ABC Family is one of the most distinct brands on television. With shows including "The Secret Life of an American Teenager," "Switched at Birth" and "The Fosters," the network addresses all manner of "modern" issues in ways aimed specifically at the same young adult audience that has proved such a boon to the publishing industry.
Certainly the YA novel "The Fault in Our Stars" is a factor in ABC Family's flawed, though one hopes not fatally, new drama "Chasing Life." The show premieres Tuesday.
Also read: Billy Bush Leaves the Today Show