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America has a Supernanny; Deborah Tillman is the tell it like it is home grown Nanny in the unscripted Lifetime program America's Supernanny. Similar to other nanny shows, America's Supernanny brings help to families who have lost control of their family, or, just don't know what to do anymore with a range of issues.

Supernanny comes to the home and observes first and then dishes out the advice to both the parents and the children. America's Supernanny travels the country and actually moves into the host families' home. This is a unique twist and allows her to observe the family all day, all night, all week. She requests no distractions such as TV, internet or outings and that just might be one of her secrets; spend time as a family enjoying each other. For that week she gets in the middle of the family, pinpointing what the issues are and working with the family to make them right. Her advice ranges from the most basic of behavior instructions to a more esoteric and almost spiritual advice with a focus on harmony and happiness. She concerns herself with both the health and happiness of everyone in the family and discusses it openly in a no nonsense way. Watch her expertly handle each situation, the show will provide an entertaining and educational experience.

Even the most well-adjusted family can pick up a tip or two; this is a show for any parent or parent to be. From bedtime issues to picky eaters to disrespect Supernanny tailors her advice for the family but it can easily be applied to any family.

This is not just a show about fixing problems but is a guide for how to best raise a family. With over 20 years of early childhood education experience, a book on the subject, and a successful multi location learning center Tillman beat all other 400+ applicants for the Supernanny position. She is a mother who has seen it all and wants to share her extensive knowledge, experience, and expertise with the families in each episode and with America.

There is no one secret to a perfect family but Supernanny doles out positive solutions to common problems and practical wisdom for future success.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on Lifetime
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
November 29, 2011
Comedy, Family, Reality
6.8/10
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America's Supernanny Full Episode Guide

  • Deborah helps a blended family that includes a 6-year-old who still sleeps with mom and dad.

  • Deborah intervenes to help an out-of-control family that includes five kids.

  • Deborah helps two teachers establish order at home.

  • Deborah responds to a 19-year-old daughter's plea to help her family by first removing their distractions - electronic devices.

  • Deborah helps family members who are dealing with a divorce.

  • The Supernanny takes on a professional wrestler, Jay is saying "I do" in a month but if things don't turn around soon, his family could be down for the count.

  • The second season opens with Deborah teaching a single mom in Rutherford, N.J., how to teach her three rebellious sons about respect and consequences.

  • Childcare expert Deborah Tillman visits the Skluzacek family in Montgomery, Minnesota. Deborah works to help mom Chris and dad Bruce tackle the behavior problems of their four unruly boys. Mom is in over her head with regards to discipline, so she resorts to locking her sons in their rooms for timeouts. Meanwhile, dad is completely overwhelmed by his children and avoids his family, preferring instead to spend time on one of his 17 hobbies.

  • Childcare expert Deborah Tillman will need to call on every trick in her book to tackle the Edwards family. Dad's disability has left mom to fend for herself against the most violent child Deborah has ever encountered! Eight year-old Austin has ADHD, and his violent assaults have left the family living fear. And with Austin and his seven year-old brother, Brandon, babied like infants, while daughter Aryel is a 12 year-old going on 20, the Edwards' family needs all the help they can get before it's too late.

  • Deborah tries to get a primarily absent dad, who is busy with his church congregation, to be more involved with his struggling family, which includes four kids, one of whom has Down syndrome.

  • Deborah pays a visit to a family with out-of-control triplets, a neglected 4-year-old and a baby girl who is on the same path as her siblings.

  • Childcare expert, Deborah Tillman, helps a family with 10 kids who are also expecting two more. She attempt to break a cycle of bullying and violent behavior in the home.

  • Childcare expert Deborah Tillman is desperate to save a family on the verge of divorce. A defeated Mom and Dad have checked out, leaving 9-year-old Dillon in charge.

  • Parents of 2-year-old quadruplets receive help.

  • Childcare expert Deborah Tillman has her skills put to the test when she meets Mark and Kim's family. When Dad Mark isn't working 70 hours a week as a chef at his restaurant, he spends his free time mountain biking and skiing, leaving Mom Kim to deal with tiny terror Tate and his sisters, clingy Nora and sullen-teen Neva.

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