Get ready to see some changes at ABC Family, the network that brings you “Baby Daddy,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Fosters,” “Melissa and Joey,” “Switched at Birth,” “Twisted,” “Young & Hungry” and more: The cable network has just named former NBC exec <strong>Karey Burke</strong> as the exec vp programming and development.

Two weeks since canceling "The Lying Game," and a week after canceling "Bunheads," ABC Family has announced it has ordered a third season of "Switched at Birth" and has given both "Twisted" and "The Fosters" back-order pick-ups. The new episodes will all premiere alongside "Pretty Little Liars" in January 2014, it was announced today by Michael Riley, President, ABC Family.

ABC Family, the millennial-skewing network, has greenlit two new drama pilots, “The Fosters” (working title), from executive producer Jennifer Lopez, and “Socio,” from executive producer Gavin Polone. Summer to date, ABC Family’s current crop of original series have made ABC Family cable TV’s #1 network in Prime in Women 18-34, and the #2 cable TV network in Females 12-34 and Female Teens.