Katie Leclerc and Gilles Marini star in the ABC Family drama Switched at Birth, and we sat down with them at a recent press event in LA to get the scoop on the show's second season. The actors caught us up on the most recent challenges their characters have faced, joked about the complicated relationships between them, and even touched on the love triangles — or "love pentagons," as Katie described them — on Switched at Birth. The show airs Mondays at 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central Standard Time.
ABC Family's Switched at Birth is back for a second season, and we caught up with castmates Lea Thompson and Vanessa Marano to get the scoop on what's in store. Lea and Vanessa filled us in on the season premiere surprise, and how some of the plot twists to come shocked even them! The duo also spoke about how they formed their mother-daughter dynamic, and revealed that many relationships in the series are set to change in the coming episodes. Switched at Birth airs tonight on ABC Family at 7:00/8:00 Central.
In a situation straight from a lilsugar poll, two Illinois women ended up with the wrong babies.
According to an Associated Press article:
The switch apparently occurred when Bathon's son, Hunter Allen Bathon, and Hopkins' son, Riley Howard Spencer, were taken at the same time to be circumcised. Both wore identification, Womick said, but "apparently both came off and they put the wrong ones back on."
And, while both of the moms initially had reservations about the babies they were given, the hospital assured them they were their flesh. It was only after one mother went home with the wrong son that medical personnel realized they made a mistake. To see how they relayed the news, read more