Will Ty’s return crush any hope for a Bay-Emmett reunion? Vanessa gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop!
Switched At Birth returns with all-new episodes June 10, and if there’s one word to describe Bay’s upcoming relationship drama, it would definitely be “Love Is A Battlefield.” Ty (Blair Redford) returns from the Army, and while Bay is happy to see him, Vanessa Marano tells HollywoodLife.com to expect major “complications.”
Plus: One twin hits the sheets with the guy she loves, while a marriage continues to fall apart.
With Laurel (Allie Gonino) finally in on the big secret, Emma (Alexandra Chando) and the boys plotted to expose Sutton and Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) on the Feb. 12 episode of The Lying Game. Their plan went down at the flip-side formal, and just to make things extra complicated, Ethan (Blair Redford) took Emma as his date instead of Sutton! Let the madness begin.
Plus, a major twist in Alec’s murder investigation leaves everyone scared for the future.
After a night of uninhibited passion, Ethan (Blair Redford) told Sutton (Alexandra Chando) those magical words every girl dreams of hearing from the guy she loves: “Sorry, this was a mistake. It’ll never happen again.” Oh, Ethan — you’re such a romantic! Of course, this is The Lying Game we’re talking about, so there were plenty more awkward moments to come.
Plus, is Alec really innocent after all? This is madness.
The twins’ love lives got even more complicated on the Jan. 15 episode of The Lying Game, as Emma (Alexandra Chando) gave Sutton her blessing to pursue Ethan (Blair Redford). Like she really needed it. Meanwhile, Emma finally gave into her feelings for Thayer (Christian Alexander), which sent Ethan into a jealous/drunken stupor — and straight into Sutton’s bed.
In its first season, ABC Family’s twisty drama gradually evolved into one of my favorite guilt-free pleasures — and this can’t be the end!
Call me a sucker for a soapy twist ending, but I’m still reeling from last night’s season finale of The Lying Game. Just when I thought I’d figured out what was going to happen, along came Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) to remind me that nothing is ever as it seems in Phoenix. And for their standout performances, I bestow both ladies with an Andy Award, which is like an Emmy Award — only more prestigious.
Excuse me while I try to wrap my head around the finale’s epic twists.
If you thought Derek’s killer was going to be the big reveal of The Lying Game‘s season finale — as I did — you were sorely mistaken. Though that discovery was shocking (and I’ll get to that), it was the March 5 episode’s final scene between Sutton (Alexandra Chando) and Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) that caused my jaw to hit the floor hard. Actually, it’s still on the floor, which is making it very difficult for me to type this recap.
But will Sutton & Thayer be able to stop the wedding in time? Only one more week till the epic finale!
Rebecca (Charisma Capenter) has spent the past few weeks manipulating the fair people of Phoenix, and on the Feb. 27 episode of The Lying Game, she finally got the ultimate prize: a ring from Alec (Adrian Pasdar)! But is he really the guy she has her heart set on?
Plus, do you think Alec really killed Derek? The proof is in the texts.
With Ethan (Blair Redford) behind bars and a killer on the loose, tensions were running high on the Feb. 20 episode of The Lying Game — and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) decided to use the chaos as an opportunity to screw with Emma.
Has Emma completely lost her mind? We all knew it was bound to happen eventually.
Emma and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) switched places — again — on the Feb. 6 episode of The Lying Game, leading to a whole lot of confusion. And even more revelations. For starters, Mads (Alice Greczyn) found out that Sutton hit on Ryan (Misha Crosby) at the black-and-white ball, which led Emma to reveal the truth: She’s not Sutton! Dun, dun, dun!
Plus, Rebecca reveals her craziest side yet! I hope she never leaves Phoenix.
The Jan. 30 episode of The Lying Game reminded me exactly why I love this show so much: It keeps us guessing week-to-week, but unlike its fellow ABC Family dramas about untrustworthy teenagers, it actually gives us answers. Not only did we learn the identity of the mysterious “snake” man, but we also discovered something unspeakable — there’s a second murderer in town!
Is the big mystery really over, or is this just another lie? Either way, Rebecca terrifies me now.
If there’s one thing you should take away from the Jan. 23 episode of The Lying Game, it’s that Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) is not to be trifled with. But since we didn’t discover why until the very end of the episode, let’s hash out some of the other lessons we learned this week.
Justin ‘Crazy Eyes’ Miller finally came clean on the Jan. 16 episode of ‘The Lying Game!’ And his secret is as crazy as his eyes.
I didn’t think it was possible, but somehow everyone’s lives have gotten even more complicated now that Sutton (Alexandra Chando) is back in Phoenix, and I’ve got a feeling the mayhem she caused on the Jan. 16 episode of The Lying Game was merely a taste of what’s to come. Not only is Emma’s place in the Mercer family now jeopardized, but so is her relationship with Ethan (Blair Redford), as well as Sutton’s relationship with Thayer (Christian Alexander.) Oh, and she has no idea who wrote that terrifying letter.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you haven’t watched the Jan. 9 episode of ‘The Lying Game!’
If there’s one thing no one can deny about Sutton Mercer (Alexandra Chando) it’s that the girl knows how to make an entrance. After months of wondering whether or not The Lying Game‘s evil twin was dead at the bottom of a lake, fans got their answer when Sutton emerged on the show’s Jan. 9 episode — and she was understandably pissed.
Emma & Ethan’s relationship was tested as more secrets emerged on the Jan. 2 winter premiere.
Picking up immediately where the summer finale left off, the Jan. 2 winter premiere of The Lying Game set the stage for a dramatic — and ridiculously confusing — second half of the season. For starters, Emma’s (Alexandra Chando) mystery party crasher turned out not to be the Annie Hobbs we were all expecting, but rather Annie “Rebecca” Sewell (Charisma Carpenter), who also happens to be Char’s (Kirsten Prout) aunt.
Watch our exclusive video interview with Alexandra Chando & Blair Redford!
There are going to be a few new faces in Phoenix when The Lying Game returns Jan. 2, but the one we’re most looking forward to is Charisma Carpenter as Char’s (Kirsten Prout) estranged aunt Ann! HollywoodLife.com caught up with Alexandra Chando and Blair Redford at ABC Family’s Winter Wonderland event Dec. 4 in NYC for the scoop on what Charisma will bring to the show, as well as what viewers can expect from Ethan and Emma’s rocky relationship.