New ABC Family Original Docuseries 'Beverly Hills Nannies' Premieres Wednesday, July 11th

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May 4th, 2012

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Burbank, CA (May 4, 2012) – Play dates on Rodeo Drive, ironing the baby’s Burberry, personal chefs and over-the-top parental demands are only just the tip of the iceberg for a group of nannies that work for high powered families living in the most exclusive zip code in the country in the series premiere of ABC Family’s new original docuseries “Beverly Hills Nannies,” on Wednesday, July 11th (9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT).


Beverly Hills Nannies is an hour long docuseries that shines a light on the reality of who really runs Beverly Hills – the Nannies! The Nannies are:

Kristin Lancione is one of the top nannies in Beverly Hills and after learning the ins and outs of the Hollywood Elite, she is opening her own nanny placement agency. Always keeping an eye out for the next great nanny, Kristin looks to make sure her nannies and the families she works for are happy. She has previously been a nanny for actress Lori Loughlin.

Lucy Treadway is a natural with children and has grown up taking care of kids her whole life, so being a nanny comes as second nature. Known to be quite the chatterbox, she loves to sing and dance with her charges. She was also a top nanny choice for Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen.

Amanda Averill is the newest fish in the 90210 pond after recently relocating to LA from the Mid-West. Learning the ways of living in Los Angeles and working for Beverly Hills families are definitely going to be an eye-opening experience for her.

Scott Cartmill is a woman’s dream – tall, good looking, Australian and excellent with children. This fact can get Scott into trouble at times with the Beverly Hills moms, but he shakes it off like a pro and always puts the kids first.

Shayla Quinn fell into the profession of being a nanny after helping a friend out one night and has loved it ever since. She loves bonding with the kids and is a stickler for manners and respect.

Amber Valdez is an aspiring TV show host, who uses her love of kids and the nanny business to pay the bills. She has been a nanny for actor/director/writer Nick Cassavetes and actress Heather Wahlquist.

In the Nanny business there are hirings and firings and even more so in Beverly Hills. The families that the nannies must try to manage are:


The Margolis Family – Known as the “Most Downloaded Woman of 1999,” model/actress Cindy Margolis is now a mother of three to children Nicholas (9 years old), Sabrina (6 years old), Sierra (6 years old).


The Faulk Family – Lindsay Faulk, wife of former NFL running back and Hall of Famer Marshal Faulk (who are currently separated), and their four children – Gabrielle (12 years old), Presley (12 years old), Farrah (9 years old) and Brooklyn (4 years old).


The Thames Family – Tricia Fisher, daughter of Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens, sister of Joely Fisher and step-sister of Carrie Fisher, and music producer husband Byron Thames, along with their 2 children – Hudson (18 years old) and Wylder (2 years old) .


The Bellamar Family – Ariane Bellamar, her new husband millionaire real estate mogul Barry Pettitt and Ariane’s daughter Emma (3 years old).


The Tsircou Family – Beverly Hills native Marika Tsircou, her high-powered attorney husband Kyri and their son Alexander (age 7 months).


The Solomon Family – Same-sex partners Sherry Solomon and Dana Solomon, owners of high-end LA design company 22 Bond St., and daughter Sterling (1 year old).


The series is produced by Evolution Media (“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “The Real Housewives of Orange County”) and the executive producers are Douglas Ross, Greg Stewart, Kathleen French, and Alex Baskin, as well as co-executive producers Donald Bull and David Shaye, and producers Maeve Quinlan and Kristin Lancione.
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  • TGS

    Beverly Hills Nannies? How much lower can reality TV sink?

  • It Girl

    Could be fun ! I’ll watch the First Episode. ;)

  • Amanda

    Really? I have never heard of these people other than Cindy Margolis. She looks really rough these days. Wonder if its drugs/alcohol/both. Her ex is a doll. Known him forever. Why would she need a nanny? I have yet to see her at any function w/kids. She puts on a good show when it comes to being on tv and is able to fake being a parent. Reality is, she is not. She is a messy person who is washed up. Can’t imagine a show based on this. Hope the others have some relevance.

  • Melanie

    I do like some of the reality shows, but now it has turned into making up anything just to put on TV and label it “reality”. I guess a show about celebrity dog walkers or maids will be next! This is one I won’t be watching that’s for sure!

  • disney rocks

    What’s next? Celebrities who have sex with cats?

  • workin’_woman

    As someone who is struggling to remain independent while pursuing a career this is not a program that would appeal to me as I sit and eat my 125th cup of ramen noodles for dinner…

  • Jan

    Oh,man……………… :(

  • Mandy

    I will be watching this, Something new and different. Also it shows just how messed up the rich peeps are when it comes to being a parent that they have someone else raising their kids. Let the public know.Anyone can have a kid, but it takes a real person to raise one even if that is a nanny.

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