Supernanny Jo Frost is back to screens after 8 years with new season of her parenting show
The show will look at helping more families with their out-of-control children.
Jo Frost has been responsible for transforming several lives with many families grateful to her for her sensitive but no-nonsense way of parenting.
It has been eight years since the last episode of her hit show, 'Supernanny'. The show is all set to return to the screens as she tackles a whole new generation of difficult and out-of-control children. The childcare expert has filed around 20 episodes of her show, which will be featured on LifeTime.
She is seen relying on her successful formula of helping families raise children with discipline, kindness and love. She also released a parody trailer, which seems to be inspired by Liam Neeson's film 'Taken', which shows Frost taking a phone call as she is driven in convoy while sitting in a large black SUV.
Frost, 48 is told that the "subject has taken matters into his own hands". She then calmly responds saying, "I'm here because I have a specific set of skills. Skills that I have perfected throughout my entire career". Frost can be seen wearing heels as well as a black suit while stalking up a driveway and into a family's home.
Frost can also be heard saying to the unknown caller, "If you listen to me now, this whole situation may turn out different for you. But if you don't, I will fix that". When she confronts the caller, it turns out to be a preteen girl reclining on a chair.
A second trailer shows some parts from the show which feature Frost sharing her thoughts on parental love. The show promises to be sensitive and caring as it was in the original. As reported by GoodHousekeeping, she shared, "It feels wonderful to continue helping families. I never went away. I've always been helping families. But I'm very excited to be back on Supernanny, the brand I started".