The Three Day Nanny - Netflix
Kathryn Mewes brings her 20 years of experience as a professional nanny to bear with her unique, three day plan of action to help families. Nanny Mewes lives with the families around the clock for three days to help them tackle everything from faddy eaters to out-of-control behavior and sleepless nights, and restoring order to households in distress. With coaching, advice and practical exercises, this modern-day Mary Poppins can transform parenting styles and restore harmony to family life.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Three Day Nanny - The Nanny (season 4) - Netflix
The fourth season of the American television sitcom The Nanny aired on CBS from September 18, 1996, to May 21, 1997. The series was created by actress Fran Drescher and her-then husband Peter Marc Jacobson, and developed by Prudence Fraser and Robert Sternin. Produced by Sternin and Fraser Ink and TriStar Television, the series features Drescher, Jacobson, Fraser, Sternin, Caryn Lucas and Diane Wilk as executive producers. Based on an idea inspired by Drescher's visit with a friend and Mary Poppins, the season revolves around Fran Fine, a Jewish woman from Flushing, Queens, New York, who is hired by a wealthy Broadway producer to be the nanny to his three children. Drescher stars as the titular character, Charles Shaughnessy as British-born producer Maxwell Sheffield, and the children – Maggie, Brighton and Grace – portrayed by Nicholle Tom, Benjamin Salisbury, and Madeline Zima. The series also features Daniel Davis as Niles, the family butler, and Lauren Lane as C.C. Babcock, Maxwell's associate in his production company who is smitten with him. Several recurring characters also played a role in the sitcoms plotlines, many of whom were related to Fran.
The Three Day Nanny - Cast and characters - Netflix
The Three Day Nanny - References - Netflix