Tracey Bregman

Did Fen Kill Carmine on The Young and the Restless? (SNEAK PEEK)

Lauren Fenmore (Tracey Bregman) tracks down her troubled youngest son on today's episode of The Young and the Restless. With Carmine (Marco Dapper) dead and Michael (Christian LeBlanc) arrested for his murder, is Fen (Max Ehrich) really the one to blame? Watch a sneak peek at Wednesday's Y&R after the jump!


Jill Farren Phelps is Back to Her Kill-Happy Self on The Young and the Restless (PROMO)

Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) and Lauren Fenmore (Tracey Bregman) might as well rent a studio apartment over the Genoa City Police Department, since practically all their storylines end up there. This week on The Young and the Restless, the lawyer and his glamour puss wife are once again having the book thrown at them, by their best friend Paul (Doug Davidson). Can't these people ever just have Bunco night?

Elsewhere in Genoa City, Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) worries Adam (Michael Muhney) will cut her out of Connor's life and tragedy enters Billy's (Billy Miller) orbit. I'll give Jill Farren Phelps this, she took longer than usual to start mowing down legacy characters likes stray blades of grass. Here's hoping the carnage will at least give the canvas some meaty material. Watch this week's The Young and the Restless promo after the jump!


SHOCKER: Dylan McAvoy's Secret Genoa City Past Revealed on The Young and the Restless! (PHOTOS)

Dylan McAvoy's (Steve Burton) connection to Genoa City has been slimmer than a Thin Mint so The Young and the Restless is working overtime to connect him to the canvas. Now Daytime Confidential can reveal the hush-hush truth about Dylan's pivotal role in Genoa City history. Learn more after the jump!


FIRST LOOK: The Late Jeanne Cooper and Paul Rauch in 'The Young and the Recyclable' (VIDEO)

How did the cast and crew of The Young and the Restless deal with those draconian budget cuts we've heard so much about in recent years? By making a hilarious spoof entitled The Young and the Recyclable, that's how!

From the delightfully-wicked brains of those yucksters at Y&R comes this video vignette envisioning what would have happened if Y&R had done the unthinkable and decided to permanently recast Jeanne Cooper's legendary Kay Chancellor. Check out the late Paul Rauch in the spoof, proving he was quite the thespian too in his own right! Oh and Eric Braeden, you better WORK!


Wash, Rinse, Repeat: Yet Another Scene With Likey at the Police Station on The Young and the Restless (SNEAK PEEK)

Stop me if you've heard this summary for a The Young and the Restless sneak peek before — like 10 or 15 times in the past month or so. The fabulous Lauren Fenmore (Tracey Bregman) descends upon the GCPD, so that her two brother-husbands, Paul (Doug Davidson) and Michael (Christian LeBlanc), can scream histrionically at one another about the wicked Carmine (Marco Dapper).

Didn't Davidson just win a Daytime Emmy? I wonder what kind of storyline he'd get if he nabbed a Nobel Prize for Drama?

Oh, hella-hot Chavez (Ignacio Serricchio) is also there, as opposed to being somewhere, ya know, NAKED, with a beautiful Genoa City vixen and/or Kevin Fisher (Greg Rikaart). Bill Bell is crying supernatural tears. Watch a sneak peek of today's Y&R after the jump. READ MORE

Is Carmine the Next Sheila Carter on The Young and the Restless?

Poor Lauren can’t catch a break on The Young and the Restless.  In an interview with TV Guide Magazine, Tracey Bregman talks about Carmine (Marco Dapper) kidnapping her character and teases a connection to her infamous foe Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown).

TV Guide Magazine: A little something happens in the July 29 episode that suggests the Y&R writers may be turning Carmine into another Sheila.

Bregman: The Sheila fans are certainly hoping there's a connection!

TV Guide Magazine: Meaning what, that they think he secretly is Sheila?

Bregman: Hey, it's happened! This is Y&R! [Laughs] Everybody else has played her! You know, it's funny about the fans. They liked the flirting between Lauren and Carmine but the second it crossed the line into an actual affair, it was really hard for them to take. They had such an emotional investment in Michael and Lauren being the only happy couple in Genoa City...but when our characters were the happiest, we were mostly off-screen.