‘Switched at Birth’ Season 4 Episode 11 Spoilers: Past Characters to Haunt Present

By Poonam Singh | 1 year ago
‘Switched at Birth’ Season 4 Episode 11 Spoilers: Past Characters to Haunt Present

ABC’s “Switched at Birth,” a series with highest recorded praise on its debut, is coming up with its 11th episode of Season 4. The upcoming episode named “To Repel Ghosts,” will depict characters getting disturbed with the decisions they have made in the past. Bay Kennish (Vanessa Marano) will be seen troubled by her breakup with Emmett Bledsoe (Sean Berdy) while Daphne Vasquez (Katie Leclerc) is seen tensed over her friends’ reactions to her relationship with Mingo (Adam Hagenbuch).

“There’s a lot of characters from past seasons that come to visit and cause trouble, I’m really proud because I don’t feel like the show’s tired at all. We’re conquering new elements. We’re going different places with stories. It’s not just rehashing the same old stuff over and over, the trouble will be coming in all forms,” revealed Lea Thompson (Kathryn Kennish) in an interview to Nerd Report.


Recently, it was also reported that Bay will go back to her ex-boyfriend Ty (Blair Redford) to find solace after her breakup with Emmett. As reported by International Business Times, the creators of the show had released a set photo in which Bay was seen lying in bed with Ty.

In a statement published by Screenfad, it was reported that the series will have shocking turns, including family troubles, relationship dramas ending with unexpected pregnancy. Whereas, Bay will be shown in the state of confusion, her legal parents will be going through financial crises.

Well, spoilers will keep on playing spoil sport but to know the entire situation we have to stick to the series. The countdown is reaching to its end and the show is scheduled for Aug. 24, Monday, release. So, just wait for few more days, everything will be clear.

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