TWO TINY TERRORS ARE SO WILD THEY LITERALLY CLIMB THE WALLS,
BUT IT�S SUPERNANNY TO THE RESCUE, MONDAY, MARCH 27 ON ABC
Sherman and Joelle Young work opposite shifts at their jobs, with Dad watching the kids during the day while Mom works, and then handing them off to Mom before going to work at 4:30 p.m. They barely see each other six days a week. Well-behaved oldest child Dylan, 13, is often pressed into service as a babysitter or overshadowed by his siblings, Shermie, 5, and Shelby, 3, who are literally climbing the walls � Shelby can reach the top of a door frame when she tries. Shermie is rambunctious, disrespectful, aggressive and hits his mother. During timeout, he�ll run all the way out the door and up a tree, and Shelby is no better. She�s apt to pull every book off the house�s shelves when angered, eats dinner in front of the TV instead of with the family, and both tykes refuse to stay out of Dylan�s room. Joelle copes by yelling a lot, which the kids ignore, and Dad has no idea how to engage with his children. Can Jo fix the Young family? �Supernanny� airs MONDAY MARCH 27 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Hailed by the New York Times as �fascinating� and �required viewing;� praised by Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman and Kelly Ripa; acclaimed by such publications as Newsweek, Hollywood Reporter and The New Yorker; and lauded by parents and nannies across America, �Supernanny� is a hit. Jo Frost, as Supernanny, can tame the wildest toddler, soothe the savage six-year-old and get the most difficult child to overcome problems with behavior, sleep, mealtime, potty training and other challenges that have vexed parents around the world for centuries. After just three episodes of the show aired in the U.K. in summer 2004, Jo Frost became Britain�s hottest new TV star and godsend to desperate parents who were dazzled by her amazing results with misbehaving children. She debuted in America in early 2005 and captivated Americans as well with her practical, no-nonsense style, honed over 16 years of nannying. �Supernanny� is now an international phenomenon; it airs in over 47 territories, almost all of them with Frost as Supernanny. Her book, Supernanny: How to Get the Best from Your Children, was a No. 1 New York Times bestseller.
On the show, Jo observes how the parents handle their day-to-day obstacles with their children. Once she�s assessed the pitfalls, she works with the parents, instilling her tried-and-true methods for transforming unwanted behavior. Then, after demonstrating just how well the new style will work and getting unbelievable results from the children, the parents must fly solo with the Supernanny techniques. For several days they try to implement Jo�s suggestions, and she revisits them at the end of the program to help keep them on track for the future. When parents witness Jo�s results and -- even better -- achieve them on their own, they are truly believers in the Supernanny way. Best of all, children and adults alike can enjoy the lasting benefits of a more harmonious family life.
Nick Powell is the creator and executive producer of both the American and British versions of the show. Craig Armstrong is executive producer and Tony Yates the co-executive producer of the American version. �Supernanny� is produced by Ricochet, Ltd. �Supernanny� is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to airdate.