Casting call for ABC’s SUPERNANNY

Families encouraged to apply now for season 5 of ABC’s hit show

The casting team of ABC’s parenting series SUPERNANNY is currently casting for season five. Producers from SUPERNANNY are hosting an open casting call from 12 to 4 p.m. Aug. 23 at Kidsville Playtown, 12760 Danielson Ct., Suite F, Poway, CA 92064.

This season producers are searching for families with unique interests; parents who have ordinary and extraordinary circumstances; teen moms; parents with mean girls or bullying boys, culturally diverse parents, and blended families where both sides are seeking help. Producers want families from every type of background who are ready for the opportunity of a lifetime-a visit from Jo Frost.

Interested moms and dads in need of help with their out of control kids may apply for the show by attending the casting call and/or calling 877/NANNY TIME (1-877-626-6984) or e-mailing CNazzaro@ShedMediaUS.com.

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