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No. 1 soap is 40 years young, and restless as ever

From left, Lamon Archey, Robert Adamson, Max Ehrich, Redaric Williams and Hunter King, are among the new faces on “The Young and the Restless,” which marked 40 years on CBS on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Invision)
From left, Lamon Archey, Robert Adamson, Max Ehrich, Redaric Williams and Hunter King, are among the new faces on “The Young and the Restless,” which marked 40 years on CBS on Tuesday. (Chris Pizzello/Invision)
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LOS ANGELES — Love, loss, breakups, makeups, murder, mayhem, backstabbing, social climbing. Forget about a lifetime, that’s just an afternoon on “The Young and the Restless.” The CBS show, daytime’s top-rated soap since December 1988, hit the big 4-0 on Tuesday. No one from its debut on March 26, 1973 — when it was just 30 minutes long — remains with the show, but Jeanne Cooper arrived six months later and is the longest-tenured cast ...

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