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Frank and Danielle Minyon have an unruly toddler, Skyler, who rules the roost with massive tantrums that ensure she gets her way. Exhausted from chasing Skyler around all day, Danielle needs help adding structure and discipline to her family’s life.
Arthur and Cathy Webb are a dual-career couple who are juggling the demands of work, children, and sleep. With her husband traveling for work during the week, Cathy struggles to provide proper structure for her kids.
Cheryl McMillion is struggling to raise her three children on her own, while her husband, a National Guardsman, is serving his tour of duty in Afghanistan. With the boys acting out by fighting and yelling, mom’s had it with the aggression in her family.
Supernanny visits Judy and Ed Larmer to address the destructive, out-of-control, behavior of their four children. It isn’t long before Jo realizes that it’s the parents’ constant fighting and bickering with each other that is the source of the family unrest.
Paul and Denise Cooke and their three daughters tend to get into arguments that lead to shouting matches. The family rarely ventures out in public together for fear of an embarrassing scene.
Michael and Lorraine Amaral own a restaurant and work seven days a week, leaving them no time for their three “rough and tumble” boys. Mom’s hit her breaking point, trying to juggle work and family while the boys run wild in the restaurant.
Deidre and Trae Facente don’t know how to integrate their autistic son, Tristin, into their daily life with their twins. Supernanny Jo Frost teams with world-renowned autism expert Dr. Lynn Koegel to tackle the parenting issues faced by a family whose three-year-old autistic son is an outsider in his own home.
Tami and Shaun Keilen face trouble with twin terrors, Maile and Malia, who run the house with their screaming. With two other children lost in the mix, the parents struggle to regain control of their house from the demanding twins.
Jo Frost returns to Britain to help kickboxing couple Stuart Lambert and Laura Bradbury with their three children. The family is split down the middle with Stuart taking responsibility for his daughter and Laura fighting to control her violent son, Matthew.
After being born weighing only one pound each, Elizabeth and Bob Tsironis’ twin boys beat the odds to grow healthy and strong. Now. their grateful parents completely spoil the rambunctious toddlers.
Cheryl Carsley is a single mom whose divorce has left her five children emotionally scarred. The kids don’t listen or treat Cheryl with respect, and every technique she has tried has failed on top of this.
Cathy and Steve Schwartz both work full-time and Cathy’s sister, Donna, is the main caregiver for their four rambunctious children. Any attempts of discipline made are thwarted by Donna, which results in a chaotic household.
Tom and Danielle each have two children from previous marriages, and they have three children together. With Tom’s regular absence with the Army National Guard, Danielle, who is very disorganized, allows the children to run amuck.
Sherman and Joelle Young work opposite shifts at their jobs, leaving them to deal with their aggressive, disrespectful children alone. Joelle copes by yelling a lot, which the kids ignore, and Sherman has no idea how to engage with his children.
Erin and Jacob Harmony are out of their league raising three boys, who have issues with violence, tempers, and sleeping in their own beds. With discipline attempts going nowhere and no one getting any sleep, this family needs Supernanny now.
The Wujcik family is lacking mutual respect among all family members and a tranquil home life. Husband Tim is the fourth child in the family – undercutting wife Toni’s efforts at discipline and instigating trouble with the kids.
Lisa and Terry Jackson have five-year-old triplets. Lisa, a stay-at-home mom, is outnumbered and burned out by her boisterous, ill-behaved children, especially her strong-willed daughter, Isabella.
Vicki and Aaron Newton are separated, with joint custody of their two sons, Aaron and Kobe. Though the boys are angels for dad, young Kobe saves his worst, violent behavior for mom.
The Uva boys, Trevor and Travis, disrespect authority figures, curse, insult, and bully their classmates. They expect their parents to do everything for them, and they have the reputation for being the worst behaved kids at their mom’s pre-school.