As ABC Family President Michael Riley hinted at TCA last month, the millennial-skewing network is officially getting back into reality programming,
On Thursday ABC Family ordered Beverly Hills Nannies, a docuseries following a group of nannies working for families in the famous ZIP code. The series, which comes from the production studio behind the Beverly Hills and Orange County versions of Bravo's Real Housewives franchise, will begin production this spring.
The network has also greenlit new comedy series Baby Daddy about a young man who unexpectedly becomes a father when a baby girl is left on his doorstep by his ex-girlfriend. The multi-camera project stars Chelsea Kane (Dancing with the Stars), Tahj Mowry (The Game) and Derek Theler (90210).
ABC Family has also renewed The Secret Life of the American Teenager for a fifth season, which will take the series over the 100-episode mark, a first for the network.
In addition, Tori Spelling and Tia Mowry have been cast to star in the holiday movie The Mistle-Tones, which will anchor the network's annual "25 Days of Christmas" programming event.