Two teenage girls' lives are turned upside down when they find out they were switched at birth.

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 Daphne Vasquez / ... (101 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Bay Kennish / ... (101 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Regina Vasquez / ... (101 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 John Kennish (101 episodes, 2011-2017)
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 Kathryn Kennish (101 episodes, 2011-2017)
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Tells the story of two teen girls who discover that they were accidentally switched at birth. Bay Kennish grew up in a wealthy family with two parents and a brother, while Daphne Vasquez, who lost her hearing as a child due to a case of meningitis, grew up with a single mother in a poor neighborhood. Things come to a dramatic head when both families meet and struggle to learn how to live together for the sake of the girls. Written by Anonymous

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One mistake changed two families forever.

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Drama | Family | Romance

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6 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Cambiadas al nacer  »

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Vanessa Marano and Max Lloyd-Jones starred opposite each other in the Lifetime movie, Restless Virgins (2013). They also date in both Switched at Birth and Restless Virgins. See more »

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Finally..a storyline about the Deaf
20 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As a Deaf woman who rarely watches any television shows, because CC is not always accurate, and it gets tiring trying to figure out what is being said in English, I have to applaud the writers and producers of this show. Thank you for *finally* bringing a show to television that incorporates the 3rd largest language in Canada (behind English and French) and 3rd largest language in America (behind English and Spanish) into a television show.

I applaud the writers for broaching many touchy subjects that are important in the Deaf Community. Just because we do not hear does not mean we need to be fixed. Nor does it mean we are 'retarded' or somehow less. Sign language is a beautiful dance of the hands and no 'cochlear implant' or 'hearing aide' can change that.

Thank you for bringing this show to Canada even though it is only showing the first season here. I look forward to the launch of 'Spark' so that I can continue to watch the season series as it unfolds, as it is in America.

A very proud Deaf woman from Canada is loving this show.


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