PAYSON FACES BEING A REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF ‘MAKE IT OR BREAK IT,” MONDAY, JANUARY 25 AT 9:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY
As The Rock gets ready for the annual Open House, Payson struggles through her first days of high school in “Are We Having Fun Yet?,” an all-new episode of “Make It or Break It” premiering on ABC Family Monday, January 25 (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT).
Payson’s life gets a little bit harder when she’s forced to become a regular teenager and go to high school. After being home schooled for the majority of her life and being used to order and structure, public school is a shock to the system for Payson. With the chaos surrounding her at school, she feels more like a loser than ever when she finds herself the new target of the school’s queen bee. Things only get worse when Kaylie, Emily and Lauren show up to see how things are going. But when Payson meets fellow loner Ike, things start to look up. Is there possibly a way that she could survive the emotional roller coaster of high school?
Meanwhile, Sasha challenges the gym to make the annual Open House fun. When he pairs Kaylie and Nicky for a special performance, the event becomes anything but fun for the two champs.
“Make It or Break It” stars Chelsea Hobbs, Ayla Kell, Josie Loren, Cassie Scerbo, Zachary Burr Abel, Peri Gilpin, Candace Cameron Bure and Susan Ward.
“Make It or Break It” is executive-produced by Holly Sorensen, Paul Stupin and John Ziffren, along with co-executive producer Joanna Johnson. John J. Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart are consulting producers, with supervising producers Michael Gans and Richard Register and producer Nancy Haas. The new original series’ recurring cast includes Anthony Starke, Nico Tortorella, Marcus Coloma, Rosa Blasi, Jason Manuel Olazabal, Brett Cullen, Erik Palladino, Mia Rose Frampton, Wyatt Smith, Johnny Pacar and Neil Jackson.
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