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Supernanny started off as a British TV series. Different versions of Supernanny were broadcast in France, Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, The Netherlands, Israel, Belgium, Austria, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sweden with five further local format versions in production from Chile to Slovakia. Added to this, the UK and US English-language version have been broadcast in 47 different territories.

Supernanny (U.K.)

See also: List of Supernanny (U.K.) episodes The British Supernanny began airing on Channel 4 on July 7, 2004. The show spanned twenty-nine episodes contained into four series and the last episode was broadcast on October 8, 2008. An unnamed instrumental was used for most of the series.

Supernanny (U.S., ABC)

See also: List of Supernanny (U.S.) episodes The first American Supernanny show began airing on ABC on January 7, 2005. The show spanned 108 episodes contained into seven seasons and the last episode was broadcast on March 18, 2011. Reruns are broadcast on UPtv. A shortened version of "Be Good Johnny" was used as the theme song for seasons 1-4, while an unnamed instrumental theme was used for the rest of the series.

Unlike the British version, the first American version of Supernanny shares the parent's ages. The British version introduces the families with the families in front of the camera, and the narrator talking about the families. Most of these episodes contain "submission reels" from the families.

Supermanny

Supermanny

This reality project, Supermanny, centers on the tough-love guidance of Chicago-based child therapist Mike Ruggles.

Episodes

Viewership

America's Supernanny

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Hosted by Deborah Tillman, the series aired on Lifetime from November 29, 2011 to March 6, 2013. America's Supernanny had a similar format to the American Supernanny show hosted by Jo Frost.

Supernanny (U.S., Lifetime)

A new Supernanny show will begin airing on January 1, 2020 on Lifetime.

Term

The earliest known usage of the word "Supernanny" comes from an article published on The Telegraph, dated 23 January 2002.[1]

See also

References

  1. "All power to the supernanny"

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