THE SCHUMACHER KIDS HAVE IT ALL, BUT THEIR PARENTS HAVE JUST HAD IT!
CAN "SUPERNANNY" HELP?
FIND OUT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9 ON ABC
"Schumacher Family" -- Meet the Schumachers, the ultimate 21st century American family -- hard-working parents who strive to give their beautiful children everything--everything, that is, except boundaries, responsibilities and goals. So, instead of gratitude, the kids have attitude, in abundance. The oldest, Jessica (14), belittles her parents for not giving her more expensive things and having a bigger home (their house is quite sizable, but she calls it "a dump"); Alexi (11) is constantly online with a social networking site, pretending to be older and chatting with strangers. Dylan (7) is bored, so he amuses himself by cursing, obscene gestures, hitting, spitting, kicking and punching. Parents Teri and Brian can't understand why their kids treat them like servants and complain so much. It's a common dynamic, uncommonly extreme, and Jo Frost has a wake-up call for the clueless, but well-meaning parents on "Supernanny," WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Nick Powell is the creator and executive producer of both the American and British versions of the show. Nick Emmerson and Holly Wofford are executive producers 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 posted closer to airdate.