Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 11 “Love Seduces Innocence, Pleasure Entraps, and Remorse Follows” airs Monday, March 24, 2014 at 8/9c on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 11 “Love Seduces Innocence, Pleasure Entraps, and Remorse Follows”- Bay has reservations about Emmett’s new girlfriend in the spring finale of “Switched at Birth,” airing Monday, March 24 at 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/03/24/switched-at-birth-midseason-finale-2014-love-seduces-innocence-pleasure-entraps-and-remorse-follows/
“Switched at Birth” star Gilles Marini (Angelo Sorrento) and “The Fosters” star Cierra Ramirez (Mariana Foster). Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/gBzM7Afd5iQ/
Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 10 “The Ambush” airs Monday, March 17, 2014 at 8/9c on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 10 “The Ambush”- Bay and Daphne prepare for the big game as the competition between Buckner and Carlton reaches new heights in an all new episode of “Switched at Birth,” airing Monday, March 17, 2014, at 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/03/17/switched-at-birth-season-3-episode-10-the-ambush/
Bay (Vanessa Marano) has a new man in her life on Switched at Birth season three who she met while taking a college art course. Bay and Tank (Max Adler) started out as art project partners, became friends, and then romance hit when Tank wouldn't leave her side after she injured her hand. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/switched-at-birth/switched-at-birth-interview-max-adler-52764.aspx
) ABC Family Reveals Summer Premieres for Pretty Little Liars, Switched at Birth, The Fosters, Plus Three New Series If you're already going through Pretty Little Liars withdrawals thinking about the upcoming season 4 finale, don't fret — your favorite ABC Family series will be back before you know it! Find out when you can catch the summer returns for PLL, Switched at Birth, The Fosters, plus three brand-new shows. Spring finales are upon us, but you won't have to wait long for the summer returns of "Pretty Little Liars", "Switched at Birth" and more! ABC Family has announced premiere dates for its returning summer shows, along with the arrivals of three new series. The first, "Chasing Life", an hour-long drama about a young journalist who finds out she has cancer, is set to air right after PLL's season 5 premiere on June 10th. You can get your summer fix of Switched at Birth and The Fosters starting June 16th. And the networks two new comedies "Young & Hungry" with Emily Osment and "Mystery Girls," featuring a mini 90210 reunion of Tori Spelling and Jenny Garth, will debut June 25th. Which series are you most looking forward to? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV news from Celebified!
Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 9 “The Past (Forgotten-Swallowed)” airs Monday, March 10, 2014 at 8/9c on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 9 “The Past (Forgotten-Swallowed)”- Daphne tries to help out Angelo at the clinic’s fundraiser, all while juggling the attention of Jorge and Campbell. Bay must deal with MaryBeth’s feelings about Tank. Toby tutors Sharee to keep her eligible for the field hockey team. Meanwhile, John and Kathryn invite one of John’s old baseball colleagues over to get some dish for Kathryn’s book. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/03/10/switched-at-birth-season-3-episode-9-the-past-forgotten-swallowed/
With a cast that features a High School Musical alum and two Dancing with the Stars veterans, it was only a matter of time before Switched at Birth did a dance-themed episode. On Monday's installment (8/7c, ABC Family), dance scenes fill every act as Daphne ( Katie LeClerc ) and Bay ( Vanessa Marano ) both wonder about their futures. From Lea Thompson 's Broadway act and Gilles Marini and Marlee Matlin 's Waltz to LeClerc's salsa dance with RJ Mitte and David Casteneda, almost every style is covered. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Switched-Birth-Dance-Episode-1078299.aspx?rss=breakingnews
On Tuesday's (March. 3) episode of "Switched at Birth," everyone's strapping on their dancing shoes.The ABC Family hit is taking another artistic risk on par with last season's all-sign language episode, though this time around, they're getting a little footloose and fancy free. In a special dance-themed episode, each act will feature dancing scenes, including one very sultry Viennese waltz between Melody (Marlee Matlin) and Angelo (Gilles Marini).Zap2it had the opportunity with speak with Matlin (through e-mail) about the performance between the two "Dancing With the Stars" alums, previewed in the exclusive photos above and below, and what risks she'd like to see the daring show take next. Zap2it: How excited were you and Gilles to have the opportunity to touch back on your "Dancing With the Stars" experience for the special dance-themed episode? Did either of you find you'd gotten a little rusty?Matlin: In the three seasons that both Gilles and I had been... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/switched-at-birth-marlee-matlin-previews-sexy-dance-with-gilles-marini.html
Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 8 “Dance Me to the End of Love” airs Monday, March 3, 2014 at 8/9c on ABC Family. Episode Synopsis: Switched at Birth Season 3 Episode 8 “Dance Me to the End of Love”- Daphne considers pre-med for college and Bay faces the limitations of her injury in an all-new episode of “Switched at Birth,” with dancing scenes in every act,airing Monday, March 3 at 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/03/03/switched-at-birth-season-3-episode-8-dance-me-to-the-end-of-love/
