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'The Young and the Restless' hits ratings high

(L-R): Thad Luckinbill (J.T.) and Amelia Heinle (Victoria)
Photo: CBS
Score one for Genoa City! CBS's Emmy-winning drama series, "The Young and the Restless" receieved a record high in ratings for the week ending Janaury 19. The soap attracted 4.84 million viewers which marks its largest weekly audience in a year. 

During that week, Cane worked to get back with Lily, Hilary considered having a baby, Ashley took on more than she could handle, Mariah discovered that Tessa stole her lyrics to write a song and Victor found out the hard way that J.T. and Victoria were back together. 

The show recently celebrated 29 consecutive years as daytime’s #1 drama. The daytime series, currently in its 44th season, first became the top soap during the week of December 26, 1988.

"The Young and the Restless" airs weekdays on CBS. 

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