Apr 4, 2013
Broadcasting & Cable
Upfronts 2013: TLC Picks Up Nine New Series
Complete Coverage: Upfronts 2013 TLC will have 52 new and returning series on its programming slate in 2013-14, including nine new projects announced on Thursday in advance of Discovery Communications' upfront presentation.
The parenting queen spills her secrets . . .
Parents' dream come true: Former 'Supernanny' Jo Frost and her bookPlay time: Joe believes in quality rather than quantity when spending time with kids You'll know Jo Frost as the no-nonsense face of 'Supernanny', but beneath her tough-talking exterior, lives a soft-spoken, 'normal' woman.
Mail on Sunday
The not-so-Supernanny: Mothers blast star's 'dangerous' advice on moving toddlers from a cot to a bed
No-nonsense approach: Jo Frost has been criticised for her views on when a child should be moved from a cot to a bed She can rein in the unruliest of toddlers, tame ugly tantrums, and - seemingly without effort - has calmed many a nightmarish household overrun by naughty children.
South Wales Argus
the Couch Potato: Live-'action' project is just one long yawn
THE trailer was enough to hook me in, with this promise from Jake Humphrey: "We're going live into the nation's homes to see what you lot get up to at bedtime." Imagine my disappointment, then, that instead of under-the-duvet cavorting between consenting adults, Channel 4 was attempting to put the nation to sleep.
Supernanny? Send her to the naughty step
'I'm highly intuitive,' insists the self-styled Super-nanny. 'I can look at a photo and tell you about your child's temperament and personality.' Say Frost had been around at the turn of the last century.