18 Kids and Counting
Jo Frost finds herself up against nine-year-old Ben and four-year-old Joseph, who are not only aggressive and destructive, but are determined to prove that Supernanny can fail.
A family of six present Supernanny Jo Frost with a different kind of challenge: reminding everyone who the parents are and who are the kids.
This week supernanny, Jo Frost, comes to the rescue of older parents Doug and Sandra who are struggling to control their four-year-old twins, George and Nicole.
Supernanny Jo Frost faces one of her toughest challenges: a feisty nine-year-old girl who bosses her family around and terrorises her little sisters.
Jo Frost comes face to face with Debbie and her daughters where she's confronted by some of the most shocking behaviour she's ever seen in all her 16 years' experience.
Supernanny Jo Frost comes to the rescue of Stuart and Laura, whose eldest child Matthew (five) leaves Laura bruised and bleeding. Can Supernanny control his anger?
Supernanny Jo Frost comes to the rescue of families with uncontrollable kids, going head-to-head with a seven-year-old girl who's holding her whole family to ransom.
Supernanny is on a mission to liberate a mum overwhelmed by the clingiest of toddlers. Michelle Ball's three-year-old son acts like a baby and is violently jealous of his baby brother.
This week Supernanny is called to deal with a food-phobic seven-year-old, but when she witnesses a mealtime, she realises the family's problems run much deeper.
Supernanny Jo Frost returns to see how the Woods family are doing with their three children, 13-year-old Caitlin, 11-year-old Billy and three-year-old Charlie, who used to rule the roost.