ABC Family will air new episodes of “Young & Hungry” and “Freak Out”

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12 April 2015
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Photo courtesy of ABC Family/Eric McCandless
 
ABC Family will air new episodes of “Young & Hungry” and “Freak Out”
on Wednesday, April 15 at 8:00 PM and 8 :30 PM ET/PT
 Young and Hungry
KYM WHITLEY, REX LEE, EMILY OSMENT, JONATHAN SADOWSKI, AIMEE CARRERO

(ABC FAMILY/Bob D’Amico)
"YOUNG & HUNGRY"
Wednesday, April 15 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family

           In "Young & Old," when Gabi hears it's Elliot's 40th birthday, she's determined to make it special for him and his boyfriend Andre.  But Gabi's plans end up causing problems between them, and her attempts to fix her mess only make it worse - alarming Josh, who needs Elliot to get him through an important interview.  Meanwhile, Yolanda decides she wants to teach her ex-husband Coleman (guest star Cedric Yarbrough) a lesson, but ends up getting more than she bargained for. 
 Freak Out
DAN SACHOFF, ANTHONY ALABI (ABC Family/Eric McCandless)
"FREAK OUT" 
Wednesday, April 15 at 8:30 PM -ET/PT on ABC Family

 
        Each episode of "Freak Out" will feature an unsuspecting mark, whose fears come to life before their eyes with elaborate special effects, intricate makeup, twisted actors, and multiple cameras capturing the scenario from every angle. Every frighteningly hilarious prank is deviously tailored with help from the victim's friends and family to turn an everyday situation into someone's scary moment, until they realize - they've been pranked. 
 
•  First up, a volunteer helps set up a night event at Griffith Park. He runs into three men who claim to have escaped a lab where they were experimented on. Suddenly, the "cops" show up in pursuit. But before they can "arrest' everybody, one of the patients flies up in the air.
•  Then, random people visit an office, only to find their chairs making blaring noises.
•  Later, fun at a photo booth, when customers think they are posing for pictures, but get the scare of their lives.
•  Finally, a girl sets up her blind date to take the blame in a jewelry theft ring. 

 
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