Every episode of Supernanny is a goldmine of information about family dynamics and how to deal with disruptive children. From mealtime tantrums and sibling squabbles to terrible travel and bedtime brawls, it's all in our TV archive. Look back over old episodes to discover how Supernanny tackles the issues.
Naughty boys and girls beware! Supernanny is back, and this time she's in Liverpool, home to the Hancox-Smith family.
In the next explosive episode of Supernanny, Jo joins the increasingly desperate Weinstein family, with stay-at-home mum Chia at the end of her tether about her children's bad behaviour and dad David resentful that he has to play the 'bad guy' to keep control.
In this series, Jo is on an American mission.....
Vicki and Aaron Newton are separated and share custody of their two sons, Aaron (12) and Kobe (5). The boys are absolute angels when they're with their Dad, but Kobe is a nightmare when he's with his Mum. He's violent, destructive, hits, kicks, slaps and swears. He even throws rocks at Jo!
Meanwhile Aaron is also a problem - he's not aggressive, but constantly talks back to his mother.
It's the first time Jo's observed life in two different homes, and had to make different recommedations for each parent. Can she get them to collaborate at all?
Seven year old Brandon is terrified of food, and mealtimes in the Bixley household have become a nightmare. Brandon has been avoiding most foods since a bout of gastric flu as a baby, but what started as fussy eating has become an obsessive fear that dominates family life.
Supernanny Jo Frost is called in to tame the Young family of five boys. With so many kids in the house, itâ€™s a case of mob rule, and the parents are desperate for help.
Three year old Matthew is spreading misery throughout the Pollard-Morris home. But when Supernanny Jo Frost arrives, she makes an unexpected diagnosis.
Supernanny heads to Birmingham where four feisty children - and their dad - are driving mum mad! Six year old Tyler punches his mother and lashes out at his sisters.
Jo Frost takes on two brawling brothers, seven year old, Louis and five year old Rhys. Mum Steph has no control over the destructive duo and canâ€™t stop them fighting with each otherâ€¦ or with her.
Single mum Tara is being victimised by her four year old son, Rhys, and stroppy daughter, Shannon (aged 7). Eight year old Casey also suffers due to her siblingsâ€™ bad behaviour.
Mum Sandra is frustrated that her four year old twins listen more to dad than they do to her. In fact, she seems to have no control over them at all and regularly finds herself at the mercy of their tag team tantrum tactics.
A half Indian, half English family with four children - all under the age of seven â€“ finds itself with an unusual problemâ€¦ the kids are acting like adults before their time!
There are three children in the family but five year old Nathaniel is undoubtedly the ruler of the home. Ever since he was a baby heâ€™s had diabetes and has learned how to use his illness to make his parents feel guilty and give him what he wants.
Itâ€™s a case of mob rule in the Collins household, with four little devils terrorising their parents. Aggression and destruction have turned the family home into a war zone.
Supernanny faces a tough assignment when she agrees to move into the home of single mum Kelly Steer. Kelly's two young children have pretty much destroyed the family home.
Two year old Charlie is a raging toddler whoâ€™s destroying and dominating family life with his out-of-control behaviour. Mum Lucy and dad Steve are determined to turn their lives around and adhere to Supernanny's strict guidelines.