‘Baby Daddy’ Star Jean-Luc Bilodeau Has A New TV Show

Baby Daddy used to be one of my favorite shows on television. I loved the fact that it would make me laugh, cry, and it indulged my love of New York.

I also really loved the star of the show, Jean-Luc Bilodeau.

The actor is moving on to a new show. The actor has been cast as one of the leads in Carol’s Second Act, a medical comedy on CBS.

The actor will play Harvard graduate Daniel, an intern at the hospital who’s already been published by The New England Journal of Medicine. He hasn’t been published once. But TWICE. Hot doctor from an Ivy League school that is super smart? SIGN US UP.

Carol’s Second Act follows Carol Chambers (Patricia Heaton), a mother of two who has raised her kids successfully. She’s living life, but she retires from teaching and decides to try and become a doctor. It’s not the second act of life that I would choose, but that’s what makes it even more fun.

The show comes from Trophy Wife creators Emily Halpern and Sarah Haskins, Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, Heaton and David Hunt’s FourBoys Entertainment and CBS TV Studios.

What do you think? Would it be a show that you would want to watch?

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