Soaps She Knows says that on Friday June 5, The Young and the Restless will air a heartwarming classic episode featuring Dina Mergeron. If you already saw this episode from December 24, 2019 you might want to watch it again. If you missed it please tune in because this might just be her swan song, literally. As viewers know, Dina is dying from Alzheimer's disease so there will be no miracle cure. On the few occasions she has been seen in General City this past year, she is usually silent and unaware. On Christmas Eve, however, the Abbott family witnessed a miracle, that many viewers said brought them to tears.
General Hospital has a number of storylines that fans desire to see wrapped up when the show starts airing again. One situation that has many layers to it has to do with Julian Jerome and his new wife. Nelle Hayes is as calculating and vindictive as Julian can be vengeful and murderous. This makes them two of a kind, but their marriage does not seem as if it has a chance. When General Hospital returns from hiatus, fans are wondering what will be in store for the newlyweds. Neither one can stand the other and each of them have secrets on one another. Nelle knows Julian was aware that Wiley was her child with Michael and that he caused the car accident that hurt Lucas. He knows that she is the one who initiated switching babies and both are allowing Brad to languish in jail.
One of the last things my family did prior the being forced to shelter in place was to go to the local library. We consider the library our second home and go there several times a week, at least we did. I can’t count the number of times I caught myself almost going to the library before I remembered I could not because of the pandemic. My three grandchildren were already being home schooled so we could go most anytime we chose. At the library they found books to read, played video games and used the computer. On Tuesdays there were special programs for the younger children, like puppet shows, crafts, and other special events.
The COVID-19 Pandemic is continuing to take a toll on daytime television, but one veteran actor is willing to move forward without delay. The Young and the Restless stopped taping new episodes in March and are now showing older classic programs. It's rumored that the CBS daytime drama might start up production again in June, which indicates that viewers would see fresh programming in August. According to Soap Dirt there are more changes coming that both the cast as well as the fans might need to brace themselves for. Eric Braeden who portrays Victor Newman has announced that he is ready, willing, and able, to go back to work, but the choice may not be his to make.
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