‘Young And The Restless’ November 21, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA For Certain Time Zones

‘Young And The Restless’ November 21, 2019 Episode Delayed In USA For Certain Time Zones

Hey, “Young And The Restless” fans. For some of you guys in certain time zones, it appears that the “Young And The Restless” episode got preempted again yesterday, November 21, 2019 for the President Donald Trump impeachment hearings.

We took a look at the official “Young And The Restless” Twitter page and found out by some of the commenters that some of them actually got to watch half of the episode before it got preempted.

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Then some of them said the whole episode was preempted for them. So, it was definitely a different situation for certain times zones.

We know for a fact here in the central time zone, half of the episode was preempted. We’re pretty sure the whole episode aired on the West Coast because the hearings ended before 11:30 am Pacific time.

Yesterday’s November 21, 2019 impeachment hearings featured testimony from former National Security Council staffer Fiona Hill. The good news is that was the last person scheduled to testify, which means these impeachment hearings seem to finally be over for good.

That means the schedule for the soap operas should go back to normal. As far as which episode will air today, November 22, 2019, the people over at Soaps.com are saying that CBS is airing the episode that was supposed to air yesterday, November 21, 2019 in today’s November 22, 2019 time slot.

However, we would advice you to try and watch it on CBS’ official website or app to make sure you catch the episode you missed because each CBS affiliate channel handles these preempted episodes differently.

Some of them will air it later the same day, the next day or not at all. We have no way of knowing until it’s time for the next day’s episode to air.

Spoiler warning: For those of you who are interested, we do have some good spoiler intel for what you can expect from the “Young And The Restless” once it finally gets back to its regular television schedule.

Next week, we are expecting to see Kyle’s territory to get invaded by Theo. We can certainly imagine that storyline will create some good, intense drama for you guys to look forward to.

Chelsea and Nick will have some very interesting moments coming up. We’re officially hearing that these two will end up having to face a whole new reality. So, that sounds very intriguing to us. We think that’s something to look out for in the very near future.

Later next week, “The Young And The Restless” will keep with tradition by airing some Thanksgiving-centric episodes.

During those episodes, Nikki and Victor are going to throw a big family Thanksgiving dinner at the ranch, but don’t expect things to be happy and chipper during this entire dinner session.

There will certainly be a twist in the works that will cause a very shocking turn of events to take place! So, get ready for all of that.

After all the Thanksgiving hoopla, expect to see Chelsea make a move that will certainly be surprising to most people. We don’t have any specific details on this Chelsea move, but it certainly sounds like it could be very interesting and dramatic. So, look out for it after all the Thanksgiving episodes air.

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

The “Young And The Restless” airs every Monday through Friday at approximately 11:30 am central standard time on CBS. Stay tuned.

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