Supernanny Season 1 DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 8.0
Video 8.5
Audio 8.9
Special Features 6.9
Total 8.0
Distributor: Roadshow
Running Time:
475 minutes
Classification:
 PG
Reviewer:
Andrew B

8.0


Supernanny Season 1

Parents around Australia can now rejoice as Supernanny Season 1 finally arrives on DVD that contains an astonishing 3-disc set, 475 minutes and some of the most entertaining and memorable bloopers and outtakes of reality television.

For those that have been living in a cave, the series revolves around Jo Frost, the Supernanny who begins each episode dressed as an English nanny and arrives at distraught family who simply cannot control their horrible children. By observing the family for a few days, Jo Frost soon pinpoints the issues that a family are having and comes up with a plan of attack.

This plan of attack is then used by the parents to hopefully turn their children from devils into angels but as one soon discovers, these tactics become repetitive and slightly modified for each family that she visits. Tactics such as talking to the child in a high voice when praising them or talking to a child in a low voice to discipline them, actually works miracles.

With that said, Supernanny has been praised by many around the world that include Oprah Winfrey, David Letterman, Kelly Ripa and publications such as the New York Times, Newsweek and the New Yorker.

For those parents who are having problems with their children, this documentary or reality television series may assist them with their parenting, whether it's various episodes themselves or the useful Top Ten Supernanny Techniques that is featured in the special features area of this set. 

This collection also features some entertaining extras that include the above mentioned Top Ten Supernanny Techniques, hilarious out-take bloopers and some updates and tip shows that will assist parents to solve a variety of problems that include poor behaviour, irregular sleep patterns and even potty training.

This series is presented in an aspect ratio of 4:3: that is exceptionally clear and sharp, match that with Dolby Digital 5.1 and you have one good looking television series.

In conclusion, I'm not sure whether this series is entertainment or a documentary or even a mixture of both but needless to say, I was glued to the television screen, watching all these horrible children become little angels. Great stuff! 

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