Episode 1 Preview: 11/03
THEY’RE OUT TO TAME THE TERRIBLE TWOS …
AND THREES, FOURS, FIVES AND SIXES ...
“NANNY 911” LAYS DOWN THE LAW WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, ON FOX
This new, family-oriented, unscripted series follows an experienced Head Nanny and her team of “specialist” nannies, armed with the dos and don’ts of child-rearing. These diverse and knowledgeable English nannies have specific areas of expertise ranging from proper etiquette to controlling temper tantrums. Each one is ready to help exhausted parents tackle the issues creating chaos in their home and whip their families into tip-top shape. The nannies at NANNY 911 will observe the chosen families and study the parent/child dynamics. Head Nanny Lillian will review each case and assign the nanny best suited for the challenge at hand. The nannies will then come into the families’ homes, counsel the parents and work their incredible “Mary Poppins”-like magic to transform the terrible tykes into perfect angels, starting on the series premiere of NANNY 911 Wednesday, Nov. 3 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NAN-101) (TV-TBA)
Cast: Head Nanny Lillian, Nanny Deb, Nanny Stella, Nanny Yvonne and Butler Fraser.
Uber-nanny Deb (R) councils Karen (C) on the art of effective child discipline on NANNY 911 premiering Wednesday, Nov. 3 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Also pictured: Natalie (L).
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This is the family that I think has the ads airing now with the 4 year old boy screaming his head off for the whole ad, and then it asks "had enough?" Why yes, I would get tired of that rather quickly. I hope that the nanny will be able to actually help these parents get some control over the kids.
Watching unruly kids? Sounds like an everyday trip to the mall or most dining experiences these days. It will be interesting to see if the nannies can handle these kids. I'm curious to see if the "English nanny" way of child-rearing will have any effects on these havoc-wreaking kids. I surely hope so.
you know, shrinking violet, I secretly think the same thing when I'm out in public and I see people with completely out of control children. I'm a single mom with one little girl who is usually quite well behaved, so I'm lucky and I know it isn't easy for parents, but I can't imagine allowing my child to wreck havoc in a restaurant like I see, well, almost everytime I go out to eat. My daughter sits at the table with me, coloring or playing with the toys we bring for her and talking to the adults (and other kids if there are any) at our table until we're ready to leave, not even thinking of the possibility of running around the restaurant and pulling off tableclothes and accosting strangers. Granted, she's just one child, but I'm just one parent, and I don't know how it gets so out of control.
Well, congratulations on a well-behaved child, LG. I don't know how kids get so out of control, either. Wouldn't it be nice if these nannies were able to work their magic on some of these kids?
Granted, she's just one child, but I'm just one parent, and I don't know how it gets so out of control.
If this is the family with those screaming brats,but if it is ,how in the world do these parents put up with that crap. The commercial alone had me scrambling for the remote mute button.
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