Make sure you're tracking all of fall's coolest new shows; check out our Fall TV Preview now for suggestions!

Switched at Birth “Tree of Forgiveness” Review

In Switched at Birth, ‘Tree of Forgiveness,’ everyone seems lonely and desperate to connect with something, no matter how wrong for them that thing may eventually be.

The big story of the night is Bay’s renewed commitment to her art, and the length’s she’ll go to be a part of the street art gang she recently encountered. Sadly, most shows would have dropped Bay’s passion for the illegal and risqué for something more conveniently artistic, but Switched at Birth has thankfully stuck to its guns and allowed Bay’s enthusiasm to become something much more active to the storyline. Now inducted into the group and, crucially, accepted by their leader, Bay has something to root for in Emmett’s absence even if you can tell it’s going nowhere good. Read More...

http://www.tvequals.com/2012/09/24/switched-at-birth-tree-of-forgiveness-review/ 

Want to comment on this post? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!