Spoiler alerts for "The Young and the Restless" tease that Victor will have the final say in the ultimate outcome of the murder trial. Whatever he uncovers will turn the proceedings upside down. Since Thad Luckinbill has been spotted on the set, I am assuming that J.T. is headed back to Genoa City. It's possible that the Newman patriarch may be the one to bring Mr. Helstrom back to town and to swift justice. Nick and Billy are already discussing the possibility that Victoria's former spouse did not die the night Nikki hit him with the poker.

Victor may save the cover-up crew

Celeb Dirty Laundry indicates that the jury will bring back a guilty verdict for Nikki, Sharon, and Victoria. This will cause Victor, Nick, and Billy to become aggressive in their attempts to help the women they love. CDL teases that the Newman patriarch is going to make a move that changes the verdict and that it possibly may be producing a very much alive J.T. Helstrom. Soap Dirt reports that all of Genoa City will be stunned by Victor's move, so with Thad Luckinbill taping scenes again, it's almost certain that his character will be found alive and well.

If J.T. is still among the living, it will not immediately absolve the cover-up crew of all their actions.

In the long run, Victor will have saved the day for his wife, daughter, and former daughter-in-law. Soap Dirt revealed that Nikki and Victoria will be angry at Sharon because she trusted Rey and put them all in jeopardy. Nick, however, will stick by the mother of his children.

Victor will stun all of Genoa City

The return of J.T.

Helstrom will certainly bring shock to all of Genoa City and overturn a guilty verdict related to his murder. The cover-up crew, however, has several other charges against them that might just stick. Even so, Victor producing his former son-in-law, alive and well, will indeed change things in favor of his loved ones. Earlier spoilers have reported that Kerry may be working with Mr.

Helstrom and this may be why she will soon leave town. If true, this would be another bombshell for Phyllis, Jack, and everyone involved.

Some good episodes are coming up this week on "The Young and the Restless." The Newmans and Abbotts will be dealing with a lot and Victor, Nick Billy, and Jack will all take matters into their own hands. Doug Davidson, who portrays Paul, will return on March 25, so stay tuned. Be on the lookout for updated spoilers and keep watching, weekday afternoons on CBS, at 12:30 PM ET.