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Supernanny Jo Frost comes to the rescue of a family caught up in a pattern of hitting, aggression and unhappiness. Jo takes Jennifer, the mom, on an emotional journey to break the cycle of violence that was inflicted on Jennifer as a child.
With a trucker husband, David, who is sometimes gone as many as 10 days in a row, stay-at-home mom, Chia, can’t control the children. When she tries to correct them, her temperamental brood responds by hitting and kicking her, cursing and other aggressive behavior.
Stacie and Joe Fager are the proud parents of a blended family in Iowa, but with six children, they both feel overwhelmed and exhausted. With her husband gone most of the week, stay-at-home mom Stacie has a hard time controlling the children, so she hardly ever leaves home with the kids in tow, and family vacations are a rarity.
With five rambunctious boys in a small house, Ken and Vania Swanson have reached the end of their rope – and possibly the end of their marriage. Vania has filed divorce papers and Jo Frost is the family’ s last hope of reconciliation.
Donna is a single mom whose son, Cole, survived a two-year, all-consuming battle with leukemia, and soon afterwards, her husband Steve suddenly died. Left alone to bring up their four children, Donna was so depleted she lost control of the kids.
Supernanny Jo Frost travels to Hawaii to help Will and Michelle Smith, who are clueless when it comes to raising their two boys. Without mastering even the basics of discipline, they worry that, if they can’t cope with their children now, they’ll never cope with their boisterous boys in the future.
Little Sean, at just four years old, is the dictator of the Haines household, and crying, whining, hitting, spitting, punching, kicking and biting seem to be his preferred methods of communication. Mom and Dad’s passivity when it comes to discipline has enabled the boys to spiral out of control.
The four Nitti boys are at war with each other and their mom. Darren, Matthew, Devin, and Jared are so violent that they leave serious welts and scars, and the oldest son has hit, kicked, punched, spit and head-butted his mother, Lisa.
John and Denise Bruno have their hands full with their four girls. Dad’s got issues with the two teenagers, while Mom’s fed up with the two youngest children.
Brian McAfee is a newly-divorced father living a lonely, isolated life in Alaska with his four children, who all have serious behavior problems from the lack of discipline. Brian has shut himself off from the world and his own children in many ways.
Karolee and Jay Goins have a beautiful, young family with a not-so-pretty problem. Mom, who is pregnant with her fourth child, is completely exhausted by her brood’s out-of-control behavior.
Jency Williams is a single mother who works two jobs and relies heavily on her elderly grandparents to help her out with her three children. Being the main caregivers and disciplinarians for the children, the grandparents worry about what Jency will do when they aren’t able to help her any longer.
Anthony and Alice Walker have their hands full with three children. They also have Marcus, a nephew who lives with them full-time, and a thriving daycare business based in their home.
Jo Frost tries to help an overwhelmed mother and a father who gives in to the bossiness of their three children.
With four kids under four, this supermom needs Supernanny. Without much help from her husband, Michael, Tamara struggles with being outnumbered by her rambunctious children.