From the studio that brought you “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” comes a groundbreaking new drama about the upheaval that two teen girls experience when they discover that they were accidentally switched at birth.
Bay Kennish (Marano), a talented graffiti artist with an edgy streak, grew up in a wealthy family with happily married parents and an older brother. Daphne Vasquez (Leclerc), an athletic teenager who lost her hearing at an early age, grew up with a single mother in a working class neighborhood. When the girls’ worlds collide, family bonds are tested, new romances are sparked, and they start to learn that it’s who they are inside that matters, not where they grew up. Relive the girls’ journey and catch up before the premiere with
“Switched At Birth: Volume 1.” Including all 10 episodes plus exclusive collectible iPod skins, this two-disc set is a must-own for every fan!
This was a great treat for us as we do not watch a lot of television at home. But when we get to watch series like these that are so close to reality, we get glued to the screen. We watched it continuously through the weekend as each episode gets only more thrilling with new twists and turns.
This was a fresh perspective on something that is more likely to happen as a mistake. It made me think "What if I had been switched at birth?!" But wait, I do resemble my parents a lot. Bay Kennish always thought she was so different from her parents and she knew something was not right. It starts with a blood test and the story progresses interestingly from there on. The best part of this was the whole story is so natural and the decisions the families make are so close to what would happen in reality. It was almost like a real life story.Can't wait to see what happens next!
Suggested Retail Price: $29.99 USD & $27.49 CAD
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Disclaimer: I received a sample for review purpose only. No monetary compensation was received. The above post reflects my personal opinion.