Nanny 911

 Nanny 911 Network: FOX
Episodes: 43 (hour)
Seasons: Three

TV show dates: November 3, 2004 — February 23, 2007
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Stella Reid, Deborah Carroll, Yvonne Shove, Yvonne Finnerty, and Lilian Sperling.

nanny 911 past TV show

TV show description:
Are your children out of control? Call Nanny 911!

This reality series features every day middle-class families who have four or more children and who need help getting their households in order. Nannies typically specialize in different areas of child management like etiquette and manners and controlling temper tantrums.

The nannies include Deborah Carroll, Stella Reid, and Yvonne Finnerty and are given assignments by Lillian Sperling.

Canceled and renewed TV show

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  1. Pat Smith says

    I want to talk with one of yur Nannies because we are putting on a “Positive Parenting in 2011; Growing Healthy Children Conference at Tulare, CA. This is a wonderful opportunity for families to come and focus on positive parenting. Because Nanny 911 is well known in the community we wanted to know if one of the Nannies would be interested in speaking to an audience on parenting. Could you please give me some contact phone numbers so that I could make some contacts. I am working with an agency called, Synchrony of Visalia which is located in Visalia, CA. This agency provides counseling services to the community and during this financial crisis they have been able to offer the Saturday Clinic which made it possible for clients to see a Practium Doctorate Graduate Student for $20. This has been very popular. The agency has succesfully kept its doors open but we are in need of raising some money that help them be able to continue to offer these services to the families in Tulare County. Synchrony has a parenting department who provide classes in the community, and they want to highlight positive parenting and this conference came as an idea to raise some money for the agency and provide the community with a lot of ideas regarding positive parenting.

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