A cute baby can turn a decent show into a party for your eyes — who’s the cutest baby on TV right now?
It feels like you can’t turn on primetime TV anymore without looking at a baby — and we think that’s great! From the evil mind of Family Guy‘s Stewie Griffin to the adorable blank stare of Teen Mom‘s Bentley, we’re having a hard time deciding which on-air baby is best. Browse our gallery of aww-inspiring babies and vote for your favorite!
- If you have young kids, you’ve probably seen Disney Channel’s Good Luck, Charlie — and aren’t you glad you did? It’s impossible to turn your head away from little Mia Talerico, who stars as baby Charlie.
- No Modern Family would be complete without a baby — and that’s why Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell Prichett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) adopted baby Lily!
- On Dexter, baby Harrison is cute enough to melt even the coldest serial killer’s heart.
- The first tiny face to accidentally appear on ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager was Amy Juergens’ (Shailene Woodley) baby, John!
- Teen Mom is a never-ending parade of adorable babies — obviously. Maci Bookout‘s son Bentley is already a heartbreaker with his adorable half-Blue Steel, half-lifeless stare. And Farrah Abraham‘s daughter Sophia, with her big brown eyes, might just be Bentley’s match. Lastly, even a psychotic mother can’t stop Amber Portwood‘s baby Leah from being a precious ball of fun.
- Sometimes I forget that FOX’s new comedy Raising Hope isn’t a documentary about the life of a ridiculously cute baby. With baby Hope constantly in he spotlight, it could totally pass for one.
- The Office‘s Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) make one of the cutest couples on TV — so it was no surprise their baby came out the same way!
- As the son of Don (Jon Hamm) and Betty Draper (January Jones) on AMC’s Mad Men, baby Gene really lucked out in the gene (pun intended) department.
- But TV babies don’t have to be real to be cute. The Simpsons just wouldn’t be the same without Maggie Simpson’s constant pacifier-sucking sound, and Family Guy often relies on power-mad Stewie to carry an episode.