‘The Young And The Restless’ November 20, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA. It Didn’t Air

‘The Young And The Restless’ November 20, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA. It Didn’t Air

Hey, “Young And The Restless” fans. We have more bad news for you guys today, November 20, 2019. If you flipped on CBS today, most of you noticed that your favorite soap opera was not airing.

Update: The November 21, 2019 “Young And The Restless” episode was apparently delayed for certain time zones due to the impeachment hearings. We wrote a new article on it. You can read it by Clicking Here.

Those damn impeachment hearings took over again. CBS opted to not air their two, big soaps “The Young And The Restless” and “The Bold And The Beautiful.”

Currently, this is the case for the eastern and central time zones. As I’m writing, there’s still a chance the episodes could air in the Western time zone as they are two hours behind us here in Dallas,Texas.

As for the impeachment hearings for today,November 20, 2019, they featured testimony from US Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland during the morning hours. The Defense Department official Laura Cooper and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale are scheduled to testify this afternoon.

We have no idea how long they will drag out these impeachment hearings today. Right now, it seems like they could certainly last forever.

Oh, and it gets worse. These hearings are supposed to continue tomorrow, Thursday, November 21, 2019. Former National Security Council staffer Fiona Hill is scheduled to deliver her testimony during tomorrow’s session.

It seems like tomorrow’s hearing might be shorter though. If that’s the case, it’s highly likely the soap operas will air. Unfortunately,we have no idea what the networks will air in this scenario until the actual time arrives.

At that point, we can accurately confirm whether or not the soap operas aired or not. Even then, it’s only for our specific time zone.

As far as when the preempted episodes will air, the best thing we can tell you is to look to watch it on the networks’ websites and apps. All the major networks: ABC, CBS and NBC are currently covering today’s November 20, 2019 impeachment hearings.

It’s guaranteed that the networks will upload the preempted episodes to their websites and apps. So, trying to watch it on those platforms would be my personal game plan for watching the preempted episodes.

As far as we know, the episodes are only preempted in the United States. I believe Canada still gets to see them, which means they’re way ahead of us now. They got to see the new episodes through all of last week’s preemptions.

A news report from vocal.media is saying that the Young And The Restless is definitely preempted today and may be preempted tomorrow, November 22,2019.

However, it’s more likely to air tomorrow. The best thing is just to check the CBS channel in your area when it’s time for it to air tomorrow to see if they are airing it. If they don’t air it, just get ready to wait for them to upload the preempted episode to their website or app.

The networks usually get them uploaded later in the day or the following day. Each network’s local affiliates are different.

Some of them opt to actually air the preempted episodes extremely late at night or even into the early morning hours when few people are even awake. So, the best thing is just to schedule to watch it on their website or app.

The good news is it appears that tomorrow’s November 22, 2019 impeachment hearings will be the last of this madness. Cross your fingers.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Young And The Restless” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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  1. Dorothy A. Wojcicki says:

    I do not understand why all three major networks have to broadcast the “Circus” in Washington so the “Clowns” can be seen everyday. Anyone who has a TV receives all three networks. If it must be broadcast then the networks can take turns and “One” can broadcast on a particular day.

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