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'Switched at Birth' Spring Finale Sneak Peek

The Switched at Birth Spring Finale airs tonight on ABC Family. Photo Credit: ABC Family/(Eric McCandless
Bay fights for her relationship with Emmett in the Spring finale of Switched at Birth, airing tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.

Intent on making their relationship work, Bay surprises Emmett with a visit to Los Angeles while he’s shooting his first big class project. Daphne is distraught with her performance in school and the idea of letting Bay and her family down. Kathryn and Toby get the chance to have their musical produced.

Meanwhile, Regina is shocked by Eric's (guest star Terrell Tilford) reaction to a buyout offer on the coffee shop.

Watch a sneak peek below:





“There is My Heart” was written by Lizzy Weiss & Bekah Brunstetter and directed by Norman Buckley.

Switched at Birth 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. The series is is executive-produced by Lizzy Weiss and Paul Stupin.

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