A lot has happened since Hayden Byerly made his debut on The Fosters as Callie’s younger brother Jude back in 2013. Jude was adopted by Stef and Lena and started dating his best friend, to name just two significant developments! Meanwhile, Hayden Byerly and co-star Gavin MacIntosh hit the headlines when their characters shared the youngest same-sex kiss in television history. As fans count down the days to The Fosters season 3B premiere, we chatted with Hayden Byerly about what to expect from the upcoming episodes, the future course of the Jonnor ship, and his experience working with the newest member of the cast, Noah Centineo.
Read on for our exclusive interview with Hayden Byerly.
It’s been five months since season 3A of The Fosters ended with The Fosters 3×10, “Lucky,” so you’re forgiven for not remembering where the heck we left off. Before The Fosters 3×11, “First Impressions,” airs Monday, Jan. 25, here’s a refresher:
Pretty Little Liars returned tonight as ABC Family morphed into Freeform. Every PLL fanatic took to Twitter to express their excitement for the season premiere as the episode launched the series 5 years forward. If you missed the episode, or, like me, just hate yourself because you just can’t quit this show, this recap is for you.
Read on for our Pretty Little Liars 6×11 “Of Late I Think Of Rosewood” recap:
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Recovery Road is ABC Family’s (Soon to be Freeform’s) new original drama series based around a group of young adults in a sober living facility. From executive producer Holly B. Sorensen of Make It Or Break It fame, the series will be one of the latest original offerings from the network — set to premiere this January with the highly anticipated new series Shadowhunters.
Continue reading below for our Recovery Road review: