‘Switched At Birth’ wraps up its spring season tonight, and star Vanessa Marano tells us that Bay is on a mission to get the dirt on Emmett’s new girlfriend. Keep reading for more EXCLUSIVE details straight from Vanessa.
Vanessa Marano (Bay) opened up to HollywoodLife.com, spilling the scoop on tonight’s March 24 Switched At Birth midseason ender, and it sounds like Bay’s got her hands full uncovering the truth behind Emmett’s new lady. Plus, Daphne is bombarded with trouble at the clinic. Prepare yourself for cliffhangers!
Bay Searches For The Truth Behind Emmet’s New Girlfriend
“The fans will be very satisfied because we answer a lot,” says Vanessa Marano. And she’s not kidding! Tonight’s March 24 Season 3 midseason finale (8/7c, ABC Family) explores so many questions, mainly the mystery behind Emmett’s suspicious, new girlfriend whom he met online.
“Bay is going to really try to find what is happening with Emmett’s girlfriend — what the real story behind that is,” Vanessa says of Bay’s concerns for her ex-boyfriend. And we all know she still has feelings for him.
Vanessa Marano Teases Daphne’s Troubles In ‘Switched At Birth’ Spring Finale
Bay isn’t the only one who’s dealing with her fair share of high school drama and relationship woes. Daphne (Katie Leclerc) is also faced with an unexpected problem when an unexpected visitor shows up. “Daphne will be running into someone from the past that is going to make her question if she should really keep up with volunteering at the clinic,” Vanessa tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
There’s also another dose of potential disaster impending with Regina (Constance Marie), Vanessa tells us. “Regina is going to also do something that might get people surprised, as well.”
Sounds like all the ladies have their hands full, which should result in a super juicy episode. But like any finale, we’ll be sure to be left with some cliffhangers.
“It is a great mix of answers and questions that any good finale should really have!” says Vanessa. “I am excited for people to experience it.”
We are, too! But are you, HollywoodLifers? Let us know if you’ll be tuning into tonight’s Switched At Birth spring finale.
— Reporting by Russ Weakland, Written by Elizabeth Wagmeister