via press release:
CBS DAYTIME IS IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY, OFFERING ROMANCE, INTRIGUE AND SEXY GIVEAWAYS, FEB. 9-13
Talent From CBS Daytime’s Entire Lineup Will Participate in Twitter “Love Chats” Throughout the Week of Feb. 9
CBS Daytime celebrates Valentine’s Day with special themed episodes of THE TALK, LET’S MAKE A DEAL, THE PRICE IS RIGHT, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS and THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, Monday, Feb. 9 – Friday, Feb. 13 on the CBS Television Network. In addition, CBS Daytime will mark Valentine’s Day with talent from the entire lineup participating in Twitter “Love Chats” throughout the week (full schedule below).
THE TALK kicks off the festivities with romantic giveaways from lifestyle expert Chi-Lan Lieu and themed cooking segments on Monday, Feb. 9 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT/CT). On Thursday, Feb. 12, chef Dean Sheremet will prepare “Take Your Love Around The World with Food” dishes, and on Friday, Feb. 13, pastry chef Candace Nelson serves up Valentine’s Day desserts, including naturally pink raspberry cupcakes and ice cream sandwiches with heart-shaped brownies. Valentine’s Day week will also feature celebrity guests, including Terry Crews, Taraji P. Henson, Kunal Nayyar (CBS’s THE BIG BANG THEORY), Allison Janney (CBS’s MOM) and Robin Tunney (CBS’s THE MENTALIST).
Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show LET’S MAKE A DEAL celebrates Valentine’s Day with a special themed episode featuring an audience full of single traders looking to make deals and love connections, on Friday, Feb. 13 (check local listings). Traders are matched up to make deals as couples when Cupid Wayne Brady sets the singles up on the wildest blind dates of all time. After one game of “Let’s Make a Date,” where a trader is shown four potential partners to choose from, Wayne finds a love connection between the couple after learning they already met earlier in line. Jonathan Mangum decides to makes his own deal with Wayne in honor of the Valentine’s Day show – swapping their pants during a commercial break! Also, when a couple passes up their Zonk, Wayne and Jonathan dig right in to a half-eaten box of chocolates. Our hopeful traders attempt to make a love connection and a great deal because the only thing worse than a Zonk is a Zonk and a bad date!
Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show THE PRICE IS RIGHT, network television’s #1-rated daytime series and the longest-running game show in television history, is celebrating Valentine’s Day by throwing a wedding shower, Friday, Feb. 13 (11:00-Noon, ET; 10:00-11:00 AM, PT). An audience filled with engaged couples will have the opportunity to play as pairs and win themed prizes, including his and hers wedding bands, bachelor and bachelorette parties in Mexico, a honeymoon in Fiji and a trip to the romantic city of Venice, Italy.
The residents of Genoa City are flirting with disaster this Valentine’s Day on television’s #1 daytime drama for 26 years, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS. Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) clashes with her husband Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) as she puts the bottle before her marriage and family on Friday, Feb. 13 (12:30-1:30 PM, ET; 11:30 AM-12:30 PM, PT). Life for the Winters family spirals out of control when Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) learns of his son, Devon Hamilton’s (Bryton James), affair with his wife, Hilary Curtis (Mishael Morgan). Also, bad boy Adam Newman (Justin Hartley) inches closer to winning back his wife Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) under his new identity, Gabriel Bingham.
It’s not all flowers and candy hearts this Valentine’s Day for the characters on Daytime Emmy Award-winning THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL on Friday, Feb. 13 (1:30-2:00 PM, ET; 12:30-1:00 PM, PT). As the Spencers scheme to take over Forrester Creations, Liam (Scott Clifton) has to choose which Forrester woman will he spend Valentine’s Day with: Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) or Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood)? Still brokenhearted over losing Hope, Wyatt (Darin Brooks) finds himself spending the most romantic evening of the year sharing a box of chocolates with his crazy and consoling mother, Quinn (Rena Sofer). Meanwhile, Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) has a difficult time dealing with something she isn’t quite familiar with: a Valentine’s Day without a Valentine. As she drowns her sorrows in a bottle of booze, she pours her heart out to none other than her ex-lover, Deacon (Sean Kanan).