Producers with the Fox TV show “Nanny 9-1-1” are making their first trip to Iowa to recruit families to put on the reality program. Peter Huntley, the show’s casting producer in Hollywood, says the diverse and knowledgeable English nannies are ready to offer their sage advice to Iowa parents in need.
Huntley says it’s for families having a little difficulty controlling their young children and the nannies come in, specializing in certain tasks, to help the kids behave. Their areas of expertise range from proper etiquette to controlling temper tantrums. He says they’re looking for several Iowa families who want to volunteer to be a part of the show.
Anyone can call as long as they have some sort of issue with their kids, ideally between the ages of two and nine. Nanny 911 follows veteran head nanny Lillian and her team of specialist nannies – Deb, Stella and Yvonne – who are armed with the do’s and don’ts of child-rearing.
Huntley says each nanny is ready to help exhausted parents tackle the issues that are creating chaos in their homes and whip the families into tip-top shape. He says they’ll be interviewing potential families in Des Moines on July 7th through the 13th. He says to call first and they’ll do a phone interview before meeting folks in person for the full interview. Call (323) 636-3637 or email “Nanny911Casting@gmail.com”.