Y&R Spoilers for the Week of November 18, 2019 | See Who's Back!!


Y&R Spoilers for the Week of November 18, 2019 | See Who's Back!!
Y&R Spoilers for the Week of November 18, 2019 | See Who's Back!!

Y&R Spoilers' Alert!! The week of November 18, Young and the Restless includes details from an episode that aired in Canada but pre-empted in the U.S. Desperate for juicy affairs as well as rivalries, Candace points to the show’s out-of-touch nature, wondering why Devon isn’t part of his own storyline.

Y&R spoilers for November 18-22

Adam opens up to Sharon while Nick makes a threat. Nick’s attempt to win over the public continues to be cumbersome as his campaign is undermined some more. Taking a page out of the old Newman playbook, he tries to remedy the situation by making threats.

This week spoilers on Y&R There's a possible end of Nate's career as he faces a threat of his own, at least to his troubled career. Chelsea makes things right. After Connor begins experiencing stomach pains, Chelsea goes to stay at Adam’s penthouse.

Devon threatens to hit Cane as he continues facing a threat to his fortune, but things could be about to get more complicated in that department. Jill calls Cane for help, and he instantly realizes that something is seriously wrong.

He guesses that’s the case as well once she makes a discovery that leaves her startled.

Spoiler Alert!!! Love Triangle: Abby, Phyllis, and Chance >>

Phyllis seeks information across the town. Billy, who has an epiphany, surprises Jack.

Jack faces a surprise of his own thanks to Billy, while Phyllis goes digging for some dirt. Summer hides something from Theo. Do you wish to see Theo end up with Lola? Comment down. Further, Chloe helps Abby do damage control while Kyle battles for his place at Jabot.

The surprising thing is that Cane’s father Colin Atkinson will appear again as the American-Australian actor Tristan Rogers returns in Genoa City. Besides, Alyvia Alyn Lind, better known as Faith and Fenmore Baldwin, portrayed by Zach Tinker, will be returning in this weeks', Y&R.

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