The reality series will return to TV in 2020.
March 27, 2019
Lifetime announced today it is bringing Supernanny back to television for a new 20-episode season. The original Supernanny herself, Jo Frost, is returning to once again lend her expertise to help struggling families raising their kids.
The reality series last aired on ABC in 2011. Lifetime is not completely unfamiliar with the format though, as a spin-off called America's Supernanny aired for two seasons on the cable network in 2012 and 2013.
Look for the revived Supernanny to premiere on Lifetime sometime in 2020.
03/28/19 at 10:30am
@Raylan125 - HA HA HA!! YUP! That is how I was raised. And time outs. Spanking when I was really bad or did something that could hurt myself or others.
03/28/19 at 05:05am
How is this a show? Spank them when they misbehave and give them less sugar. Who needs super nanny?
03/27/19 at 09:10pm
Never heard of it but I don't watch reality TV anyway.
03/27/19 at 06:48pm
They have literally run out of new ideas.... they have remade every movie, resurrected all old shows, reworked everything, and the only thing they have left is reality garbage, fake news, sports, and shows that either make no sense or are political propaganda disguised as show. What did Jo burn through her money already?