In the first season finale “Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time,” it’s prom time at Carlton School for the Deaf and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) is excited to ask Wilke (Austin Butler) to be her date, but things don’t go as planned and Travis ends up joining them.
Emmett (Berdy) asks Bay (Marano) to be his guest, but what should be a magical night for the two of them, is at risk of getting ruined with Emmett’s secret haunting him.
“Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time” airs TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 20th @8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside…
In the upcoming episode “Game On,” Daphne (Katie Leclerc) is nervous about the basketball tournament with Carlton vs. Buckner Hall, although she’s excited to represent the deaf community and Carlton and hopes to make them all proud.
Meanwhile, Melody (Marlee Matlin) puts Bay (Marano) in an awkward position when she asks her to testify in Emmett’s (Sean Berdy) custody hearing. Emmett, frustrated by all the drama with his parents divorce, makes a bad decision that could potentially destroy his relationship with Bay.
And Kathyrn (Lea Thompson) meets with a NY book editor, Rya Bellows (Shelley Long), to discuss publishing her biography regarding the switch.
“Game On” premieres Tuesday, March 6th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. More Here! »
In tomorrow’s episode “The Art of Painting,” Daphne (Katie Leclerc) is torn between her two schools and Bay (Marano) is concerned by some of Emmett’s (Sean Berdy) new habits since living with his father.
Regina (Constance Marie) is excited for her first art show, but things go awry when Emmett’s parents get into a heated discussion over how he’s being raised.
“The Art of Painting” airs Tuesday, February 21st @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. More Here! »
Vanessa Marano and Lucas Grabeel hit the carpet at The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Diversity Committee and ABC Family Present Switched at Birth held at the Television Academy Conference Centre on Wednesday evening (February 15) in North Hollywood, Calif.
The on screen brother and sister duo joined their cast mates for a special screening of an open-captioned upcoming episode to members of the media.
Lucas, who plays Toby in the hit series, tweeted that he’s been on a little break from filming.
“Today is my last day of work for this 2nd of 3 parts of Season One of @ABCFsab. Gotta nice little break — it’s time to make some music!” he posted. Can’t wait to hear more stuff from Lucas!
FYI: Vanessa wore a Guess by Marciano dress with YSL heels and a Ted Baker jacket.
The Kennish and Vasquez’ families get together for their first family portrait in this new still from Switched at Birth.
In tomorrow night’s episode “Protect Me From What I Want,” Emmett (Sean Berdy) has a photography project for school and needs to shoot a family portrait, but with his own family in a bit of upheaval, he agrees to shoot the Kennish and Vasquez’s together for their first group photo.
In this week’s episode “Las Dos Fridas,” Kathryn’s (Lea Thompson) mother Bonnie (Baxter) comes for a visit which makes Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Leclerc) question their new roles in the family and where they fit in. While Bonnie can’t get over the physical resemblance between Daphne and Kathryn, Daphne still sees herself as a girl from her old neighborhood and struggles with her new identity.
Meanwhile, Bay and Regina (Constance Marie) grow closer as they try to find out what happened to Angelo (Gilles Marini) and their shared love of art and Toby’s (Lucas Grabeel) new girlfriend Simone (Maiara Walsh) tries to change him, which Bay warns him about.
“Las Dos Fridas” premieres Tuesday, February 7th @8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. More Here! »
The rock musical’s summary: Haunted by bizarre dreams about Goth rocker Trey Sylvania (Seeley), and experiencing a growing lust for blood, Dylan (Grabeel), a not-so-average teenager finds himself transforming into a vampire! It all started when he was bitten by a voracious fanged exchange student, and it’s a process he is desperate to stop – but how?
His demented dentist can’t do anything about Dylan’s aching teeth and emerging fangs, and the anti-bloodsucking pills he gets from his para-psychologist just give him a rash. Dylan is terrified and he doesn’t know what to do – especially about his beautiful girlfriend Sara (Adrian Slade).