Wednesday, March 1, 2006

‘Supernanny’ Speeding Past Urban Families

LONDON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When Supernanny Jo Frost swoops down to thwart unruly children for the ABC show’s season premiere next Monday (Mar. 6), she’ll be landing in suburbia – again.

Producers of the show claim they’re not biased in selecting families, but with the number of upper middle-class homes she visits, media insiders wonder who are bigger terrors: the children of urban or suburban parents?

Executive producer Craig Armstrong says they get requests from a wide cross-section of families with devilish kids. In his words, “We just end up at homes of those who reach out to us.”

Frost pipes up, saying, “But give me the chance, and I’ll be there!”

She’s already been all over the U.S., which has given her a unique view on behavior by region – but not the children’s behavior.

Frost says parents seem to vary regionally.

She says east coast mothers tend to be “more up front” while southern fathers find it hard to “step back and be compassionate.”

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