Wednesdays, 8:30 - 9:00 p.m., ET/PT
Currently in its fourth season, "Baby Daddy" follows five adults at various stages of growing up. Ben was living the bachelor life in New York City with his buddy, Tucker and his brother, Danny, a professional hockey player, until his life was turned upside down when a baby girl was left on his doorstep by one of Ben's one-night stands. Ben is now raising Baby Emma with help from Tucker, Danny, his mother, Bonnie and his childhood friend, Riley, who's been in love with Ben forever. Now that Emma is older, everyone must cope with the many challenges of parenting a one-year-old who is walking and talking. Together the five of them give Emma a unique but loving family filled with a lot of laughter and plenty of craziness. At the end of the season 3, and after a lot of bumps in the road, Ben and Riley finally commit to their romantic relationship and are ready to be together. But as Danny prepares to move to Paris and start a new life with Georgie, Riley begins to panic about not having him in her life, prompting her to question how she really feels about her best friend. Season 4 premieres on Wednesday, January 14th at 8:30pm.
In its timeslot on Wednesday nights (8:30-9p), the most recent season of Baby Daddy ranked #1 versus all other cable networks across Females 12-34, Women 18-34 and Women 18-49 while ranking #2 among a wide range of viewers such as Adults 18-34, Adults 18-49, Persons 12-34 and Women 25-54. "Baby Daddy" ranks among this year's Top 10 comedies on all of cable among Women 18-34, beating many notable series including Cougar Town (TBS), Girls (HBO), Veep (HBO), Silicon Valley (HBO), Workaholics (Comedy Central), Archer (FX) and Anger Management, (FX) among others.
The series stars Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Derek Theler, Tahj Mowry with Melissa Peterman and Chelsea Kane. It was created and is executive produced by Dan Berendsen. Guest stars in Season 4 include Mary Hart, Christa B. Allen, Eddie Cibrian, Brian Tee, Aisha Dee, Peter Porte and Michael Lembeck, among others. "Baby Daddy" is a multi-camera comedy that shoots in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles.