We've all seen 'em. Some of us have been them. You know, those parents whose demonic children are horrifically out of control, causing exasperation for them and any unfortunate bystanders in restaurants, movie theaters, etc. Since smothering the little anklebiters with a pillow isn't an option, these moms and dads clearly need help to improve their parenting skills. That's where Fox's Nanny 911 (debuting tonight at 9 pm/ET) comes in.
Unlike Trading Spouses, however, this reality series doesn't invite strangers in to discipline people's kids for them. Four seasoned British nannies — Lilian, Deb, Stella, Yvonne — deal directly with the harried American parental units to solve their child-rearing problems.
"I go in and observe them for a day and tell them what they need to do," Nanny Deb, 40, tells TV Guide Online. "It's different from a regular nanny documentary show because I teach [the adults] how to hanread more