It was always a possibility, but we never expected to have the chance to meet our adorable baby girl, so when the Disney Channel launched its new show, “A Babies First Love,” it felt like a fitting introduction.
But it wasn’t just any baby girl.
This one had her name in honor of the late pop star Lady Gaga.
“A Babs First Love will be the first show we have produced to celebrate our amazing young artists and to showcase their remarkable accomplishments,” said executive producer Stephanie Mechelen.
“We are honored to have them on our show, and we can’t wait to see their incredible creativity.”
(The Disney Channel) “A Little Bit of Everything” is an adaption of the first season of the hit Netflix show “Orange is the New Black,” which premiered on March 31, 2017.
“Orange Is the New Big Black” was a critical hit, winning four Emmys for best drama series, and it was a big hit on Netflix, becoming the most popular series in history to that point.
“Baby Boomers” is a new animated series created and written by Emmy Award-winning writer and director Emily Kaplan.
(A.K.A. the “Baby Boom”) “Baby-Boomers” will debut in 2018 on the Disney XD network.
The series will follow the lives of three different baby boomers, who are trying to survive their parents’ divorce.
“They’re all different types of boomers and they’re all dealing with the same challenges, and they’ve all had to deal with the trauma of the divorce,” said Kaplan, who is also the co-executive producer of “Baby and Me,” which premieres in October.
“It’s really about how these people are dealing with their parents, and that’s really what the show is about.
The kids are the only thing that matters.”
Kaplan, along with “Baby’s First LOVE” co-producer, Jody Bales, and her brother, Mark Bales.
(Jody Bages/ABC News) “Baby in Your Arms” is the first series to premiere on ABC News’ “The View,” hosted by Ari Shapiro.
It follows a young girl in Brooklyn, New York, who discovers her mother’s love for her and decides to be a mother to her.
“The show’s so smart, because the characters are so young and so different,” Shapiro said.
“I love how this is a little more complicated than just, ‘Oh, this is your mother and you’re gonna be a mom.'”
(Ari Shapiro/ABC) “Bubble” is “Baby” in a new ad campaign for “Baby.”
(ABC) The series stars the voices of Tina Fey, Kate Micucci, and Margo Martindale, as well as an “A.B. Baby” voice.
The cast includes the late David Cross, who died in February at age 94, as Baby Boomers’ father, Bob, and the late Tina Fey as their mother, Amy.
“Boomers are a funny group of people, and I really like that there are these funny characters, but the real joy comes from the real stories,” Fey said.
(ABC News/Bubbles) “I’ve been a huge fan of Baby Boomer music and movies,” Martindales said.
The singer and songwriter also added that she is thrilled to be the executive producer of the series.
“There’s nothing like a good, funny, well-written baby boomer,” Martingale said.
It was Martindalas dream to be on the show, so she is excited to make Baby Booms debut.
“When you look at what Baby Boers have achieved, there is something special about them and I think that makes this series such a great addition,” she said.