‘Young And The Restless’ June 9, 2020 No New Episode. CBS To Re-Air June 7, 2001 Episode
Happy Monday, “Young And The Restless” fans. We hope you guys had another fabulous weekend despite all the pandemic turmoil that’s going on right now.
We are back to give you guys more updates on your favorite soap opera “The Young And The Restless.” CBS is still airing repeat episodes everyday. So, we’ve got the skinny on which rerun CBS plans to deliver tomorrow, June 9, 2020.
It turns out that CBS will go back to their old 2001 Young And The Restless archives for this episode. That’s right, guys. CBS will be re-airing the episode that originally hit the airwaves back on Thursday, June 7, 2001.
It featured Nick in action. In this episode he was busy taking Sharon on a trip to a place far, far away. Actress Eva Longoria was featured in this episode as character Isabella. Isabella was definitely up to some scandalous plots as she schemed to keep Paul and Christine separated.
CBS’ official description for this “Young And The Restless,” June 7, 2001, repeat episode reads like this, “Nick (Joshua Morrow) transports Sharon (Sharon Case) to a faraway land, and Isabella (Eva Longoria) schemes to keep Paul (Doug Davidson) and Christine (Lauralee Bell) apart.”
If any of you guys want to check out that repeat episode of The Young And The Restless, just be sure to turn on CBS tomorrow, June 9, 2020 at approximately 11:30 am central standard time and relive these Nick, Sharon, Isabella and any other moments this episode served up.
For those of you who are still just holding out for new episodes and refuse to watch reruns, you will definitely want to make sure you’ve got other plans arranged for that 11:30 am central standard time slot tomorrow.
We’ve got some new updates for the filming problem “The Young And The Restless” is going through. As we previously reported, California governor Gavin Newsom was given a 22-page, safety plan from CBS studios and other networks last week.
He has since approved that plan. He said filming could start back on June 12, 2020, but another problem popped up for the soap operas. According to a brand new report from the Inquisitr, another uptick in Covid-19 hospitalizations in the Los Angeles County area took place last week.
This set off alarm bells for the Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer. So, she has decided to wait a little longer to approve Los Angeles county to start up filming again.
She wants to make sure that they’re not starting up another breakout. Right now, we’re not sure how much longer they will need to hold off, but until Barbara Ferrer approves Los Angeles county for filming, Young And The Restless and all the other soap operas will not be able to start up filming again. As always, we’ll give you guys any new updates about this issue as they come in.
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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