Neil’s Return: Kristoff St. John will be returning to set this week on The Young and the Restless. The actor, who plays Neil Winters, took a leave of absence last October to undergo psychiatric treatment. St. John has been open about his battles with depression following the death of his son Julian, three years ago. Look for Neil to return on screen this April. This news was first reported by Entertainment Weekly.
What’s coming up: This week on The Young and the Restless: Victoria (Amelia Heinle) recovers from a scandal on Monday (March 12; Canadian episodes listed). Tensions rise between Victor (Eric Braeden) and J.T. (Thad Luckinbill) while Ashley (Eileen Davidson) fights back.
On Tuesday (March 13), Sharon (Sharon Case) leans on Nick (Joshua Morrow). Lily (Christel Khalil) schemes to keep Hilary (Mishael Morgan) out of Devon’s life. Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) gets busted.
Y&R will be pre-empted in Canada (on Global) this Wednesday (March 14) and Thursday (March 15). New episodes of Y&R will resume in Canada (on Global) this Friday (March 16). Y&R will be pre-empted in the U.S. due to CBS’ coverage of the NCAA March Madness this Thursday (March 15) and Friday (March 16). New episodes of Y&R will resume in the U.S. (on CBS) on Monday, March 19.
In case you missed it: The Young and the Restless will be welcoming back some stars during the soap’s 45th anniversary week (which will begin March 23 in Canada on Global and March 26 in the U.S. on CBS): Jaime Lyn Bauer (Lorie Brooks), Janice Lynde (Leslie Brooks), Meg Bennett (Julia Newman), Kelly Kruger (Mac Browning), David Lago (Raul Guittierez) and Lauren Woodland (Brittany Hodges). Meanwhile, Michael Mealor will assume the role of Kyle Abbott later this month.
The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on Global and CBS. Canadian viewers can catch up with Y&R on demand, on the Global Go app and online at GlobalTV.com.