The ‘Switched At Birth’ series finale was full of heartwarming moments and lots of tears. The show may be over, but could it come back in the form of a revival? HollywoodLife.com talked EXCLUSIVELY with Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc about the possibility!
Congrats are in order for a certain ‘Switched at Birth’ star. Katie Leclerc, who plays Daphne on the hit show, wed her fiance Brian Habecost on Sept. 6. Take a look at her gorgeous wedding dress!
Katie Leclerc, 27, has said “I do!” Surrounded by close friends and family, the Switched at Birth actress married Brian Habecost in a lovely ceremony. We’re so happy for the bride and groom!
Guess who’s back? Toby! The world-traveler finally returns to his family, after his impromptu soul-searching trip, following his failed marriage to Nikki. Everyone is beyond happy to see him home again, but poor Bay is dealing with some of her own bad news. Click to WATCH a sneak peek!
Toby (Lucas Grabeel) is finally back from Iceland on the July 7 episode of Switched At Birth. Meanwhile, Angelo (Gilles Marini) helps Daphne (Katie Leclerc) with SAT prep and finds a way to help her to stop stressing over senior year. Unfortunately, Bay is a major stress case when she receives unexpected news.
Plus, Katie previews Daphne’s ‘bad road’ ahead.
Switched At Birth is about to go where no show about baby-swapping has gone before! The July 8 episode presents a ‘what if’ scenario, in which we see how different the girls’ lives would be if Regina (Constance Marie) had come clean about the switch when she first found out. With a cochlear implant and a sassy new attitude, Daphne is the most drastically different character in this alternate reality, and Katie Leclerc told HollywoodLife.com all about the shocking new side to her character.
Watch our for interviews with Katie Leclerc & Vanessa Marano for major season two spoilers!
Switched at Birth ended its first season with a huge baby bombshell — Angelo (Gilles Marini) may have fathered another child — and now it’s time to get some answers. The second season kicks off at 8 p.m. tonight on ABC Family, and the stars tells HollywoodLife.com to expect fireworks, especially when it comes to Angelo’s little surprise.
HollywoodLife.com got an early look at tonight’s ‘Switched At Birth’ season finale & we’ve got a few secrets to share.
The seemingly never-ending first season of ABC Family’s Switched At Birth — seriously, 40 episodes! — comes to a close Oct. 22, and the only thing more intense than the characters’ on-screen meltdowns will be the viewers’ meltdowns watching from home. The season finale is that crazy.
‘Switched At Birth’ star Katie Leclerc gives HollywoodLife.com a taste of the drama to come in Daphne’s life. (Hint: It involves cute guys — and knives.)
Switched At Birth‘s seemingly never-ending first season continues Sept. 3 on ABC Family, and things are about to get crazy hot — in the kitchen, of course. HollywoodLife.com chatted with star Katie Leclerc about the new batch of episodes, and she gave us all the scoop on Daphne’s crush-worthy boss, the shady new guy in Bay’s (Vanessa Marano) life, and so much more.
Are you Team Bay or Team Daphne? Who do YOU think Emmett should be with?
Tensions between the Kenish and Vasquez families were still running high on the Jan. 3 winter premiere of ABC Family’s Switched At Birth — and it seemed like all of their feuds could be traced back to everyone’s favorite deadbeat dad, Angelo (Gilles Marini)!