i am form Jerusalem Palestine , this show is braking my heart , there is no enough words in all languages that wold express my feeling toward this great work .!! actually am planing to learn ASL beside braille language , can't wait till i see the next episodes
First off, the show is compelling and ADDICTING; I instantly got hooked. I also like the fact that it's different, revolving around deaf people and having to use ASL to communicate, I think that is pure genius. Great job, ABC Family!
This show is very addicting. In order to get caught up I watched the first 30 episodes to prepare myself for the winter premiere, and I must say am very impressed with the acting from the characters Bay and Daphne, also we see a different way of communication in ASL (American Sign Language) Bravo. My favorite characters are Daphne, Bay, Toby and Emmett. I love the couple of Bay and Emmett, they're so good together and hope they will reunite.
I have been rewatching Veronica Mars because of Price Peterson's reviews and saw Daphne in an episode which had, appropriately enough, a plot about girls switched at birth. This was back in 2005. I loved that show and pretty much every episode has people playing bit parts who now have their own shows.
i could relate a lot to the characters in that show and what their going through at times i think this show gets a bit boring its one of those shows that don't really get u crazy, its like u dont have anything better to do show, its a good show to watch when ur really bored. but overall i think its an okay show.
I love it that there are Atheist in the show! Because I really hate that a lot of American shows are super religious! I can really relate to a lot of things and the artwork is awesome! It's really educational to find out more about what deaf people have to deal with everyday and it's cool that you cast deaf or hard hearing actors to play the parts.
I personally find Daphne annoying, and find it hard to hate Bay. Great show! I love it!
Really good show. Daphne is getting on my last nerve. She is so annoying.,,,and not because she's deaf. I'm tired of her pining over Emmet and getting in everyone's face. I can't believe I'm actually liking Bey more than Daphne. Daphne used to be my favorite.
A really great show which made me think a lot more about deaf people and the problems they face in relationships and their daily routine. As a plus to the mostly well written script, Vannessa Marano does a really great job. She is by far the best actress in the cast.
i love this show but its so confusing... at the begining of the show bay is a brat then all of a sudden shes all nice and daphney is the biggest brat of them all.... Daphney had turned into such a brat that will make out with someone els's boyfriend and all of a sudden its all about daphney..
I love this show. It is brave, honest, entertaining, and educational. All of the characters come with their own strengths and weaknesses. You don't feel pressured to fall in love with any of the characters (as you often do with Nick and Disney Channel TV shows), you're actually allowed to hate them if you want to. If you haven't watched it yet, I can gurantee there will be at least one character you will really relate to and the plot will be interesting. This show isn't predictable; it's full of twists and turns. Oh, and a rich, artsy, moody, hearing girl raised by both of her parents switched with a poor, sporty, upbeat deaf girl raised by a single mom? Genious.
Oh, but do me a favor, abc: Could you make a likable religious character? All of the religious characters are unlikable and all of the likable characters are atheists. That's pretty bigoted if you ask me.
I think the show is really great and I surpriced that it hasn't gotten more attention than it has. I think every episode so far has brought a new richness to the plot and to the characters. I hope it keeps going for a long time. I do wonder when the next episode is though?
The thing about "Switched at Birth" is that it takes up an interesting subject that is not exactly something that happens every day. I mean, how many people actually do get switched at birth in real life? It is interesting, though, to see a show about it, where this is the main subject. At first, I got the feeling that this would be a show where the rich parents would try to "get back" their biological daughter, but now I feel differently. I think that most of us who have not experienced something like this, fortunately, do not know what we would have done in this situation. How to react? How to behave and what to feel? I believe that this show is giving us a clue of how impossible their situation is, which is why I like it. Some parents would like to get to know their biological child, others would rather not have any contact with him or her and not even try to find them. In this show we have two families, who are somehow involved with each other, whether they like it or not, and they are trying to deal with it day by day. I find the daily drama interesting and entertaining. It makes you think about their situation and reactions as well as try to figure out what YOU would have done if it were you.
I recently discovered this show the other day at 3:30am and I found myself instantly hooked. So much so that I watched every eposide by 10:30am fell asleep and was super late for work! My execuse to my boss was, I was watching Switched at birth! LOL
My boyfriend just finish watching the entire season and he is now hooked as well. I love the cast of the show they are perfect and Emmiet and Ty they are hearthrobs for sure! Bringthe next season back as soon as possible. I cant wait for the suprises that will come.