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America's Supernanny 2 Seasons 2012

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (76) IMDb 6.9/10

America's Supernanny features the first true U.S. homegrown supernanny, Deborah Tillman, a Virginia-based childcare specialist. Tillman visits the homes of parents throughout the U.S. seeking guidance and assistance on how to best raise their children.

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Jay Zurlinden, Deborah Tillman

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1. The Weeks-Suszczynski Family

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.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: November 29, 2011
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2. The Paul-Sheckles Family

Childcare expert Deborah Tillman helps Mandy and Amy gain control of their 2½ year-old quadruplets while their two older children Amanda and Bradley compete for their attention.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: December 6, 2011
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3. The Denton Family

Childcare expert Deborah Tillman goes all out to save a family on the verge of divorce. A defeated Mom and Dad have checked out, leaving 9-year-old Dillon in charge, while conflicting schedules have led to bad communication, a nightmarish bedtime, and a clingy baby that won't take no for an answer.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: December 13, 2011
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4. The Carzell Family

Childcare expert Deborah Tillman takes on her largest family to date. With a whopping ten kids and two more due at any moment, Deborah must help Mom Nicole and Dad Sam break the cycle of bullying and violence that has developed in their home. Deborah has to stop the parents from spanking - and even from using a belt!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: December 20, 2011
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5. The Fitzgerald Family

Childcare expert Deborah Tillman pulls out all the stops to return an absent Dad to his struggling flock, and to give hope to a mother who feels like a failure. While Dad tends to his church congregation, Mom is left alone with four unruly kids! Garrett has Down Syndrome and his own set of special needs that require all of Mom's attention, leaving the three other children feeling neglected.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: January 3, 2012
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6. The Gregg Family

Childcare expert Deborah Tillman is going to have to call on every bit of her expert experience to tame the wild Gregg family. The parents split shifts to tend to their growing business, while the business of running the household has been left to the children! As a result, there's a strained marriage and a house of havoc.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: December 27, 2011
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7. The Edwards Family

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.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: January 24, 2012
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8. The Skluzacek Family

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.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 40 minutes Release date: January 31, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Jay Zurlinden, Deborah Tillman
Season year 2012
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers Nick Emmerson, Gena McCarthy, Jim Rapsas, Stephanie Schwam, Rob Sharenow
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By T. Hollins on May 9, 2014
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Its amazing what people will allow you to see of their personal lives. I recommend this series.
One show had a mom with issues, a husband that was enabling of those issues, and kids that were being fed by the parents and used sippy cups. They should've had their kids taken from them. This is beyond helicopter mom (and dad).
I couldn't watch anymore. My wife and daughter like to watch these.
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Of all the 'nanny' shows I like this one best. Debra actually tells parents, both those watching and in the home how to respond to their children's behavior. I've noticed that other nanny shows lack instruction but only show 'bad' behavior and then suddenly 'good' behavior with little or no instruction.
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By Robyn on April 29, 2014
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We love Nanny 911 but I felt in this version, the Nanny comes across overbearing, overconfident, all knowing and condescending. In the couple episodes we watched, there was a lack of physical affection encouraged between parent and child (after the calm down corner)...no hugs, just an explanation of what they did wrong and then move on to the next thing. This may be different in other episodes and can vary from family to family but it was sad to see a toddler go through 2 hours of the calm down corner and then be walked to bed without hugs. The Nanny displays emotions but I felt she was more abrasive than compassionate...almost like she needs to prove herself as a strong, confident woman. Her methods appear to work but you don't get warm fuzzies watching her.
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My daughter can't get enough of this. She's a 16 year-old who has tried to watch every single episode she can find. The families are just a mess, and so weak to their children it is unbelievable. The nannies are good at what they do, and my daughter says she learns a lot about kids and dealing with them. Good for both of us, because I believe she will surely wait a long time before she decides to get married and have any herself! I recommend this for people who like reality shows and are parenting young children. This is best for people with poorly structured households and young children that they love more than life. The kind of people who live in denial about their children's outlandish behavior, and cringe when other people try to advise them on what to do. You know, people who don't realize that everyone else, including their friends and relatives, hate to see them and their unruly little "town terrors" coming.
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I LOVE Supernanny. The original one with Jo Frost. While this Supernanny does have techniques that work really well (such as separation) I just like Jo better. I prefer time-out to calm down time. I love that we always see Jo work out a family schedule. I only watched a couple of episodes because this Supernanny did a few things that drove me nuts (such as calm down time instead of going to bed), but there you have it.
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This is an excellent show for me because I just like to see how these parents take care of their troubled kids. I also like the Nanny 911 series also. Though their is a mistake made in season 1, Episode 7 of America's Supernanny. When they were dumping the sodas down the sink, They said the whole bottle fills up with sugar and that is how much is in the soda it's self. That is not true at all. Just because the entire soda bottle fills up with sugar doesn't mean that is how much sugar is in the soda. There are about 32 grams of sugar in an average bottle of soda. That is about 1-2 tablespoons full. Other than that flaw, the show is really good.
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It's so nice to see something clean and positive in the reality TV category!! I've only seen a few episodes, but so far, this show fits the bill and could be a great encouragement to struggling parents - or even those who simply want a few good tips to make family life fuller, more peaceful and productive, and fun. What I've seen has been wonderfully without derogatory language of any kind and morally representative of Christian values. (Note: There may be one episode that is objectionable to supporters of traditional marriage.)
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I was assigned to watch this show for a Developmental Psychology class and, while I was a little reserved about the whole thing at the start, I was pleasantly surprised by the end. I loved how this amazing lady handled all those difficult and varied situations. She does not have a one-size-fits-all method, she actually listened and used what made sense. Also it was great to see the focus wasn't truly on the children, but the parents.

I recommend this show for anyone really, struggling parents and students aside, it gives you insight into other worlds and just how lucky you might be growing up in the family you did.
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