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The Young and the Restless-related news from 2000
It's impossible to keep up with all of the twists and turns from the world of soaps. Luckily, Soap Central has archived all the The Young and the Restless news from 2000.
Here are the news stories posted on Soap Central during 2000 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. To access articles from other years, click here.
Shemar Moore has announced officially that he will be leaving Y&R when his contract expires in April. The Emmy nominated actor is quick to point out that he did not arrive at this decision easily. "I've done a lot of soul searching," he says.
Will he or won't he is the big question over at The Young and the Restless. For several months now, there's been speculation over whether or not Shemar Moore
) will renew his contract when it expires this spring.
If there was a theme at this year's Daytime Emmy Awards, it had to be that the night was a night of firsts.
According to published reports, Shemar Moore's (Malcolm) contract with The Young and the Restless expires in August. The actor, who has been with the show since 1991, has previously stated that he would not renew his contract when it expired.
The buzz is that Tracey E. Bregman could be staying longer than the few episodes in June.
The Internet is abuzz with rumors that J. Eddie Peck (ex-Cole, The Young and the Restless) has been cast as Jake Martin. A spokesperson for ABC declined comment. Other insiders also hint that the rumor is untrue and that the search goes on.
As first reported in August, Tricia Cast has asked to be released from her contract with The Young and the Restless. According to reports, Cast wanted off of daytime television to spend more time with Bat McGrath, the new man in her life.
Daytime viewers may know her best for her work as Sally Spectra on The Bold and the Beautiful
, but actress Darlene Conley got her start on another Bill Bell penned soap.
With each passing day, more and more uncertainty builds around whether or not Shemar Moore will remain on The Young and the Restless. Moore has signed on to do a FOX primetime series, "Celebrity."
There's talk that The Young and the Restless might be recasting the role of Drucilla Winters. Talks between Victoria Rowell and show execs broke down last month and the actress was left without a new contract. Because of the breakdown, Rowell will depart the show this fall.
Although no one's sure exactly why the change has taken place, there's a new Rianna on board at The Young and the Restless.
Special congratulations goes out to The Young and the Restless as it celebrates the taping of its 7,000th episode. The stars of the show gathered together recently to toast the milestone.
According to a report in Soap Opera Digest, Tricia Cast (Nina) will continue to air on The Young and the Restless through early next year. The magazine cites inside sources that claim Cast will film her final episodes in late December. That would mean that her final on-screen date would come sometime around the middle of January.
Fans are worried that Christian LeBlanc's (Michael) contract with The Young and the Restless may not be renewed when is expires early next year. The fuel for the rumors apparently is that Lauralee Bell (Christine) begins maternity leave next month.
Soap veteran Alexia Robinson has secured the role of Alex on The Young and the Restless. You might be asking yourself about this new character --- that was reportedly previous to be going by the name "Erin."
By now, most fans of The Young and the Restless know that Tricia Cast, who has played Nina since 1986, will be leaving the show. However, there's talk that when Cast goes she may not be going alone.
Real-life couple Eileen Davidson (Ashley) and Jon Lindstrom (Kevin, Port Charles
) have separated. The couple wed in Cambria, California on May 3, 1997. They first met at a charity event in 1994.
Emmy Award winning Tricia Cast (Nina) has finally ended the speculation about when and why she will depart The Young and the Restless.
The Young and the Restless' Shemar Moore (Malcolm Winters) has confirmed that he will be departing the show when his contract expires in the spring of 2001. Moore, who joined The Young and the Restless in 1994 after he'd been spotted in a shaving product commercial, will begin to concentrate his career on feature films.