‘Young And The Restless’ July 20, 2020 No New Episode. CBS To Re-Air March 26 & 27, 1973 Episodes

‘Young And The Restless’ July 20, 2020 No New Episode. CBS To Re-Air March 26 & 27, 1973 Episodes

Hey,”Young And The Restless” fans. We hope you guys are having a fabulous Friday and that you are destined for a wonderful weekend. We are, of course, back on the scene to let you guys know about the repeat episode of The Young And The Restless that CBS has prepared for you when next week starts up on July 20, 2020.

It turns out that CBS is going to go way, way back for this friggin repeat episode. They are going to re-air the episode that originally made its debut on March 26 and 27, 1973.

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This one featured the first two, 30 minute episodes. In them, the mysterious Brad Elliot showed up on the scene in Genoa City. Shortly after that, the legendary Brooks and Foster families made their arrivals.

CBS’ official description for this Young And The Restless, March 26 and 27, 1973, repeat episodes read like this, “In Young and Restless’ first two 30-minute episodes, First, the mysterious Brad Elliot arrives in Genoa City, followed by the introduction of the legendary Brooks and Foster families.”

If you guys would like to relive these extremely old Brad Elliot, legendary Brooks and Foster family moments, you will certainly want to tune in to CBS this Monday morning, July 20, 2020 to catch this repeat episode of The Young And The Restless.

If you do not want to watch this special 1973, repeat episode of The Young And The Restless, you will definitely want to start making some other plans for this Monday as soon as you can.

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As we previously reported, The Young And The Restless crew is still hard at work to film more new episodes for you guys. Recently, Eric Braeden aka Victor Newman star revealed to his fans on social media that the cast and crew is currently shooting a lot of outdoor scenes to get around the lockdown restrictions of doing indoor stuff. So, they are definitely being troopers in these crazy, pandemic times.

Eric also revealed that all the casts are still testing negative for the Covid-19 virus, and they are sporting masks every chance they get.

If they can keep up this great work, we could see new episodes hit the airwaves before August 2020 is over. Cross your fingers. We’ll let you guys know of any new developments as they arise. So, definitely stay tuned for more Young And The Restless updates.

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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