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'Switched at Birth' Winter Premiere Sneak Peek

Switched at Birth returns tonight on ABC Family. Photo Credit: ABC Family/Adam Taylor
The family and Emmett discover Bay's impulsive decision to take the blame for Daphne, and no one is happy about it. Meanwhile, Daphne is determined to prove herself worthy of her switchster's sacrifice while also dealing with the challenges of starting college in the fourth season premiere of Switched at Birth, airing Tuesday, January 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family (new day and time).

With both Emmett and Daphne heading off to college, Bay finds that taking the blame for Daphne may be harder than she thought. Daphne struggles to adapt to being a pre-med student as she faces her own guilt for letting Bay take the fall for her illegal actions. Regina frets over what will soon be an empty nest.

Watch a sneak peek below:



"And It Cannot Be Changed" was written by Lizzy Weiss and directed by Steve Miner.

The new season will also feature the returning Max Adler, as well as newcomers Bess Armstrong (My So-Called Life) and Austin Cauldwell.

Switched at Birth is executive-produced by Lizzy Weiss and Paul Stupin. The series stars Katie Leclerc as Daphne Vasquez; Vanessa Marano as Bay Kennish; Constance Marie as Regina Vasquez; D.W. Moffett as John Kennish; Lea Thompson as Kathryn Kennish; Lucas Grabeel as Toby Kennish; Sean Berdy as Emmett Bledsoe with guest star Marlee Matlin as Melody Bledsoe.

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