‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers: Adam Newman’s Return and Christian’s Paternity Reveal Joins Nick and Sharon

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Adam Newman's Return and Christian's Paternity Reveal Joins Nick and Sharon

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers tease that Adam Newman’s expected return will shake up Genoa City and have a profound affect on key Y&R characters’ lives. Sharon (Sharon Case) has once again turned her life into a total train wreck. Sharon kept Nick’s (Joshua Morrow) son from him for a nearly a year. She also lied to Dylan (Steve Burton) for a good chunk of that time.

To make matters worse, Sharon dragged Mariah (Camryn Grimes) into this mess. The Young and the Restless spoilers tell us that Mariah may hold a grudge when she starts facing consequences. Paul (Doug Davidson) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) aren’t going to be happy either. In fact, the whole town will probably hate Sharon’s guts once GC Buzz spreads the news.

Of course, this is to be expected. The Young and the Restless fans knew Sharon wouldn’t get off scot-free. Whenever a Y&R character makes a huge mistake, he or she must pay the price. That’s just how it works in the soap world. If Sharon is going to rise above all of this, she’ll have to climb out of the hole she’s dug for herself.

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Adam Newman's Return and Christian's Paternity Reveal Joins Nick and Sharon

First, Sharon and Dylan will have to deal with the blow of losing Sully. Since we know Dylan is leaving The Young and the Restless soon, we can assume their marriage won’t survive. Sharon could sink into a deep depression. No would blame her for that.

A lot of this chaos is Sharon’s fault, but that doesn’t make the pain any easier to bear. After Christian has been reclaimed and Dylan is long gone, what’s next for Sharon? Things could get pretty interesting for this character.

The Young and the Restless spoilers consider a possible scenario. Nick will undoubtedly lean on Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) as he adjusts to his new normal. He’ll suddenly have his son again and that should bring him great joy. However, Nick will still have to cope with Sharon’s betrayal.

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Adam Newman's Return and Christian's Paternity Reveal Joins Nick and Sharon

Meanwhile, Chelsea will be keeping a secret of her own that she shares with Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). Christian is actually Adam Newman’s (last played by Justin Hartley) baby, but Victor will maintain that they should keep that quiet. Adam wanted Nick to raise Christian anyway. It seems Chelsea will stick to the plan for the time being.

What happens when Adam inevitably returns in the form of a recast or a brief visit from Justin Hartley? He’s probably going to pop up sooner or later and February Sweeps is time The Young and the Restless spoilers say this will occur.

The Young and the Restless loves to bring characters back from the dead. If Nick and Adam end up in a war for Chelsea’s heart, you can bet that Adam will play the Christian card.

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Adam Newman's Return and Christian's Paternity Reveal Joins Nick and Sharon

Even if he simply does it out of spite, Adam would be more than willing to claim his son. Chelsea would obviously choose Adam in the end. She always does! His ruthless moves don’t matter. After Adam gets custody, Nick could realize how tough it is to lose a child you thought belonged to you.

That brings us back to… you guessed it: Sharon. Nick and Sharon could bond over their similar experiences. Once Nick understands Sharon’s point of view, love could bloom for “Shick” again. Many Young and the Restless viewers would like to see this classic couple reunite.

Adam could even have a change of heart and let Nick raise Christian with Sharon. It might be a nice way to wrap up this storyline. No matter what lies ahead, we’ll give you updates on the details.

Stay tuned to Y&R and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news.

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