It is almost April Fool's Day and everyone is already starting to share fake stories. The website Soap Hub might have taken it too far, though. The fans were really shocked to hear that their favorite shows "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" were both canceled. The thing is this is not true at all and it was just an April Fool's Day joke that some people think they took too far.

Are these shows still around?

Soap Hub shared saying that both of these shows were canceled and that it was effective immediately. They made it sound like the shows wouldn't even air again and were just done.

When Soaps get canceled, they end up giving fans a bit of notice and don't do it right away. They even said that this left the stars of the show in tears. You have to read their entire article to realize that they are simply making something up for April Fool's Day.

After the entire post, then it said "And, by the way - Happy April Fool’s day (It’s April 1st somewhere, right?)." They actually posted this several hours before April Fool's Day, so they got a lot of people with their joke. Everyone was expecting to see stuff like this tomorrow, but not today so they fell for it. The fans are going off in the comments. Some are saying that they fell for it and others are not very happy about what they posted.

Remember, that you will want to be really careful about everything you read for the next few days. Some sites will make up jokes like this and try to confuse the fans. Luckily, "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" are not canceled and these shows aren't going anywhere, at least for now. The fans are really happy to hear that this show isn't going anywhere at all.

So many people watch these soap operas every single day and would be really sad to lose them.

Are you shocked that Soap Hub took it so far and shared that "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" were canceled? Did you feel for their trick? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts.