Supernanny

Now Casting: Supernanny!

She's back! Supernanny, Jo Frost, is returning to Lifetime and she's looking to try to help YOU! Is your tween spending too much time on their computer and you can't get them to stop? Are you making four different meals every night to feed each of your picky eaters? Do your kids have such bad separation anxiety that you can't leave the house without a full meltdown? Are you and your co-parent at odds about the best way to discipline your kids?

Supernanny wants to try to help! Frost wants to infuse her decades of expertise to the issues facing modern-day families. With new social and behavioral challenges parents face today, Frost may bring hope and uplift families with her advice, techniques, and tips to iron out the chaos in their homes. If your family could use some help from Supernanny, apply today!

TO APPLY, SEND AN EMAIL TO supernannycasting@shedprod.com.

Send us a brief description of the issues you are facing, as well as family pictures, your email address, and best contact phone number. You may get chosen to be a family who participates in this show! *Must be U.S. resident.

 

 

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