“Until hearing people walk a day in our shoes, they will never understand,” says a guidance counselor at a high school for deaf students in “Switched at Birth.”
Posts Tagged Vanessa Marano
ABC Family’s hit series “Switched at Birth” returns Monday, September 3 (8/7c). The show that has inspired countless adults to tell their friends, “I swear it’s not just for teenagers…. More
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Wow. What’s next for”Switched At Birth’s” Angelo (Gilles Marini)– tying a woman to the railroad tracks? After discovering… More
Vanessa Marano plays Bay, the artsy, rebellious rich girl on “Switched at Birth.” Between her complicated relationship with Daphne (Katie LeClerc), the teen that was raised by her biological parents thanks to a hospital mix up, her deaf boyfriend Emmett (Sean Berdy) and the arrival of her biological father Angelo (Gilles Marini), Bay has a lot on her plate this season.
“Switched at Birth” fans: watch out for Angelo and Simone. The cast spoke and signed at an unusually touching TCA panel that focused as much on deaf culture as it did on spoilers.
We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Watching “Starry Night,” the second season/mid-season premiere/whatever ABC Family wants to call the first new episode of “Switched… More
There’s no mistake here. “Switched At Birth” is a hit. ABC Family ordered 22 new episodes of the series about two teenaged girls who learn to live together after discovering… More
Outside of the fact that they both require oxygen to live, parents and teenagers have very little in common. (If you don’t believe it, just ask your teenager.) Nothing we… More
A Real Contest ABC President Anne Sweeney has made it explicit that “General Hospital” is battling ABC’s two upcoming daytime talk/reality shows, “The Chew” and “The Revolution” for its survival… More
Imagine if you spent hours watching a chef prepare a five layer chocolate cake with mocha filling and sprinkles on top only to have him serve you a plate of… More