‘America’s Supernanny’ Deborah Tillman Is Moving In

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Deborah Tillman, ‘America’s Supernanny’ is back for another season of helping families, but there’s a twist.  This time around, she’s moving in with families for a week and banning them from leaving the home or using electronic devices.  The vamped up show is called “America’s Supernanny: Family Lockdown” and it airs on Tuesdays at 10pm on Lifetime.

This morning the childcare expert offered advice to PIX11 co-anchors Sukanya Krishnan and Frances Rivera.  Rivera just returned from maternity leave for her second child and Krishnan announced for the first time that she’s expecting her second child.  They had plenty of questions for ‘America’s Supernanny.’

Tillman also gave the ladies the lowdown on an upcoming episode which takes place in nearby Smithtown, Long Island.  It follows the Nullet-Boccanfuso family and airs on Tuesday, January 29th.

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