March is an epic sports month. Baseball is back, March Madness is imminent (or in progress, depending on when you're reading this), regular season pro-basketball and hockey games start to have a desperate feel to them. (Also, it's lacrosse season, which probably means something to a select few!) SideReel doesn't cover sports, but we do cover sports-themed television, so we've put together a list of the most sportacular episodes of our favorite shows. Did your choice make the Elite Eight? How I Met Your Mother S3E14: The Bracket (The Final Four) Truthfully, this is only tangentially related to sports, but given that it was a nod to the, uh... growing field of bracketology (and not at all a shameless ploy to promote CBS 's ownership of the NCAA Basketball tournament), but it is a well-crafted episode that finally acknowledges that Barney is kind of (and by kind of I mean extremely) cruel to women. Turns out that in the aftermath of being Barn-stormed (did he ever use that? If not, he should have), they don't really hold him in high regard. Also, basketball is referenced. Friday Night Lights S7E42: State Season one of FNL was basically flawless. From its heartbreaking pilot to its joyful finale, it was a perfect and gorgeously paced paean to the long game. For my money, "State" has the most touching scene in the entire series: the victory parade set to Tony Lucca 's cover of Texas legend Daniel Johnston 's " Devil Town ". As the Greek chorus that is local sports radio says of Coach Eric Taylor at the end, "He healed this team, and he healed this town." The Simpsons S3E17: Homer at the Bat There are many strange and wonderful moments in the third season of The Simpsons , but this episode certainly serves as a time capsule of the era we chose to believe the best of our baseball players. The roster of stars in this episode also does double-duty as a list of "Yikes, that guy! Eeesh." True, there are some on there who survived the '90s with their reputations intact, but there were some other spectacular flameouts. Luckily, the best line in the episode is uttered by good guy Ken Griffey, Jr., and I'll tune in every time to hear him say, "There's a party in my mouth, and everyone's invited!" (a line he reportedly had great trouble recording). Switched at Birth S7E40: Game On Switched at Birth is a pioneering show that should get more respect among the wider population than it does. Newsflash, America: ABC Family is not just for teens! Aside from the fact that it's given wonderful exposure to the deaf community, its characters have real, multidimensional personalities. Bay Kennish is a talented modern artist, while Daphne Vasquez (the terrific Katie Leclerc) is a gifted basketball player. "Game On" puts her team (from Carlton School for the Deaf) into a regional basketball tournament—and they truly shine. Sure, the underdog victory is a frequently-used trope on TV, but SaB never makes it feel trite, just exciting, honest, and well-deserved. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine S7E4: Take Me Out to the Holosuite There's no crying in spaceball! I was always charmed by DS9 's references to baseball as an obscure and weird obsession of Captain Sisko's. It was one of those things that made the show actually feel like it was from the future, looking at something so omnipresent to us now the way we look at the harpsichord. Imagine trying to learn a sport that went out of fashion hundreds of years ago—and playing it against a species that's stronger, smarter, and (supposedly) unphased by pressure? Vulcans are practically naturally dosed with PEDs! It's a cheerful hour in an overwhelmingly dark final season, and all the more wonderful for that. The Colbert Report S6E11: Dick Ebersol Stephen Colbert takes on speedskating and the Winter Olympics in general in this 2010 episode featuring Shani Davis and then-head of NBC Sports, Dick Ebersol. Doing what he does best—skewering those who take themselves too seriously, something the Winter Olympics (and the Summer Olympics!) have long been guilty of—Colbert is untouchable. The guy probably deserves some kind of gold medal—in fact, I'm sure he'd be the first to agree. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia S5E7: The Gang Wrestles for the Troops Pro-wrestling is a sport! Or, at the very least, it's a "sport"... probably... maybe. Its overt narcissism and "villainy" are the same qualities found in an average episode of It's Always Sunny , which make the two an ideal match. Plus, having donned their eagle (pigeon) costumes, the guys sing about being BIRDS OF WAR before taking on poor Rickety Cricket, shown here having the most demeaning moment of his life up to this point. Oh, Cricks, it doesn't get better. [Sadface.] The League S2E13: The Sacko Bowl SideReel kind of loves The League ! And by kind of, I mean WE LOVE THE LEAGUE ! None of us actually do fantasy sports, but it doesn't stop us from enjoying it vicariously through this show, what with its excellent cast and mean jokes (we, too, are excellent and mean). So it's appreciated that there's a competition for last place (the titular bowl) which leads to a year-long shaming of the "winner." We're not bad people, we just like watching them on TV. Leah E. Friedman is the editor of SideReel.com. When she was 8, she asked a JCC basketball coach to take her out of the game due to perspiration. You can follow her musings on Twitter .