The program, called "Switched at Birth" does a fantastic job of explaining the differences between hearing and Deaf cultures, as well as the differences between the cultures of the Rich and the more humble life styles. I was very impressed. The acting is superb. Bay does a nice job playing the rebellious heart-broken teenager who just found out her life, her mom, and dad, are not her real parents, and that her life as she knows it is not the true biz life she thought. I love Daphne's description at the end when her boyfriend asked who is that girl, meaning "Bay". Daphne, who thoughout the movie, portrays a very happy teenager who accepts life at it comes, thought about it for a moment--Bay is not her sister, but how does she explain who Bay is? She finally stated, "she? that girl? She is me from a previous life. We switched." It was beautiful. I highly recommend this show to hearing and Deaf--I have to applaud ABC for putting out a family friendly show that is heart-wrenching at times, funny at times, and over all an excellent depiction of true life struggles.