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'The Young and the Restless' FANtastic February Preview

Life in Genoa City is about to be turned upside down as shocking drama unfolds throughout the month of February. In the action-packed episodes beginning Friday, February 13, life for the Winters’ family spirals out of control when they take a trip to Chicago in the midst of a winter storm and their plane goes down. In addition, Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) learns of his son Devon Hamilton's (Bryton James) affair with his wife Hilary Curtis (Mishael Morgan); Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) clashes with her husband Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) as she puts the bottle before her marriage and family; and bad boy Adam Newman (Justin Hartley) inches closer to winning back his wife Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) under his new identity, Gabriel Bingham. And that’s just the beginning...

Watch a sneak peek below:

You will have multiple opportunities to interact with cast members via social media during FAN-tastic February! Participants include:

Feb. 13 – LIVE TWEET with Bryton James (@BrytonEJames) and Mishael Morgan(@MishaelMorgan1) at 12:30 p.m. ET

Feb. 17 – LIVE TWEET with Scott Elrod (Scott_Elrod) and Cady McClain (@CadyMcClain) at 12:30 p.m. ET

Feb. 18 – FACEBOOK chat with Daniel Goddard(@DanielGoddard) and Christel Khalil (@ChristelAdnana) at 12:30 p.m. ET

Feb. 19 – LIVE TWEET with Eric Braeden (@EBraeden) at 12:30 p.m. ET

Feb. 20 – LIVE TWEET with Camryn Grimes (@camryngrimes), Hunter King (@Hunterhaleyking), & Melissa Ordway (@melissaordway) at 12:30 p.m. ET

* Watch the Victoria Rowell lawsuit press conference on a new episode of 'Serial Scoop Now'


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