'The Talk' Celebrates 40 Years of 'The Young and the Restless' March 25 on CBS

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March 20th, 2013

The Talk Young and the Restless

via press release:


THE TALK will commemorate the 40th Anniversary of CBS’s #1 daytime drama THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, on Monday, March 25, 2013, (2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT), with a special celebratory show featuring cast members Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Newman), Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman Abbott), Joshua Morrow (Nicholas Newman), Michael Muhney (Adam Newman), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman), Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters).


The Y&R cast will join THE TALK co-hosts in studio to discuss the legacy of the iconic show which has been the #1 daytime drama for more than 24 years. They’ll also look back on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS’ most memorable show moments, both on camera and behind the scenes.


After the completion of the live show, the actors will participate in a web-exclusive 30 minute Q&A titled “Keep Talking: The Young and the Restless Cast” with the show’s studio audience, made up largely of longtime fans of the soap. The Q&A session will be moderated by THE TALK co-host Julie Chen and will be posted exclusively online later that day. For more information, visit TheTalk.com.


THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS will be celebrating its 40th anniversary on Tuesday, March 26. The show is broadcast weekdays (12:30-1:30 PM, ET; 11:00 AM-12:00 Noon, PT) on the CBS Television Network and is produced by Bell Dramatic Serial Company, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

THE TALK, daytime television’s fastest growing network talk show, features a panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities who examine current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day. The daily one-hour series is co-hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler. The hosts swap stories, challenge each other on issues and engage the studio audience and viewers at home about events in the headlines and their own homes. Show segments include guest interviews with entertainers and newsmakers, musical performances, how-to demos and appearances from extraordinary people with stories that engage and inform. The show was developed by Gilbert, who also serves as executive producer.

  • moshane58

    How nice of the Talk doing that.No one on ABC has even mention celebrating GH’s 50th.Now watch them copy this.Better hurry ABC its two weeks away.

  • luke & laura

    ^ don`t know what planet your on . GH has been on time magazine , people magazine . ABC has promoted the 50th anniversary for months .katie had gh stars on . the chew had gh stars on .

  • Stephen Judson

    ^And The View is going to be celebrating them with an hour long show and they have a 20/20 segment on Friday of that week. ABC Daytime is not that family unit like CBS Daytime is. Daytime on ABC is “You have your show, now stay on it.” CBS is the opposite. That being said, ABC recently has been having GH stars on shows. The Chew did that week long GH “in their home thing.” And Genie Francis was on The Chew and Katie talking about GH. So lets stop bashing ABC when they had this forumla going for years with no complaints.

  • MBmomof3

    Congrats Y&R. I’m loving the anniversary celebration.

  • moshane58

    I don’t watch The Chew.It replaced my one only soap All My children..Did forget about the 20.20 story.Don’t watch The View either.Surprised they haven’t ran comercial about it during GH.There salute good bye to AMC and OLTl wasn’t very good at all.Hope they do a better job on GH.As far as ABC will never have much good things to say about it and will bash it all I want.I’m not one of them people they can train as ABC said to watch whatever they put on.

  • Fakeem

    I wished that “The Talk” would have more of the seasoned cast members on for the reunion. the characters of Adam and Chelsea plus the new [relatively speaking] actress playing Victoria don’t belong IMHO. How can you NOT have “Victor” & “Katherine” there, when they’ve been on for at least 30 years.

    Better guest selection may bring in higher ratings. That’s like doing a retrospective on The Price Is Right and not having Bob Barker on. At least Let’s Make A Deal brought back Monty Hall.

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