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The Young and the Restless-related news from 1998 and 1999
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during 1999 that focus on The Young and the Restless or past and present Y&R performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link.
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Michael Damian won't be seen on Y&R for a while. The actor, who plays Danny Romalotti, has been given an indefinite hiatus from The Young and The Restless.
Actress Margaret Mason, who appeared in The Manchurian Candidate in 1962 and more recently on a daytime soap opera, died Friday of a heart attack. She was 58.
Finally! After weeks of heated negotiations, Emmy-winning actress Heather Tom (Victoria) has re-signed with The Young and the Restless. "I am very excited about continuing to work with my Y&R family, and I look forward to the challenges Victoria will face in the future," the actress said in a statement.
The Young and the Restless has set yet another record. The soap opera that has been number one for more consecutive weeks than any other show in history now gets listed in The Guinness Book of Records for the daytime program with the most Emmy nominations in a single year.
So how much did CBS pay to retain the rights to broadcast The Young and the Restless? If you count off one second for each dollar, you'll be able to stop counting in about three and a half months.