“Comedy is an important part of ABC Family’s make-up,” said Karey Burke, exec VP, programming and development. “We’re excited to see where Dan (Berendsen, creator-executive producer) takes these lovable characters and look forward to more great comedy from the cast.”
“Baby Daddy” is the top cable series in the Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. timeslot in adults 18-34, women 18-34 and females 12-34, and is the No. 1 original cable TV telecast in women 18-49.
ABC Family is also home to comedies “Young and Hungry,” which returns with its spring premiere on March 25, and “Melissa & Joey,” which comes to a close on March 18 with the final and 100th episode.
The “Baby Daddy” season-four finale airs March 18.