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The Young and the Restless 2019 Spoiler Preview: Relationships Are Tested and Budding Romances Form


Romances and relationships hit rough waters for some couples in Genoa City, while some budding developments begin. Here's a look at what's happening in 2019 on The Young and the Restless

Genoa City Killer Quad: The women's (Melody Thomas Scott, Amelia Heinle, Sharon CaseGina Tognoni) secret regarding J.T.'s (Thad Luckinbill) death comes out, along with the subsequent pact they made. Nikki doesn't confess to the murder, but someone else will. Watch for this development to put a crimp in the alliance between the GCKQ. 

Nick/Phyllis: The Newman playboy (Joshua Morrow) and Red hit a rough patch due to her relationship with his family. Watch for Phyllis to go to the mat to protect herself when her back is up against the wall. What does this mean for her and Nick, and her alliance with his mom and sister?

Rey/Mia: Hard times are on the horizon for the by-the-book cop (Jordi Vilasuso) and the social climber's (Noemi Gonzalez) already shaky marriage. Look for Sharon (Sharon Case) to be an issue for the couple as well as Mia not letting go of the heat she had with Arturo (Jason Canela).

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Billy/Victoria: As the Abbott black sheep (Jason Thompson) and the Newman heiress become closer, things start to hinder the two getting back together. This is mainly due to the truth behind J.T.'s disappearance and her little interaction with Cane (Daniel Goddard).

Cane/Lily: Prison life ain't easy for Mrs. Ashby (Christel Khalil). Lily is having a hard time being away from her man and kids (Noah Alexander GerryLexi Stevenson). Watch for her time in the pen to make Lily become a bit hard.

Traci: The novelist (Beth Maitland) returns to Genoa City and tries to keep her family together, while lending an ear and shoulder to lean on for others.

Jill: The former nail tech and business mogul (Jess Walton) drops a bombshell on her family. It's also a support system for a loved one in need.