Friday, February 13 9 p.m.

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Phil Davis smacks his children and curses at them. He expects his wife, a working mom, to handle all childcare responsibilities for their family, as well as cleaning the house, but she can never meet his standards and he offers no help. Supernanny Jo Frost tells Phil that his behavior is going to break his children’s spirits.

Friday, February 6 9 p.m.

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Amy always dreamed of having 12 kids, but she had no idea how hectic it would be. With husband Dale on the road most of the week as a truck driver, and 10 kids ranging in age from six months to 15 years old to take care of at home, Mom is so overwhelmed that she’s unloaded half of her parenting responsibilities onto her teenaged kids. Meanwhile, their eldest brother Logan, 15, and his teenaged sister, Carley, 14, have little time with their own parents or friends because they’re wrapped up corralling their younger siblings. In the midst of this, an unexpected family secret is revealed that affects everyone in the house.

Friday, January 9 9 p.m.

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic

Wisconsin parents Shawn and Shannon gave birth to twin boys, Bryce and Brandon, at age 18. The early years were relatively easy with the help of both sets of grandparents, but now those days are a distant memory. The twins, now four years old, have outgrown toddler stage and know how to flip their parents the bird and curse like sailors. Mom and Dad know they were passive for too long, but now they’re begging for help and don’t know where else to turn.

Friday, December 12 at 9 p.m. on CTV

NBA guard Mike James plays for the New Orleans Hornets, but his family lives in Houston. His wife, Angela, just gave birth to their fourth little girl, and Mike has dubbed his wife Super Mom. But Angela admits the kids are out of control, and when Mike is home, they’re so excited to see him that it becomes absolute chaos. Super Mom has a message for Supernanny: Help! Parenting isn’t a slam dunk for the James family, and Jo has some major confrontations with Mike.

Friday, November 21
9 p.m.

Emotions run high when Jo helps a recently-widowed mother of two learn to parent alone.

Friday, November 14, 8pm
Also airs at 9 p.m. AT on ‘A’ Atlantic and 9 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Jo goes to the United Kingdom to assist a single mom with three children, the youngest of whom curses and kicks his mother.

Friday, November 14

SUPER-MANNY is a one-hour SUPERNANNY special that follows therapist Mike Ruggles as he counsels a family of five struggling with disrespectful behaviour in the home. Ruggles visits the Marko family of Temecula, California, where parents Doug and Tracy have their hands full with three young daughters. The Marko house is filled with anger and chaos as Gwen’s – the eldest daughter — disrespectful behaviour influences her sisters. After getting to the root of Gwen’s anger and advising her parents on some strategies to combat her misbehaviour, Ruggles puts the Markos’ to the test.

Friday, November 7

John and Sarah Manley have been separated for over six months. John has his own apartment but has tried not to disrupt his children’s lives, so he has daily meals and spends every weekend in the family home, but overnights in his own apartment. The children, Max, 7, and Claire, 4, can’t quite figure out what’s going on, so they handle their worry and confusion by acting out with anger, backtalk, fighting and tantrums. When the couple decides to divorce, John and Sarah turn to Jo to help them navigate this transition with their children.

Friday, October 31

Blythe, a single working Mom with six kids has lost control of her family since her divorce. Can Jo help Blythe restore order?

Friday, October 24
9 p.m.

It’s practically summertime in Georgia, but the Winter family is living in a perpetual storm. Mom and Dad moved the family from New York to Marietta where they thought it would be an easier life. Dad finds it hard to trust any of the kids, but especially his eldest daughter, Kristin, a teenager in an unfamiliar place. She is on the verge of turning seventeen, and her father still doesn’t trust her new friends. The four younger children are out of control and run away whenever the door is unlocked. Can Supernanny bridge the gap between father and daughter and also help the whole family get back on track?