If you've been waiting with bated breath to see if ABC Family's new dramas, Twisted and The Fosters would get more episodes ordered to their first seasons, then you're in luck. The network has ordered 10 more episodes for each show, according to TV Guide and Los Angeles Times:
The Fosters and Twisted each received back-orders of 10 episodes for their respective first seasons.
"ABC Family has always been a home for groundbreaking storytelling with iconic characters and families and we're thrilled to have The Fosters and Twisted join our line-up as breakout summer hits," said ABC Family President Michael Riley. "We are very proud of the original series we continue to foster, bringing real and relatable characters to life for our viewers and know they are destined to become part of the zeitgeist alongside Switched at Birth and Pretty Little Liars."
"The Fosters," which centers on a bi-racial lesbian couple and their brood of biological, adopted and foster children, premiered to 1.4 million viewers and has steadily built upon that with each new episode. The network's new thrill "Twisted" opened to 1.6 million viewers, no doubt benefiting from the network's superstar "Pretty Little Liars" as its lead-in. Both series will complete their full-season orders, with their remaining 10 episodes now greenlit.
Are you excited for more Fosters and Twisted, when ABC Family resumes with new episodes?