'The Young And The Restless' Reveals Return Date For New Episodes

The Young and the Restless announced the return date for all-new episodes amid the coronavirus pandemic, and viewers could not be any happier with the exciting news.

All-new storylines will begin airing on CBS on Monday, August 10, The Young and the Restless announced on the show's website. As the show returns, Genoa City is in for some extreme drama. Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) find their family threatened by a secret. Victor and Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) bury the hatchet to help Adam (Mark Grossman) as he wrestles with the possibility that he committed a heinous crime as a pre-teen.

Meanwhile, Sharon (Sharon Case) continues to battle against breast cancer, and her family and friends rally around her as the struggle intensifies. Billy (Jason Thompson) and Lily (Christel Khalil) must handle a brewing scandal as they explore their new partnership at work, which may end up translating to something personal as well. Finally, Abby (Melissa Ordway) and Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) continue to butt heads as their rivalry with each other heats up. The fate of The Grand Phoenix and more hangs in the balance.

Watch for Amanda (Mishael Morgan) to put the brakes on her new relationship with Nate (Sean Dominic). Could this open up the possibility of something between Amanda and Devon (Bryton James) as they bond? Esther (Kate Linder) helps Kevin (Greg Rikaart) prepare to become a father again as the baby will arrive soon.

The cast of THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -- TOP (L to R):Tyler Johnson (Theo Vanderway), Cait Fairbanks (Tessa Porter), Jordi Vilasuso (Rey Rosales), Sasha Calle (Lola Rosales), Michael Mealor (Kyle Abbott), Hunter King (Summer Newman), Camryn Grimes (Mariah Copeland), Sean Dominic (Nate Hastings), Brytni Sarpy (Elena Dawson), Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher), Elizabeth Hendrickson (Chloe Mitchell) MIDDLE (L TO R): Marla Adams (Dina Mergeron), Melissa Ordway (Abby Newman), Beth Maitland (Traci Abbott), Christel Khalil (Lily Winters), Doug Davidson (Paul Williams), Lauralee Bell (Christine Blair Williams), Tracey Bregman (Lauren Fenmore Baldwin), Christian Le Blanc (Michael Baldwin), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea Lawson), Mark Grossman (Adam Newman), Kate Linder (Esther Valentine) FRONT (L TO R): Mishael Morgan (Amanda Sinclair), Bryton James (Devon Hamilton), Jess Walton (Jill Abbott), Jason Thompson (Billy Abbott), Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott), Eric Braeden (Victor Newman), Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman), Amelia Heinle (Victoria Newman), Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers), Joshua Morrow (Nick Newman), Sharon Case (Sharon Newman)
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The show shut down production in mid-March as the United States locked down in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19. After it ran out of new episodes, the CBS Daytime drama switched to theme weeks, replaying flashback stories to fit different themes, including the Newmans, Abbotts, weddings, villains, and more. This week's focus is on "Oh my God" moments, and there have been plenty of those over the years.

Fans were thrilled with the news, and many of them commented on the show's social media announcement about the upcoming, all-new episodes. Some also expressed that they'd like a refresher of what was happening before the break.

"Yay!! But I can't remember what was going on before! Please post a synopsis of some sort," suggested one viewer.

"I have enjoyed and will miss the classics, but I hope the writers made some improvements to the storylines and that the cast and crew stay safe. Looking forward to Monday!" a second fan enthused.

"This is such wonderful news! Not that I am complaining about the reruns, they were fun to watch, but I look forward to getting back to the present storylines," replied a third follower.