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via press release:





CBS, the top-rated network in Daytime, celebrates Thanksgiving with special programming across the daypart on THE TALK, THE PRICE IS RIGHT, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS and THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL.


THE TALK will serve up holiday programming Monday, Nov. 25-Wednesday, Nov. 27 with special “Home Cooked for the Holidays” segments featuring celebrity chefs showcasing original recipes and entertaining ideas for the perfect holiday celebration.  On Monday, Nov. 25, celebrity party planner David Tutera will offer festive appetizer ideas including “upscale” pigs in a blanket and seasonal potato skins. Chef Tanya Holland heats up the kitchen on Tuesday, Nov. 26, and Antonia Lafaso will cook up some holiday cheer on Wednesday, Nov. 27. On Thursday, Nov. 28, THE TALK will air a repeat episode featuring legendary actress Carol Burnett and a performance by Daughtry.


Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show THE PRICE IS RIGHT, daytime’s #1-rated series and the longest-running game show in television history, is fixing a festive Thanksgiving episode, Wednesday, Nov. 27.  In the spirit of the holiday, the show is celebrating Turkey Day with themed games and prizes. Plus, after winning a car in 2004 on THE PRICE IS RIGHT, special guest celebrity chef Marcela Valladolid returns to present an amazing showcase featuring trips to San Francisco and Napa for a culinary tour and to her favorite chocolatier in Paris.


On THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, Wednesday, Nov. 27, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) gathers his family to celebrate Thanksgiving and is delighted by a surprise visit from his sister, Ashley (Eileen Davidson).  Tensions rise among the Newman family as they struggle to find peace in the wake of Nikki’s (Melody Thomas Scott) shocking revelation that Dylan McAvoy (Steve Burton) is her long-lost son.  Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) and Adam Newman (Michael Muhney) bond during their first holiday with their son, Connor.  Meanwhile, Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) gathers friends and family at the Chancellor mansion to reminisce about Katherine Chancellor (the late Jeanne Cooper).  On Thursday, Nov. 28 and Friday, Nov. 29, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS will air two repeat episodes honoring the memory of late daytime legend Jeanne Cooper.  On Nov. 28, the classic episode in which Jill and Katherine fight in the Chancellor attic will re-air. On Nov. 29, a rebroadcast of the tribute episode from this past May will air, in which cast members, family and friends gather to celebrate Cooper’s life.


On THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, Hope (Kim Matula) combines Rick (Jacob Young) and Caroline’s (Linsey Godfrey) engagement party with Thanksgiving dinner and brings all of the Forresters, Logans, Spencers, Fullers and Waltons together at one table, on Wednesday, Nov. 27.  With love and understanding, Hope asks for two things of her many guests: that for one day everyone put aside their differences and come together as a family, and forgiveness for who need to receive it.  One by one, each person, some reluctantly, turns to the person next to them and says something kind in the spirit of the holiday.  On Thursday, Nov. 28, a classic repeat of THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL will air, in which Hope and Liam (Scott Clifton) get married on location in Italy.


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