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ABC Family Sets Pretty Little Liars and The Fosters' Summer Returns

ABC Family has released its 2014 summer schedule. Let's find out when to expect from our favorite Pretty Little Liars summer return. The Rosewood crew will continue to hunt for "A" beginning June 10. During Pretty Little Liars' fifth season it will be followed by Chasing Life, a new one-hour drama.

Switched at Birth and The Fosters Return Jan. 13

Switched at Birth and The Fosters are set to debut their new seasons on Monday, Jan. 13. Both ABC Family soaps deal with nontraditional blended families, and the ties that bind families will still be the most important thing when the programs return for their winter season. READ MORE

Breaking Bad Son Joins Switched at Birth

RJ Mitte has been cast in a recurring role on ABC Family’s Switched at Birth.  The talented actor will play Campbell, a paralyzed pre-med student who begins working with Daphne (Katie LeClerc) at the free clinic. READ MORE

All My Children's Justin Bruening Cast in PLL Spin Off

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Justin Bruening has joined Pretty Little Liars spinoff, Ravenswood
The All My Children vet will play high school teacher Benjamin Price.  He will be a mentor to a group of teens under a supernatural curse. 
Bruening was most recently seen on Grey’s Anatomy and Switched at Birth READ MORE

ABC Family Promises an "Unstoppable" Summer (PROMO)

ABC Family has released a new promo teasing all the soapy drama ahead on their summer shows. 
There are the scandalous escapades of those Pretty Little Liars and the tormented townsfolk of Twisted.  Also, there’s tons of family melodrama with The Fosters and Switched at Birth. Then, there are the zany hijinks of of Baby Daddy and Melissa & Joey, to keep you entertained until Labor Day.  
Check out the promo after the jump! 

Days of Our Lives Alum Jason Brooks Talks Difference Between Daytime and Primetime Gigs

Former Days of Our Lives bad boy Jason Brooks (ex-Peter Blake) is back with a new Lifetime Movie Network flick, The Perfect Boyfriend, premiering tonight at 8 pm EST. In an interview with Celebrity Baby Scoop, the Switched at Birth actor dished the differences between daytime soaps and primetime roles.  Check out an excerpt:

CBS: You played a villain on Days of Our Lives – is there a difference between acting in a soap opera and a prime time television series?

JB: The biggest difference is the time.  To do an hour of a soap, it takes a day which is about 70-80 script pages.  In primetime, you have about 8 days to do the equivalent amount of pages so you have more of an opportunity for quality.  There’s also more money being put towards the production value of a primetime show which allows it to look better. READ MORE