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Spoilers for the Week of April 16, 2018

04/19/2018 04:18 pm

In the latest’s Young and the Restless spoilers, posted on Fridays, things may change in the case against Jack as Victor tries to send Nick a message about JT, and later Jack receives news from Christine. Meanwhile, Devon and Simone are surprised when Hilary passes out in the Athletic Club dining room! Be sure to check back to this page daily for fun tidbits and scoop from the Canadian day-ahead episodes of Y&R.

The newest Y&R blog talks Sharon’s girls’ night, which is one that will never be forgotten.

Try your hand at’s Y&R trivia which was created to celebrate 45 years of the show. Share it with your friends on social media.

Young and Restless spoilers for the week of April 16:

Next week on Y&R, Nick won’t rest until JT is found, and Paul searches Victoria’s house.

In this week’s Spoiler Digest, poisonous relationships and secret pacts, we have spoilers for all four soaps including Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and Young and the Restless.

Monday April 16:

In today’s Y&R recap, Nick learns JT attacked Victor, and the women at Victoria’s house realize JT’s dead.

Monday on Y&R, Victor reacts to JT’s name, Jack gets news, and Victoria is stopped by the police.

The women at Sharon’s girls’ night party make a secret pact.

Victor works to send a message about JT.

Paul questions Christine’s case. readers have spoken and all votes have been tallied. Read your 12th Annual Sudzies Award winners, based off the Daytime Emmy nominations, to see which soap opera actors and shows the fans of daytime voted for. Thank you for participating in another fun year, and we look forward to delivering all of your Daytime Emmy coverage on Sunday April 29.

Tuesday April 17:

In today’s Y&R recap, JT’s buried in Chancellor Park while Jack gets good news…and bad news.

A secret gets buried.

Hilary wants to get back together with Devon.

Neil comes back to Genoa City after an extended absence helping to care for his son, Moses, as Kristoff St. John returns to Y&R.

Photos and videos of the Daytime Emmys Lead Actress nominees celebrating their honors and having some fun and laughs at the Leading Ladies Luncheon. Eileen Davidson (Ashley) took to social media to give fans a glimpse inside the annual get-together at a well-known California restaurant. took part in the SAG-AFTRA celebration of Y&R’s 45th year anniversary. You’ll find Y&R star interviews with photos, on their characters, fan moments, first day on-set moments, and how they got their SAG cards.

Wednesday April 18:

In today’s Y&R recap, Jack saves Jabot from Kyle just in the nick of time, while Phyllis helps Victoria, and Sharon helps Nikki.

Jack learns his fate.

Paul looks for JT.

Ashley gets ready to fight.

See photos from Kelly Kruger’s TV guest role as she tapes scenes for Freeform’s The Bold Type.

Play soap trivia! Do you know when the first soaps broadcast on the radio? Who was Y&R’s Nikki Reed first married to in the 1970s? Test your soap knowledge with’s Soaps History Trivia game, which includes fun details from past soaps as well.

Thursday April 19:

Nick’s determined to protect his sister.

Nikki makes a bold move.

Devon is challenged by Neil.

Can’t miss TV! Obba Babatunde plays Shemar Moore’s father on a new episode of CBS’ S.W.A.T. entitled, Patrol.

Friday April 20:

In the latest Y&R recap, Jack vows to destroy Victor if he comes after Kyle, and Sharon is shocked when Nick wants to meet in Chancellor Park.

Jack squares off with Victor.

Phyllis warns Sharon.

Kyle takes a risk.

Coming up on Y&R.

Reed wants answers from Victoria.

Nick becomes privy to a secret.

Hilary’s world is rocked.

Victor takes matters into his own hands.

Take a look at the adorable Soaps stars’ National Pet Day photos shared on social media in honor of their beloved furry friends, including shots from Y&R’s Camryn Grimes and Tracey Bregman.

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– Candace Young


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