Supernanny’s Jo Frost back for new season after eight-year break

Icon of British television Jo Frost is back on screens with a new season of Supernanny, which will kick off on January 1, 2020.

The 48-year-old took an eight-year break, however she returns to screens in the US on channel Lifetime, with 20 brand new episodes.

In a menacing trailer for the show, Jo can be seen in a blacked-out car wearing sunglasses while talking on the phone to a mystery caller.

In the style of Hollywood film Taken, Jo mimic Liam Neeson and says: "I don't know who you are, but let me tell you what I'm doing here.

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"I'm here because I have a specific set of skills. Skills that I've perfect throughout my entire career, dealing with people just like you.

"If you listen to me now, this whole situation may turn out different for you, but if you don't…"

She then enters a house which has been completely ransacked, before approaching a chair and leaning down.

Jo continues: "If you don't, I will fix that."

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The trailer then shows a little girl, who replies: "Good luck."

Supernanny started back in 2004 on Channel 4 in the UK and ran for five series until 2008.

Jo then fronted another show – Extreme Parenting Guidance – for two series between 2010 and 2011.

The US version of the show, also starring Jo Frost, ran between 2005 and 2011 for seven seasons.

Speaking about heading out and helping families again, Jo said: "I'm looking forward to families across America having access to my parental education surrounding their family challenges, as this country/government is short on providing the resources, staff and funding families so desperately need in society."

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She added to People: "The USA has changed, it is hurting, families are struggling more, families are less confident than ever.

"The style of the show, the family issues are also over a wider spectrum and cover many different global issues."

Supernanny premieres on January 1 at 10pm ET on Lifetime in America

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