Showing posts with label Lucas Grabeel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lucas Grabeel. Show all posts

NEWS: Demi Lovato Joins GLEE; Chris Fountain Fired From CORONATION STREET

Demi Lovato Poised to Join GLEE for Major Arc as Rachel's [SPOILER ALERT]
Lovato will play Dani, a NYC-based struggling artist friend of Rachel and Santana’s. She will also interact frequently with Adam Lambert’s incoming character, and the pair will have several musical numbers together.

Lovato’s deal calls for her to appear in at least six episodes, beginning with the second part of the show’s Beatles’ tribute, airing Oct. 3.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH Summer Finale Preview; Twitter Chat With D.W. Moffett

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D.W. Moffett, who plays John Kennish on ABC Family’s award-winning drama SWITCHED AT BIRTH, will participate in a live Twitter chat with fans during the show’s East Coast broadcast of the summer finale on Monday, August 19 from 8-9 p.m. ET/6-7 p.m. PT.

Fans should tweet at his Twitter handle - @DWMoffett - and include the hashtag #SwitchedAtBirthChat in their tweets to ask questions.

In the episode, "Departure of Summer," John and Kathryn contemplate telling Toby their true feelings about his decision to marry.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH "The Merrymakers" Preview; Twitter Chat With Gilles Marini & Executive Producer Lizzy Weiss

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Gilles Marini, who stars as Angelo Sorrento, and executive producer Lizzy Weiss of ABC Family's award-winning drama SWITCHED AT BIRTH will participate in a live Twitter chat with fans during the show's East Coast broadcast on Monday, August 12, from 8-9 p.m. ET/6-7 p.m. PT.

Fans should tweet at their Twitter handles - @GillesMarini and @LizzyWeissSAB - and include the hashtag #SwitchedAtBirthChat in their tweets to ask questions. In the August 12 episode of SWITCHED AT BIRTH, Toby and Nikki end up in unexpected places when their pre-wedding parties go awry.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH "What Goes Up Must Come Down" Preview; Twitter Chat With Blair Redford

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Blair Redford, who plays Ty Mendoza on ABC Family's award-winning drama SWITCHED AT BIRTH will participate in a live Twitter chat with fans during the show's East Coast broadcast on Monday, August 5 from 8-9 p.m. ET/PT.

Fans should tweet at his Twitter handle - @Blair_Redford - and include the hashtag #SwitchedAtBirthChat in their tweets to ask questions.

In the August 5 episode, titled "What Goes Up Must Come Down," Daphne worries that Senator Coto is on to her.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH Preview: "As the Shadows Deepen"; Live-Tweet With Matt Kane

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Matt Kane from SWITCHED AT BIRTH will participate in a live Twitter chat with fans during the East Coast broadcast of the show on Monday, July 29th, starting at 8 p.m. ET.

Kane, who guest stars as Jace on SWITCHED AT BIRTH, will be tweeting with fans live via his handle @MattKaneUK from 8-9 p.m. ET/5-6 p.m. PT. Fans should tweet at Matt's handle and include the hashtag #SwitchedAtBirthChat in their tweets to ask their questions.

In the new episode, titled "As the Shadows Deepen," when business at Maui, Kansas starts to slow, Bay coordinates a Deaf Day and works with Emmett to organize a special screening of Deafenstein.

Lucas Grabeel & Lizzy Weiss of SWITCHED AT BIRTH and Jake T. Austin of THE FOSTERS To Live Twitter Chat On Monday

SWITCHED AT BIRTH star Lucas Grabeel and Executive Producer Lizzy Weiss, and Jake T. Austin of THE FOSTERS will participate in live chats via Twitter during the East Coast feeds of their series' all-new episodes airing on Monday, June 10th, on ABC Family.

Actor Lucas Grabeel and Executive Producer Lizzy Weiss will chat live during the East Coast feed of the summer premiere of SWITCHED AT BIRTH, airing on Monday, June 10th, 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. PT. Fans should tweet to Lucas at @MrGrabeel and Lizzy at @LizzyWeissSAB to ask their questions and should include the hashtag #SwitchedAtBirthChat in their tweets.

SWITCHED AT BIRTH Returns June 10

Regina returns from rehab and tries to transition back to life at the Kennish house, in the summer premiere of SWITCHED AT BIRTH, airing Monday, June 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family. The premiere follows a SWITCHED AT BIRTH marathon, starting at 2 p.m. ET/PT. The groundbreaking drama was recently honored with a Peabody Award.

While Regina has been away at rehab, Daphne has grown closer to the Kennish family, spending her days at their country club and her nights in their guest room. This new family dynamic does not sit well with Regina, who unexpectedly returns home early in hopes of spending more time with Daphne.

PREVIEW: SWITCHED AT BIRTH Spring Finale

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New beginnings are in store for everyone in the Spring finale of SWITCHED AT BIRTH, airing Monday, March 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.

In the winter finale, "Introducing the Miracle," Daphne and the students of Carlton School for the Deaf find out if their protest will keep the school open, and deaf. Lana goes into labor, Toby makes a surprise announcement, and John's campaign for office ends unexpectedly.

Meanwhile, an intoxicated Regina shows up at Angelo's. And, will Emmett tell Bay about the kiss between Daphne and Noah?

Watch a sneak peek video below:

PREVIEW: SWITCHED AT BIRTH Episode Told Entirely In American Sign Language (ASL)

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In an all-new episode of SWITCHED AT BIRTH told entirely in American Sign Language (ASL), the students at Carlton School for the Deaf protest to keep their school open. The ground-breaking episode, a first for a scripted series on mainstream television, will air Monday, March 4 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.

In "Uprising," when news of the school's closing spreads throughout campus, Daphne leads the students of Carlton School for the Deaf in arranging a demonstration to take place on the eve of the "Romeo and Juliet" play, in which Daphne has the lead role. Meanwhile, as one of a handful of hearing students in the school, Bay's attempt to be part of the campaign is challenged.

Watch a sneak peek below: