For Switched at Birth's Regina Vasquez, readjusting to life after rehab will prove to be more than difficult.
"When Regina comes back, there's an adjustment period," Katie LeClerc tells TVGuide.com. "We're used to not being a cohesive family, but it's especially hard on [everyone]."
Returning summer shows: Where we left off
Remember when Annie was a prostitute? Or when Silver used a surrogate to get pregnant with her ex-boyfriend-turned-gay best friend's baby? Well, these are just two of the wild and crazy moments throughout 90210's five-season run.
What began as a show about two siblings moving from Kansas to Beverly Hills, navigating their way through high school cliques, finding friends, having first loves and trivial fights soon morphed into a world that included sex tapes, mental disorders, prostitution, pregnancy and even murder. Yes, if you stopped watching 90210 early on, there's a whole lot of crazy you missed out on.
It's been nearly a year since The Lying Game Season 1 finale, so we don't blame you if you forgot what exactly was going on with Sutton, Emma, Ethan and Co. when you last saw them. Here's a refresher course of where each character left off (prepare to be confused) and a little scoop about where they're headed when the ABC Family series returns on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 9/8c.
Let's be honest: One of the best things about the holiday season is all the yummy desserts.
In the latest video in our Holiday Eats series, Alexandra Chando and Blair Redford, the stars of ABC Family's hit series The Lying Game, joined pastry chef Pichet Ong at his house of confections, Sugar and Plumm. Watch as the three make their own mason jars filled with eggnog pudding, bananas, cookies, rum and more. Whose comes out the best?
The Lying Game has cast its new bad boy.
90210's Ryan Rottman has joined the ABC Family series in a recurring role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He'll play Jordan, a handsome, athletic, confident teen from Beverly Hills who's new in town and has a secret agenda.