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We have just learned that the critically acclaimed series Switched at Birth will soon come to an end after five seasons on the Freeform network.
The past couple of seasons of Pretty Little Liars have been about as crazy as everything else on TV, and the show is resetting itself with a time jump for the second half of Season 6. But will we see the end come when Season 7 is complete?
The horror genre is alive and well on television these days, with shows like American Horror Story and Ash vs Evil Dead delivering all kinds of frights and gory sights. Get ready for another one from Once Upon a Time's creators.
Fortunately for fans of Switched and the coming of age trials of Bay Kennish and Daphne Vasquez, ABC Family has officially announced that the series has been renewed for a fifth season.
Oftentimes there is kids programming and there is adult programming and very little in between. ABC Family has always marketed the in-between space, but now it looks as if the network is completely rebranding. Hey millennials.
A beloved ABC Family show has just gotten the axe. Chasing Life has been canceled after just two seasons. The series ended its second season this Monday, and the cliffhanger-heavy episode ended up closing the series to record low ratings.
Just under a month after Nicki Minaj threw some major shade at Miley Cyrus during the MTV Video Music Awards, the pop star is headed back to television in a huge way, and it presumably won’t have anything to do with Miley. But it will have to do with Minaj's past.
In a bit of news that should come as a relief to the fledgling fanbase of the channel’s science fiction drama, Stitchers, the network has been announced that the show will be sticking around for a second season.
While The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones did not make a lot of money when it first hit the box office in 2013, Cassandra Clare’s book franchise is popular enough that ABC Family feels it might be a better entertainment medium for the series.
ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars has made good on its promising, revealing the identity of “A” during the show’s finale on Tuesday night. Even more shockingly, another character returned to the show.
Trends in TV are nothing new, but the subject matter that execs latch on to can often be refreshing. Case in point: taking a cue from the critical darling Transparent, a new series about a transgender parent is coming to cable.
Set to premiere Tuesday night following the annual Pretty Little Liars special Halloween episode is Ravenswood, a spin-off series to PLL, which is set in the town of Ravenswood, a place not far from Pretty Little Liars setting Rosewood, Pennsylvania. Ravenswood has suffered under a deadly curse for generations, and the story centers on five strangers who suddenly find themselves connected by the curse and need to dig into the town's mysterious and terrible history before it's too late.
Did you miss ABC's broadcast of the excellent and sure-to-be-a-classic Disney Pixar Halloween special Toy Story of TERROR!? Well, rest assured, it's going to air again, though you probably won't find it on ABC. Additional airings of the special are scheduled for Disney's cable channels, with the first re-airing scheduled for this Saturday, as ABC Family's 13 Nights of Halloween event kicks off.
It's October, which means, it's Christmas time? Ok, not really, but we are at the point where talk of the holidays will start to sneak up on us. ABC Family is gearing up for their annual 25 Days of Christmas event, which traditionally begins December 1 and runs every day up to Christmas with a slew of holiday programming. That includes classic holiday films -- both animated and live-action -- and some original movies.
Two big stars from the nineties are about to reunite on a cable network. Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth, two actresses who are most known for playing popular characters in Beverly Hills, 90210 have signed on for a brand new pilot being put together by ABC Family. Plus, it marks an onscreen reunion for the Beverly Hills, 90210 gals, who both later reprised their roles on the spinoff 90210.