FIXIN' FAMILIES WEEK ON CMT BRINGS NEW EPISODES OF "NANNY 911" AND "WORLD'S STRICTEST PARENTS" ON SATURDAY, APRIL 18
NASHVILLE � April 7, 2009 � Mind your manners�it's Fixin' Families Week with all new episodes of NANNY 911 and WORLD'S STRICTEST PARENTS premiering Saturday, April 18 at 8:00 p.m., ET on CMT. From terrible twos to troubled teens, CMT has tough nannies and strict parents ready to crack the proverbial whip in two series that help families tackle the issues creating chaos in their homes.
Nannies Deb and Stella are back in brand new episodes of NANNY 911 beginning Saturday, April 18 at 8:00-9:00 p.m., ET. The Mazzei family has all but given up on their four-year old twins, Jack and Ava. It's Nanny Deb to the rescue as she must get the pair of screaming, sugar-obsessed kids and their poor potty skills under control.
Next, CMT premieres its new series WORLD'S STRICTEST PARENTS on Saturday, April 18 at 9:00-10:00 p.m., which documents the journey of two unruly teens from different families who must adapt to a new set of parents and rules. In the first episode, the Vinton family has agreed to take in teenagers Brittani and Ivan in a bid to get them back on track. The teens will be forced to adapt to the Vinton's strict rules which include no smoking, no piercings and no privacy.
New episodes of NANNY 911 and WORLD'S STRICTEST PARENTS debut each week on CMT at 8:00 and 9:00 p.m., ET.
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