New "Y&R" head writer Josh Griffith has made an important decision to right a wrong that was done by his predecessor. When Mal Young took over, he stated he was going to take the show in a new direction, and fired 40-year veteran and fan favorite Doug Davidson. Young then brought in the Rosales family and had them front and center with longtime Genoa City characters. Viewers were outraged and called for the executive producer to be removed from his position and the powers that be obliged. Josh Griffin has heard the cry of those who faithfully watch the CBS daytime drama and now Paul Williams will be seen again on screen.

Paul returns to Genoa City just in time

Celeb Dirty Laundry reveals that Eric Braeden has confirmed that his castmate Doug Davidson will return to "The Young and the Restless." Braeden has been vocal on social media about his anger over Mal Young's decision to no longer utilize Paul Williams. The actor who portrays Victor Newman tweeted often that Young was changing history and not utilizing long tie characters. He predicted that Davidson would return once the then head writer was gone, and he was correct.

Paul will return to Genoa City just in time for the truth about J.T. Helstrom to be revealed. The beloved character was last seen in his office at the end of 2018. He was not mentioned again, and his position was not given to another.

There was a scene where Rey Rosales was sitting in the police chief; chair and fans were outraged that Mal Young showed such disregard or this soap veteran o 40 years.

Viewers will be happy to see Doug Davidson back on "Y&R"

Soap Dirt confirmed that the new "Y&R" head writer is giving viewers what they want by bringing Doug Davidson back to Genoa City.

When the actor announced that his contract was not renewed and he had taped his last scenes, loyal fans began calling for Mal Young to be fired and he was. Ratings for the show began slipping but now Josh Griffith has given new hope that things will turn around.

Now that Mal Young's reign of terror is over, excited viewers will tune in to see if the new head writer can return the daytime drama to its glory days and restore characters back to what fans want to see.

Stay tuned to "The Young and the Restless" weekday afternoons at 12:30 PM on CBS to find out how Paul will be integrated into the current storylines. Welcome back Doug Davidson and ay you enjoy many more years in Genoa City. Thank you, Josh Griffith, for caring about the fans and the history of the show.