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You might know her best as Beiste on Glee, but on Wednesday, Dot Marie Jones is taking her Emmy-nominated comedic chops to Baby Daddy (8:30/7:30c, ABC Family). She's guesting as a no-nonsense masseuse at the spa Bonnie (Melissa Peterman), Riley (Chelsea Kane), and Riley's boss Ms. Jensen (Kym Whitley) visit in the episode. "I'm just this big Russian woman who's manhandling them, basically," Jones says with a laugh.
Pretty Little Liar's Lucy Hale is being called a liar on another ABC Family series. Exclusive: Bunheads Star looks for love on Baby Daddy On Wednesday's episode of Baby Daddy, Hale guest-stars as Piper, the seemingly quiet daughter of a client who Riley (Chelsea Kane) is representing. But when Riley is tasked with watching Piper, she suddenly turns into a wild child. In our exclusive clip below, Riley, Danny (Derek Theler) and Tucker (Tahj Mowry) find Piper partying with Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau), but when she tries to deny any involvement, Ben calls her a little liar — pun intended.
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. Pretty Little Liars Boss: A's identity, motivation will all make sense
Not content with just having the most successful year in its history, teen titan ABC Family has unveiled a peek at some of its new original programming and we'd be pretty little lairs if we said some of it doesn't already have us hooked. On the reality front, the netlet has ordered...
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