SuperNanny Casting Call in Phoenix this Weekend

Are your kids driving you nuts? Had enough sassy back talk, disrespect and shenanigans? These are the questions ABC’s casting team will be asking Arizonans this weekend at Arizona Science Center in hopes to find families with children (toddlers to teens) to take part in their hit TV series SuperNanny Season Five featuring Jo Frost, America’s number one nanny!


Recruiters for the show SuperNanny will be on-hand at Arizona Science Center this weekend, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 24 through 26.

Producers are searching for families from every type of background who are ready for the opportunity of a lifetime—a visit from America’s number one nanny, Jo Frost!

What ABC is looking for:

  • families with unique interests
  • parents who have ordinary and extraordinary circumstances
  • teen moms
  • parents with mean girls or bullying boys
  • culturally diverse parents
  • blended families where both sides are seeking help

Parents unable to attend the casting call can still apply by e-mailing producers at or by calling 1.877.NANNY.TIME.

Our favorite babysitter Jo will arrive in her special SuperNanny taxi ready to enter a new home to hopefully improve the family dynamic. Now, you’d think just the entrance of the English nanny would bring out the best behavior in the family, but viewers continuously shocked to see how much help these people need.

The show is known for the onscreen tantrums to timeouts. SuperNanny gives us an all-access look into families to determine the very root of each unit’s problems.  “Jo identifies these, and corrects both the thinking and approaches of parenting for the family.” The great thing about SuperNanny is Joe Frost takes control as a guide for the parents and children, but in the end of the episode the families try her rules and techniques on their own for a few days. Viewers are always amazed at how much Frost can change a family in such a short time.

But even more importantly, the show features a revisit, which is the “most rewarding part” for the SuperNanny team, as they get to see how Jo has realistically affected their lives. “The parents’ attitudes change from despair to elation in the course of one episode.” It’s sometimes necessary to have a tissue box nearby while watching this series.

“While we may not have children like the ones in these particular families, as viewers, we’re given techniques and advice that may help us in the future with our own kids.”

Not only is Jo Frost a hit on national television, her book, “Ask SuperNanny” is an international best seller and follows up her first book “SuperNanny: How To Get The Best From Your Kids,” which spent several months on the New York Times Bestseller list.

Arizona Science Center
600 East Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85004

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