Switched at Birth creator and executive producer Lizzy Weiss calls Bay and Emmett the modern day Romeo and Juliet.
When the ABC Family series left off, switched-at-birth teens Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Katie LeClerc) were in conflict after Emmett (Sean Berdy) chose to be with Bay over his best friend. But the new relationship has a lot more to overcome than feuding friends. Emmett as well as Daphne are both hearing impaired.
ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars and Switched at Birth lead the second wave of Teen Choice Awards nominations with five nods each.
The two will go head to head in the Choice Summer TV Show category, and compete against Keeping Up with the Kardashians, So You Think You Can Dance and Teen Wolf. Liars' Troian Bellisario and Lucy Hale (who won last year) are also up for Choice Summer TV Star: Female along with Switched at Birth's Vanessa Marano, Teen Wolf's Crystal Reed and State of Georgia's Raven-Symoné.
ABC Family's new series Switched at Birth has so far focused mostly on the struggles of its main characters, Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne(Katie Leclerc), as they adapt after their mistaken identities were discovered. But last week's episode revealed that Bay's brother, Toby (Lucas Grabeel), has a serious struggle of his own: his problem with gambling.
"It snowballs and continues to accumulate, and I get into some pretty deep trouble," Grabeel tells TVGuide.com.
Ashley Tisdale may have moved on from her High School Musical days, but wanted to return for Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure to give her famous character a proper send-off.
"The fact that I'm here today is because of the fans of High School Musical and the fans of that character, and I felt like I owed it to them to have a really good ending for her," she tells TVGuide.com.
Sharpay was quite the mean girl in the first two films of the Disney franchise. In the final movie, after getting rejected from Julliard, she decides to remain in New Mexico and help her teacher, Ms. Darbus, run the drama department.
It took 10 years for Smallville's Clark Kent (Tom Welling) to finally become Superman — but it took a run-in with one of his greatest foes to get there.
The series finale opened on an intriguing flashforward into the future, as...