The Young and the Restless weekly spoilers tease big drama is ahead for the residents of Genoa City. Soap Central reported on Saturday Billy Abbott’s (Jason Thompson) life is in a fragile state, and the doctors are not sure if he will live or die. The Young and the Restless spoilers include that Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) and Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) begin a (fake) romance. The spoilers state the plan was to trick Hilary Hamilton (Mishael Morgan) into believing that Neil moved on with his life — in hopes she will consider spending more time with his son, Devon (Bryton James).
Billy Abbott’s condition is in a fragile state, and his family wonders if he can recover from the accident. Billy shows small brain activity; his doctors are concerned that he could die. Refusing Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) refuses to entertain the thought Billy won’t survive and hopes that the accident will teach Billy a valuable lesson. The Young and the Restless spoilers preview that Victoria tells Lauren Fenmore (Tracey E. Bregman) that she believes he will come out of a coma a new man — completely changed and ready to be a good father to Katie and Johnny.
The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that it will be a rough week for both Billy and Victoria, according to Serial Scoop. Victoria considers removing Billy off all life support when the doctors tell Victoria and the Abbott family that there is little hope for Billy to pull out of the coma. Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) arrives at the hospital with documentation that Victoria doesn’t hold power of attorney over Billy anymore — Billy gave Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) that power following their divorce a few years earlier. Jack sits by his brother’s side, praying that he will make it.
Other The Young and the Restless spoilers hint that Neil and Nikki will begin a (fake) romance, with the goal to trick Hilary into believing the affection they share is real. Hilary starts to doubt the romance scheme, and questions Neil about her findings. Neil eventually admits to her that it was a ploy to force her to move back in with Devon, and he never meant to trick her. The Young and the Restless spoiler tease the plan backfires when Hilary turns up her charm and seduces Neil by claiming she wants him to help her with a business venture. The once-married couple hits the sheets, and it solidifies her thinking that Neil is her soul mate. It is looking impossible for Hilary to make her way back to her one true love, Devon. Can they beat all odds and get their happily ever after?
If The Young and the Restless fans were hoping Adam Newman was going to embrace the dark side, they are lucky this week. Adam Newman approaches Noah Newman and tells him, “It’s time for you to man up, and channel some of that Newman talent for deceit.” Adam has the plan to trick his father, Victor, into signing over power of Newman Enterprises to him. The Young and the Restless spoilers have teased for quite some time that someone will betray Victor, and the threat will come from within the family unit. Next week on The Young and the Restless, it will be clear that the threat to Newman Enterprises it none other than Adam Newman. Will he succeed in swiping Newman Enterprises from his old man?
The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal two huge casting changes happen this week. First, Jerry Douglas, who portrays John Abbott, will appear to Jack Abbott as he tries to make up his mind whether to turn Billy’s life support off, or wait for him to respond. Secondly, the long-awaited General Hospital veteran, Jason Thompson, debuts as Billy Abbott on January 13. The Young and the Restless will finally unveil the new Billy Abbott — and fans couldn’t be more thrilled about the change.
The Young and the Restless spoilers tease that just as Jack is about to make a decision to turn off Billy’s life support, he makes a turn for the better. The Abbotts and Victoria are thrilled about his health improvement. Throughout the tough ordeal, Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) and Victoria bond and come to an understanding that they both love Billy with their whole hearts. Will they bury their hatchet and learn to get along, once and for all? Find out this week on The Young and the Restless, airing weekdays on CBS daytime.
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