Supernanny (UK)

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Channel 4 Premiered Sep 01, 2004 In Season

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Supernanny (UK)

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Welcome to the Supernanny (UK) guide at TV.com. This guide will cover the UK (original) airing and format of the programme. Following the success of the hit first series in the UK and a resulting series in America, Supernanny is back! No-nonsense nanny Jo Frost returns with her magic for series two, with four new episodes to be followed by eight more later in the year, putting modern families, parenting and childcare back under the microscope. Each week, Supernanny promises to transform the lives of a different family and put a stop to the unruly bad behaviour of children who are driving their parents insane. Having tackled tantrum-prone toddlers in series one, this time Jo takes on a range of problem children from terror tweens to troublesome teenagers, and from destructive daughters to children who won't eat, sleep or go to school. In her frank and upfront style, Jo forces each family to confront the real issues behind the bad behaviour. Then, with her recipe of strict discipline and tried-and-tested techniques, she sets about teaching the parents how to turn their kids around; but can she meet these tough new challenges with each family in just three weeks?moreless

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AIRED ON 12/6/2006

Season 3 : Episode 1

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  • When will there be real families for this show?

    5.6
    So I love this show. But....every time I watch it...I notice that the homes and families seem like they are "well off families". Oh poor rich Jane that can't keep her kids under control!! Sorry for the sarcasim. Let's send Super Nanny to house that REALLY needs help!



    I would love to so Miss Nanny go to a house in the projects or a house in a normal, middle class family to help with their children. These are the homes that REALLY need some of Super Nanny's help! Considering that the nanny is so good at helping the parents learn how to organize, schedule, etc. I think that the "real families" in need should be addressed. It might not be such a "pretty picture" on tv...but it would definately be more productive and entertaining at the same time!



    I think that if the show took this route...you would also have a bigger viewing audience.moreless
  • If your a parent and need help with your kids behavioural problems i would reccomend this show.

    9.5
    This is a great show to get advice for your kids behavioural

    problems (if they have any) or a show for kids to watch to see how discruptive some other kids behaviour is, Jo Frost is qualified Nanny that can handle kids with discruptive behavioural problems. She intentianly works with kids and there family's to help them over come there bad behaviour. She sets out a plan and examine's the family after teaching them everything they need to know to help there kids, some people need to understand that kids act like this because they feel unloved or petrayed, there for it isn't the kids fault. These behavioural disorders can become way out of line, thats why there is Super Nanny. If you do have young kids who do have behavioural problems this is definately a show for you.moreless
  • The Supper nanny show last night, January 2, 2008

    2.6
    I watch the super nanny shows last night from 9 to 11 P.M. I always liked the show, except last night's episodes where spoiled by all the commercials. 15 minutes of the show and 45 minutes of commercials. Unless you get rid of some of those commercial times, I will no longer watch the show.Jo is wonderful and she really knows her stuff. The parents on last night's show from 10 to 11 where absolute idiots, should not be parents and Jo should have reported them to the local Social Security immediately upon arrival for child abuse. Even the girls knew that the parents were only acting for the cameras. As soon as Jo left and the cameras and video were gone, the parents went back to their old habits. Those parents should never had brought children into the world to only use as child labor.moreless
  • This show is awesome! I love it!

    10
    This show is all about a Jo Frost and her helping of families. When ever a family gets out of control or gets reckless, or anything else you could think of, Super Nanny steps in to help. She helps the parents have better stragtegies for handling their kids' behaviors and also gives them advice on what to do. The parents eventually learn the errors of their ways from the past, and at the end of each show, they show a family update. In that family update, everyone usually looks happy and has a better life. Super Nanny has always been there for other families, and will always be.moreless
  • the nanny helps parents with their problem child

    7.5
    the nanny helps kids who do bad things and she helps the parents to understand why and it's sometimes funny and sometimes crazy and the show and it's great, the show really helps some people, and sometimes it's very interresting to watch and that's it's a very good show. it's great.
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      Does she even know what she is talking about? I think so... her methods are so... cutting edge... but still very... ancient wisdom...
      07/05/08
      6
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      My name is Lori Foster and I am the mother of Brenden Foster that just appeared on the Mahalik episode of the "Super Nanny."  Fir...
      01/16/07
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