‘Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Next Two Weeks: Nick and Billy Team Up Against Shared Enemies

Young and the Restless spoilers for the next two weeks show Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) partner to save those they love. Also, Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and Summer Newman (Hunter King) marry. The upcoming two weeks seem to be quite full of drama on CBS’ Y&R.

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Monday, March 11 – Billy Abbott Ices Phyllis Abbott

On Monday’s Y&R, Billy Abbott and Phyllis Abbott (Gina Tognoni) have quite a tense exchange. It appears things escalate during the JT Hellstrom (Thad Luckinbill) murder trial. After Phyllis betrayed Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle), Billy Abbott is done. Plus, Billy and Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) work to take back Jabot.

Meanwhile, Summer Newman plans her next move on Young and the Restless. It appears she’s winning in her quest to get Kyle Abbott all to herself, especially as they end up marrying later this week. Plus, Kerry Johnson (Alice Hunter) sends a cryptic message, and it appears she’s working against Jack and Phyllis but with whom?

Y&R Spoilers: Tuesday, March 12 – Abby Newman Suspicious

Tuesday on Young and the Restless, Abby Newman (Melissa Ordway) grows suspicious. It could be about Summer Newman’s motives. Or, this could be about the attack on Lola Rosales (Sasha Calle). Elsewhere, Victoria goes head to head with Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) over confessing to Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso).

Meanwhile, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) issues a promise to his daughter and wife who may end up behind bars for their role in JT’s murder. He will keep them safe at all costs. Also, Jack attempts to cement an alliance as he works to take over Jabot.

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Wednesday, March 13 – Verdict in JT Murder Trial Revealed

On Wednesday’s Y&R, the verdict is in. After a brutal trial, the cover-up gang finally learn their fate. Will the three of them head off to prison? Spoilers reveal that the Newmans are surprised by the result and it’s Victor Newman that saves the day. Nick Newman has been worried and now gets some relief.

Elsewhere, it appears Kerry continues to scheme. It’s not yet known who she’s working for, but it appears she’s going against Jack and Phyllis. Who is this mysterious person she’s working with? It could be the other Abbott sibling on Young and the Restless.

Y&R Spoilers: Thursday, March 14 – Billy Abbott Lashes Out at Phyllis Again

Thursday on Young and the Restless, Victor gets stunning news. This might have something to do with the shocking verdict. Meanwhile, Billy Abbott gives Phyllis a reality check. Billy and Phyllis go head to head yet again as Billy focuses on kicking Phyllis out at Jabot.

Young and the Restless: Friday, March 15 – Kyle Abbott Late to Wedding

At the end of the week, Summer and Kyle finally get hitched on Y&R. It looks like Summer is getting exactly what she wants, regardless of what people like Abby think. Jack Abbott tries to get Kyle to reconsider and the young man has very cold feet about things so runs late to the ceremony.

Elsewhere on Young and the Restless, Ana Hamilton (Loren Lott) finds common ground with Devon Hamilton (Bryton James). The two haven’t always seen eye to eye since Ana began to work for him. But she continues to keep secrets.

Y&R: Nick Newman and Billy Abbott Team Up – Lola Gets a Shock

In the upcoming two weeks, Nick Newman and former rival Billy Abbott partner on Young and the Restless. This may come as a shock to longtime viewers. But shared enemies bring common interests and both hate Phyllis right now. To make things worse, her other ex Jack is also working with them. She’d better watch her back.

Week after next on Y&R also has Kyle telling Lola the truth about her surgery and that marrying Summer Newman was the cost to save her life. So, it appears Kyle and Lola are over for now, there’s no telling what the future holds. Watch daytime on CBS for more.

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Julia Mehalko

I grew up watching soap opera after soap opera with my mother -- and the habit has yet to disappear. Now, in between my daily daytime drama addiction, I also get to write about it.