"Melissa & Joey" and "Baby Daddy"
It’s an action-packed “Flash Forward Wednesday,” with a ski avalanche, a 100-year time jump, a flash mob and a custody decision during all-new episodes of “Melissa & Joey” and “Baby Daddy,” airing on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 (8:00–9:00 PM ET/PT).
Wednesday, July 8 starting at 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family
"Melissa & Joey" photo: ABC Family/Bruce Birmelin
“Melissa & Joey” (8PM-8:30PM ET/PT) - In “Frozen,” Mel and Joe get stuck in a ski avalanche and are frozen for 100 years. When they thaw, they head to their home to find 120-year-old Lennox and Zander married. Mel and Joe want to resume their lives but discover the Big Brother government won’t let them stay married and has already picked out the “perfect” new mates for them.
“Melissa & Joey” stars Melissa Joan Hart, Joey Lawrence, Taylor Spreitler and Nick Robinson, and is executive-produced by Bob Young & David Kendall, Paula Hart, Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence.
"Baby Daddy" photo: ABC Family/Bruce Birmelin
“Baby Daddy” (8PM-8:30PM ET/PT) - In “Parental Guidance,” Ben takes Emma to his old pediatrician for a check-up and must admit he hasn’t had a physical in years. When the doctor insists Ben has an exam and finds something of concern, Ben has a bit of a panic attack about his future and worries about who will take care of Emma. He flashes forward through Emma’s life as she’s raised by Bonnie, Tucker and Danny and is horrified by what he imagines. Ben knows Riley is the best choice for Emma, but she has serious doubts about her maternal abilities. Bonnie has lunch with Brad (Peter Porte), mistakenly believing that he is his twin brother, Tad. After their talk, Bonnie realizes she’s still in love with Brad and wants him back. But when Brad reveals his true identity, Bonnie can’t believe he’s still so deceitful and never wants to see him again. Meanwhile, a flash mob yields a very surprising twist.
“Baby Daddy” stars Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Derek Theler, Tahj Mowry, with Melissa Peterman and Chelsea Kane. The series is created and executive produced by Dan Berendsen (“The Nine Lives of Chloe King,” “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” and “Hannah Montana: The Movie”). “Baby Daddy” is a multi-camera comedy that shoots in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles.