Switched at Birth renewed for a second season by ABC Family

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Switched at Birth renewed for a second season by ABC Family

Switched at Birth is an American television series broadcast on the ABC Family channel since June 6, 2011. It is the only television series that broadcasts in bilingualism, ie in American sign language and in American English.

Meanwhile Switched at Birth will be renewed for a second season by ABC Family. Here's the plot: "Two teenage girls accidentally discover they were swapped at birth. Bay Kennish grew up in a wealthy family, with two ever-present parents and a brother.

Daphne Vasquez, who lost her hearing at a young age due to meningitis, she grew up with a single mother in a neighborhood for lower-middle-class families.The life of each takes an unexpected turn when, after the meeting, their families decide to learn to live together for the good of the girls." The protagonist of the series is Daphne Vasquez, played by Katie Leclerc.

She is the biological daughter of John and Kathryn Kennish and the legal daughter of Regina Vasquez. She was born on October 22, 1995. At the age of three, after a battle with meningitis, Daphne lost her hearing; she over time she learned to lip-read and American sign language.

She has had a number of boyfriends throughout the television series. such as: Liam, Wilke, Chef Jeff, Travis, Jace, Jorge and Campbell.

Switched at Birth season 1 episode 11

The first season of the television series Switched at Birth was broadcast from June 6, 2011 on the US channel ABC Family.

Ten episodes were initially ordered, then increased to thirty. After much speculation, fans have learned that the 11th episode will be released on January 3, 2012. The pilot's plot said: "Following an assignment at the school lab, Bay Kennish discovers that her blood type is AB and is incompatible with that of her parents, Kathryn and John, who are Type A.

Intrigued, she convinces them to take a DNA test and the two discover that Bay is not their biological daughter, but that she was swapped at birth. Days later, the Kennishes meet their biological daughter Daphne and her mother Regina Vasquez.

They also discover that Daphne has gone deaf at age three from meningitis and try to help her by proposing to enroll her in Bay's expensive private school. Regina doesn't want Daphne to go to school, but she agrees to go and live with her at the Kennish house to allow them to get to know Daphne and to get to know Bay herself."