A British nanny extraordinaire travels across the country to help families with their child troubles.
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Jo Frost ...  Herself 12 episodes, 2004-2005
Nick Frost ...  Himself 9 episodes, 2005
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A British nanny extraordinaire travels across the country to help families with their child troubles.

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7 July 2004 (UK) See more »

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Supernanny is a three-part series in which Jo Frost comes to the rescue of families with badly behaved kids.
30 July 2004 | by d_n_a47See all my reviews

Supernanny Jo Frost, in each episode, gives a family the benefit of her hard-earned experience. But when she's gone will they succeed in sticking to her tough disciplinary rules or do they face a life dominated by unruly children.

Following in the vein of British documentaries "Wife Swap" and "How clean is your house" Supernanny gives an in depth look into the private family lives of average people, but with the added benefit of practical advice on ways to raise your children.

Jo advocates a tough love style of child care and the now infamous 'naughty step' has come into the popular vernacular in many British homes.

In just three short weeks the families featured were turned from a disorganised house of; sibling rivalry, screaming, kicking, biting kids and fighting parents, to a tranquil calm oasis of family love.

The series when aired gathered huge ratings and critical acclaim and is currently in talks to be reversioned for America.


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