“The Young and the Restless” seems to be planning a busy fall for fans. Recently it was announced that both Michael Fairman and Tricia Cast would be returning to help celebrate the one-year anniversary of Jeanne Cooper's passing. The news is welcomed greatly after the year the show has had with actors departing and moving to other soaps. According to a July 23 report from Soap Opera Digest, Shemar Moore will be headed back to Genoa City as Malcolm. The stint will only last two days, but fans are excited.
Shemar Moore originated the role of Malcolm on “The Young and the Restless” in 1994. In 2005, Moore left the show to pursue other endeavors. The role was recast from 2009 to 2011. There are still ties to Genoa City, which is why Malcolm is headed back. Something will happen with Kristoff St. John's character, Neil. Malcolm and Neil are brothers, so fans are speculating a death in the family may be the reason the two reunite.
“Criminal Minds” has been where Shemar Moore spends most of his time. It isn't his only endeavor, but he has garnered a huge fan base from the show. Moore tweets a lot but has yet to comment on his return to “The Young and the Restless.” Fans are holding on for the announcement to come from Moore, even though CBS has confirmed his upcoming appearance on the daytime soap.
Right now things are looking up for fans of “The Young and the Restless.” Several shake-ups and scandals this year have put a lot of bad press on the show. With the Katherine Chancellor memorial airing at the end of August and Shemar returning for two days in mid-September, there is a lot to look forward to. This fall is going to be good for fans and residents of Genoa City.