Switched at Birth's Daphne and Bay have had to learn to grow together, but in the final part of Season 1, they'll be breaking away.
"This cycle we really push each of the girls," executive producer Lizzy Weiss tells TVguide.com. "There's a big arc... for each of them about growing up, breaking away and pushing boundaries."
Exclusive: Lost alum to recur on Switched as Birth
Switched at Birth's Bay (Vanessa Marano) is getting a new BFF and she won't exactly be a family favorite.
Lost alum Tania Raymonde has been cast on the ABC Family series, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. She'll play a street artist named Zarra, who begins her arc in the second episode.
ABC Family orders more Bunheads, renews Switched
ABC Family's hit drama Switched at Birth ends its spring season tonight (8/7c), as Daphne (Katie Leclerc) and Bay (Vanessa Marano) head to the prom — but things don't work out as planned. Lizzy Weiss is the creator and executive producer of Switched at Birth, which revolves around the complications that erupt when two different families discover that their babies — now teenagers — were mixed up at birth. Weiss, whose credits also include Blue Crush and Cashmere Mafia took time to answer TV Guide Magazine's showrunner survey and make a case for why you should switch on Switched at Birth.
Meredith Baxter will guest-star on ABC Family's Switched at Birth, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Baxter will play Bonnie Tamblyn Dixon, the mother to Lea Thompson's character Kathryn and biological grandmother to Daphne (Katie LeClerc). Sparks fly and tension arrisses when she arrives for a family visit.
ABC Family sets return dates for Pretty Little Liars, Lying Game and more
Zoey Deutch has joined the cast of CW's thriller Ringer, replacing Caitlin Custer in the role of wild child Juliet, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Deutch, the daughter of actress Lea Thompson, previously appeared on the Disney Channel's The Suite Life on Deck and was cast in ABC's Hallelujah pilot from Desperate Housewives' Marc Cherry last year.
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