The Young and the Restless’ Newman Week

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The Young and the Restless will take a look back at some of its most classic episodes featuring the Newman family beginning Friday, July 24 in Canada (on Global) and Monday, July 27 in the U.S. (on CBS).

Episodes include Victor finding out he’s Abby’s father, Cassie’s tragic death, as well as Victor reuniting with his estranged father.

Friday (July 24)

Victor (Eric Braeden) schools Nick (Joshua Morrow) on the importance of the Newman legacy. Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) is concerned by Victoria’s (then Heather Tom) independence. Meanwhile, Dru (Victoria Rowell) talks to Olivia (Tonya Lee Williams) about a medical issue. Original airdate: August 30, 1994.

Monday (July 27)

Nikki and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) struggle with the secret about who Abby’s (then Darcy Rose Byrnes) father really is as Victor’s world is rocked. Kevin (Greg Rikaart) comes clean with Lauren (Tracey E. Bregman). Original airdate: April 2, 2004.

Tuesday (July 28)

The Newman family is devastated by Cassie’s (Camryn Grimes) death. Malcolm (Shemar Moore) worries about Lily’s (Christel Khalil) relationship with Daniel (Michael Graziadei). Original airdate: May 24, 2005.

Wednesday (July 29)

Victoria (now Amelia Heinle) and J.T. (Thad Luckinbill) prepare for their wedding day while Victor and Nick have a ceasefire. Jack (Peter Bergman) plots against Gloria (Judith Chapman). Original airdate: February 2, 2008.

Thursday (July 30)

Victor reunites with his estranged father, Albert Miller (George Kennedy). Sharon (Sharon Case) hides from Cameron Kirsten (Linden Ashby), while Nikki goes all out to protect the Newman family. Original airdate: November 21, 2003.

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The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on Global and CBS. Canadians can catch up with episodes on demand, the Global Go app, and at GlobalTV.com.

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