The Young and the Restless to Be Preempted During Impeachment Hearings
The Young and the Restless will be preempted
Soaps She Knows is reminding viewers of The Young and the Restless that the CBS daytime drama will be preempted during the impeachment hearings. CNN reveals that there will be two days of public hearings on Wednesday and Friday. Soap fans become angry when even small portions of their favorite programs are interrupted for breaking news. There is a lot of action scheduled this week in Genoa City and fans will not want to miss a minute of it.
There is the hostage situation at the Grand Phoenix which will bring Doug Davidson back on screen as Police chief Paul Williams. He and Chance will confer after Phillip Chancellor IV apprehends Simon Black, who he came to Genoa City to arrest. The new security system that Phyllis ordered will be partially responsible for the criminal being apprehended, so Abby will have to eat crow because she complained about the cost. All of this action takes place on Tuesday, prior to the impeachment hearings.
Things are at a stand still in Genoa City
When the new writing team took over on The Young and the Restless, brought back Paul, Kevin, and Chloe while giving Michael and Lauren more air time. Lately, however, none of those characters has been on screen. Doug Davidson is on recurring status, but viewers expected more of the veteran actor than simply showing up every few months when there is a crime. Chelsea and Adam returned to Genoa City and have been in front burner storylines ever since. Chloe and Kevin recently showed up pretending to be federal agents in order to help Chelsea and the Baldwin’s are on the back burner again.
It seems like the progress that was being made on The Young and the Restless has come to a standstill. Loyal fans were expecting so much more from Lauren when she declared war on Adam. What they got was watching Ms.Fenmore/Balwin and her husband disappear. Kevin and Chloe deserve better than to be in a few scenes of the Chelsea show. The new writers are almost at a point of mimicking Mal Young’s actions and viewers will complain.
Genoa City is so much more than only the Newmans and Abbotts and The Young and the Restless flows better when there is a balance with all the core characters. When Paul first returned, he and Christine were seen having alone time but now he only shows up in an official capacity. This is not why viewers demanded Doug Davidson be rehired. Surely the writers can find a way to integrate this 40-year veteran and others into the storyline in a better fashion.
The Young and the Restless may be off the air next week also
It is being reported that there will be several days of public impeachment hearings during the week of November 18 as well. Fans of The Young and the Restless will have to sit tight until it's all over. In the meantime, future episodes can be dissected based on spoiler alerts and what has already taken place. Phyllis will more than likely get over her obsession with Adam and set her sights on Chance. Summer will return and work closely with Kyle, as Theo makes his decision regarding staying in Genoa City or moving to Paris.
Nick will become jealous of Chelsea and Adam, which might become a distraction from focus on his campaign. Amanda's past and why she spent time in jail will be revealed and perhaps Cane will not walk away with Devon's billions once Jill returns and discloses what she found out. Be on the lookout for updated spoilers, and be sure to check out one day ahead episodes of The Young and the Restless. If you don't want to watch the impeachment proceedings, consider a good holiday movie as a distraction.
Loyal fans will keep the faith that Paul, Kevin, Chloe, Michael, and Lauren will get more air time. No one wants The Young and the Restless to turn into the Adam Newman and associates show. Perhaps all the loose ends will be wrapped up and the characters who have been on the sidelines will be getting more screen time.
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© 2019 Cheryl E Preston