their 40th anniversary with the iconic soap.

Davidson premiered as Ashley back on June 11, 1982, while Maitland debuted a few days later on June 17, 1982.

Back in May of 2022, the actresses were saluted by the cast and crew in a special on set private celebration for this amazing milestone.

Coming up this week, Traci and Ashley will share Abbott memories with Jack’s (Peter Bergman) granddaughter Ally (Kelsey Wang), the newest member of the extended Abbott clan, in the special anniversary episode.

From the looks of the promo for it below, there will be clips a-plenty as Ashley and Traci stroll down memory lane.

So, what has been your favorite storyline and moment of Ashley and Traci’s through the years? And … share your congrats to Eileen and Beth on a job well-done for 40 years in Genoa City via the comment section.

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TONIGHT: ‘This Is Us’ Series Finale: Are You Ready to Say Goodbye?

In its sixth and final season, This Is Us delivered unforgettable episodes and performances that will remain with us for some time to come.  From the intrinsic writing, tying stories together from the past, present and future, and the remarkable standout of the season, Mandy Moore (Rebecca), the NBC drama series airs one last time for its series finale tonight at 9 pm ET/8 pm CT.

While we have been prepped to have the tissues ready, the cast and creatives have previewed that the finale will also feel like a big warm hug to longtime viewers who have watched the Pearson family every step of the way from the very beginning.

Last week’s penultimate episode, “The Train”, saw Rebecca’s life come to an end after her battle with Alzheimer’s.  Now in the finale, the funeral is front and center stage and a part of the story that is previewed as much more than that.

The series finale is simply titled “Us” and many of the scenes were actually shot four years ago.  Mandy Moore told Deadline at the This Is Us finale party, “To be honest, a lot of what is in the finale for Milo (Ventimiglia) and I was filmed years ago.  I don’t even remember what it was. We had a couple of things we shot for this that I’m excited to see. But I read the script and I’m excited to see everyone else’s work. I think it’s really beautiful. In my own selfish way—maybe because my character passed on in the last episode—I felt like last week was the finale and this one feels more like an epilogue in a way. I think it’s a really beautiful way to tie things all together and tie them up in a very satisfactory fashion.”

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Justin Hartley (Kevin) just simply said the finale comes “full circle.”

The NBC official This Is Us twitter account, came up with the most clever way to promote and remember their beloved series, with a doctors note from OBGYN Dr. Katowski (played by Gerald McRaney) to get the day off work or school to recover from the emotions you will experience during the airing of the show’s conclusion.  (See it below).

So, are you ready to say goodbye to This is Us? Any predictions on the finale?  Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES PREVIEW: Peter Reckell Returns as Bo Helps Ciara and Steve in Their Time of Need

In a surprise promo for next week’s action on NBC’s Days of our Lives, none other than Peter Reckell makes a previously unannounced return to the mothership series as the iconic Bo Brady.

Reckell, who had been tapped to reprise his soap-famous role for the upcoming summer limited-series, Days of our Lives: Beyond Salem (Chapter Two), on Peacock, and taped his scenes a few weeks ago, must have gotten a little extra from the writers, to get to return to the network series in which he was one of the mainstays for over four decades.

As viewers know, Bo died several years ago, and now in 2022, it looks like Bo is making a heavenly visit to his daughter Ciara (Victoria Konefal) and her husband Ben (Rob Scott Wilson) in their time of need with their newborn baby, as well as best friend, Steve (Stephen Nichols), who needs a miracle to help save his son, Tripp (Lucas Adams) … all part of the AllDevil’s (Lindsay Arnold) heinous plots that has several major moments play out the week of May 16th.  This is May Sweeps after all!

Watch the promo below, featuring the return of Peter Reckell.

Now. let us know, are you excited to watch how Bo’s ‘visit’ plays out? Let us know via the comment section below.

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