Who is on the receiving end of a marriage proposal this week on The Bold and the Beautiful?
Wyatt/Hope: Wyatt (Darin Brooks) purchases something big for an unsuspecting Hope (Kim Matula). Later, Hope seeks wise words from Rick (Jacob Young) about her Wyatt/Liam situation.
David Tom is living proof you can in fact go home again. After a 12-year absence from The Young and the Restless, Tom is slipping back into the role of Billy Abbott come Feb. 3. Billy Miller departs on Jan. 30.
The actor is diving head first into the end of a huge storyline, with Billy having learned Adam (Michael Muhney) was the culprit behind his daughter's hit-and-run. TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan spoke with Tom on what's next for Billy.
TV Guide Magazine: How do things shift for Billy once he knows Adam killed Delia?
Tom: There's certainly no closure, but there's a change in the depth of his anger. Sooner or later, the healing process will have to begin. But, for now, he's furious that Adam did what he did and — even worse — kept it a secret. I can't even imagine what it would be like to deal with something like that yet, at the same time, I can relate. I'm an uncle now in my own life and if somebody did something to harm my little nephew, well...I would definitely want to make that person suffer as much as possible. READ MORE
Billy/Adam: After teaming up with Kevin, Billy begins to zero in on what really happened to Delia. As Adam races to leave town with Chelsea and Connor, will Billy finally avenge his daughter? READ MORE
While CBS Daytime was rejoicing over the entire lineup being renewed today, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler was fielding questions about the Michael Muhney scandal. At the 2014 Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, Tassler had this to say about Muhney's firing from The Young and the Restless and the scandal which ensued following his ouster:
I can’t comment on any of the allegations. I can only say that when the producers and Sony [Pictures Television] came to us and said, ‘We want to make a change,’ and they laid out their reasoning why, we supported them.
The team at CBS Daytime is breaking out their dancing shoes this afternoon. The Tiffany Network announced renewals for Let’s Make A Deal, The Price is Right, The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful and The Talk at the TCA convention.
"The return of all five of our CBS Daytime shows is a credit to the collaborative spirit of the casts, crews and staff who work tirelessly to make their creative vision come to life," said Angelica McDaniel, senior vice-president of CBS Daytime in a released statement. " A special thank you goes out to our loyal fans for watching and for making us No.1 in daytime." READ MORE