How the new Disney Channel sitcom ‘Sonny’s Got a Baby’ could become the next TV series to star a child star

By now you’ve probably heard of ‘Sonos’ , a Disney Channel comedy series that was launched earlier this year with the promise of a new generation of kids who are “grown-ups now.”

But what exactly is this show?

And will it be as good as ‘The Simpsons’?

Here’s everything you need to know.

What is ‘Sonys’ and how does it compare to ‘The Homer Simpson Show’?

Sonys is a sitcom starring ‘Sonnie’ — a 14-year-old boy who is voiced by actor and comedian Dave Foley.

‘Sonnys’ has been described as a family sitcom with a satirical tone and a “realistic” tone.

It features a wide variety of characters, including a young African American family who are trying to live their lives as normal people in a world of superheroes, superheroes, and a robot that talks to you.

It’s set in an imaginary neighborhood of Detroit called the “Redskins Country Club” where children from all over the country gather to have a baseball game, and the “Little Pampers” of “Moes’ Town” attend as “kids” to play tag with.

Foley says that he wanted to “challenge people to think about how far they have come, to imagine what they could do to change the world.”

The series is set in Detroit in the 1970s, but the show also features references to the 1980s, including the Detroit Pistons, the Flintstones, and even the 1980 “Rising Star” team of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, and Dirk Nowitzki.

The series also features a large number of children’s toys.

Families who watch the series may recognize their children from previous “Sonys” episodes, and they may even know each other from prior seasons.

But ‘Sonns’ is different than ‘Sonpsons,’ in that there are no “Kobe Bryant, Duncan, etc.” characters, and instead, each family has a different “pipeline” of characters to relate to.

In contrast, ‘Sonnos’ is all about a “family of heroes,” including a “boy who is a rapper” who plays a guitar and who also plays a drum, a “little pamper,” and a man who is “a superhero who has a super-powers” and “takes on super-hero-like responsibilities.”

The show was created by the creators of ‘The Sonos Show,’ a series created by comedian Dave Fridmann.

Fridman is a frequent critic of the entertainment industry, and he was among the first to suggest that “the most dangerous job in entertainment is writing.”

‘Soninos’ is the first show that Frideman and the other creators of the series have created.

The show’s first season premiered on March 8, 2017, and it has since been watched by over 6 million people.

The “Sonos” brand is already very popular, having become the fastest-growing brand in the U.S. in 2017.

“Sonnies” are the second-most popular brand in 2017 behind Disney.

In 2017, the “Sonnos” brand saw a record number of TV shows ordered, including three animated series.

‘The sonns’ show was also featured on Cartoon Network’s “Adventure Time,” while ‘Sonna’s’ show has been featured in Disney Channel’s “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”

In 2017, “Sonns” had a second season order of over 1.2 million, making it the third most-ordered animated series in the country.

Facts about the show:The “Lions” are a family of superheroes.

Sonns’ brother, “the lion,” is a superhero known as “Dinotrucker.”

The “Lion” is also known as the “Giant.”

The sonns have “superpowers” like flight, and “Super-Pump” can generate powerful energy that they use to battle their enemies.

In the series, “Dino-Lion is a super superhero and his brother Dinotruck is a villain.

They’re part of a superhero team known as ‘the Lion’s Club,'” according to the show’s official website.

“The Lion’s League” is a team of superheroes led by “Dinos” and the sonns.

“Dins” and his brothers are “the leader of the Lion’s team,” and they’re also the “leaders of the family of super heroes.”

In 2018, “The Sonns” aired the first season finale of the “Fahrenheit 9/11” television series.

“FAHrenheit 9-11” is based on a true story of an event that occurred in the 1980’s that led to the 9/12 terrorist attacks.

The “Fahlrenheit 9 series” was created in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.