(NEW YORK) -- The hit show Supernanny is getting an American twist.
Lifetime announced Tuesday it's looking for "the country's best nanny" to take stern British nanny Jo Frost's place on the upcoming series American Supernanny.
Producers say they're looking to cast U.S. residents who are caregivers who have "a tough, but loving, philosophy to caring for children," and the "ability to determine the roots of highly emotional relationship problems within families in desperate need for help." The producers are seeking applications at www.mylifetime.com/shows/americas-supernanny.
The show will air later this year.
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