Bunheads star Bailey Buntain is heading to ABC Family's Baby Daddy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Buntain will play Bailey, a fast-talking, vivacious spitfire who is dating Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau). The only problem? Ben soon realizes that Bailey is essentially the younger version of his mother Bonnie (Melissa Peterman).
ABC Family is looking to expand its presence in the reality TV world, picking up two new unscripted series: Dancing Fools, hosted by Melissa Peterman (Baby Daddy) and the docusoap The Vineyard...
Writer Dan Berendsen has become quite the tween and young adult whisperer in recent years, penning series and movies for the young generation — including Hannah Montana: The Movie, Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam and ABC Family's recent drama The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Now Berendsen is back at ABC Family, but this time returning to his sitcom roots with Baby Daddy. The show, which airs Wednesdays at 8:30/7:30c, stars Jean-Luc Bilodeau as a twentysomething guy whose ex-girlfriend dumps their baby at his doorstep and then splits. Tahj Mowry, Melissa Peterman, Derek Theler and Chelsea Kane also star. Berendsen took a pregnant pause to tell us why we should make room for Daddy.
Pretty Little Liars
Pretty Little Liars fans won't have to wait long for more drama after the big "A" reveal: The show's third season will premiere Tuesday, June 5 at 8/7c, ABC Family announced Monday.
The network's summer slate will also include the debuts of three new shows: Bunheads, Baby Daddy and Beverly Hills Nannies.
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CMT has canceled its first scripted series, Working Class.
"Unfortunately, CMT will not be pursuing a second season of Working Class. We're sad to see it go," read a message on the show's Facebook page.
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For those of us stuck in the colder climes during this miserable winter, what could be better than keeping the home fires burning with laughter? Not so easy when ABC, which boasts the best all-around night of comedy with its Wednesday lineup, is currently in a repeat cycle. (No new episodes of anything besides the effervescent Cougar Town until Feb. 9 — and that's the night when Cougar is temporarily benched for the not-so-bright Mr. Sunshine.)
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