Beverly Hills Nannies

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Beverly Hills Nannies
StarringAmanda Averill
Scott Carmill
Kristin Lancione
Shayla Quinn
Shaun Sturz
Justin Sylvester
Lucy Treadway
Amber Valdez
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Executive producer(s)Kathleen French
Douglas Ross
Greg Stewart
Alex Baskin
Producer(s)Kristin Lancione
Maeve Quinlan
Production company(s)Evolution Media
ABC Family Original Productions
DistributorDisney Media Distribution
Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Original networkABC Family
ABC Spark
Original releaseJuly 11 (2012-07-11) –
September 4, 2012 (2012-09-04)
External links
Official website

Beverly Hills Nannies is an American reality television series that aired on ABC Family in the U.S. and ABC Spark in Canada.[1][2][3] It debuted on July 11, 2012.

The Nannies[edit]

  • Kristin Lancione (from Fremont, California)
  • Justin Allen Sylvester (from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana)
  • Lucy Anne Treadway (from Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • Amanda Averill (from West Bend, Wisconsin)
  • Scott Cartmill (from Maryborough, Queensland)
  • Amber Valdez (from Seattle, Washington)
  • Shayla Quinn (from Orange County, California)
  • Shaun Sturz (from Bakersfield, California)
  • Maggie Thorne (from Fremont, California)


The Children / Families[edit]

  • The Margolis Family

Nicholas (born in 2002) and twin girls Sabrina and Sierra (born in 2005) are the children of American glamour spokesmodel and actress Cindy Margolis.

  • The Tsircou Family

Xander Tsircou (born in 2011) is the son of Kyri and Marika Tsircou. Marika is an artist (abstract oil painter) and stay at home mommy, while Kyri is an IP Patent attorney who has his own firm, Tsircou Law.

  • The Thames Family

Wylder Thames (born 2009) is the son of Tricia Leigh Fisher - daughter of Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens, sister of Joely Fisher and half-sister of Carrie Fisher - and former actor and music producer husband Byron Thames.

  • The Bellamar Family

Emma Bellamar (born in 2008) is the daughter of Ariane Bellamar.

  • The Faulk Family

Gabrielle (Bella) (born in 1999), Presley (born in 1999), Farrah (born in 2002) and Brooklyn (born in 2007) Faulk are the children of Lindsay Faulk, ex-wife of former NFL running back and Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk.

  • The Solomon Family

Sterling (born in 2010) is son of same-sex partners Sherry Solomon and Dana Solomon, owners of high-end LA design company 22 Bond St..

  • The Elkins Family

Dane (born in 1999), Cody (born in 2004), Jaden (born in 2001), and Madison (born in 2007) Elkins are the children of Deborah and Brett Elkins.


The show focuses on a group of young nannies working for the higher-class wealthy in one of the world's most prestigious zip codes.


Episode U.S. Air Date Rating/Share
"It's the Nanny Life for Me" July 11, 2012 0.6 1.15[5]
"Nannenemies" July 18, 2012 0.3 0.65[6]
"Nanny-Mama Drama" July 25, 2012 0.3 0.67[7]
"Nanny War is Coming" August 1, 2012 0.2 0.58[8]
"Nanny vs. Mommy" August 7, 2012 0.3 0.75[9]
"Nannies Need Love Too" August 14, 2012 0.4 0.77[10]
"Nanny vs. Nanny" August 21, 2012 0.4 0.70[11]
"Nanny Nation Divided" August 28, 2012 0.4 0.85[12]
"Nanny, Are You OK?" September 4, 2012 0.5 0.91
"Nannies Tell All" September 4, 2012 0.2 0.91


  1. ^ McNamara, Mary (10 July 2012). "Television review: 'Beverly Hills Nannies' tends to basic needs". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  2. ^ Harrison, Stacey (11 July 2012). "'Beverly Hills Nannies': 'There's a fine line' for child caretakers of the rich and famous". Zap2it. Archived from the original on 14 July 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  3. ^ "'Beverly Hills Nannies': ABC Family Gets New Docuseries". The Huffington Post. 4 May 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
  4. ^ "Beverly Hills Nannies official site". Retrieved 6 August 2012.
  5. ^ "Wednesday Cable Ratings: 'Espy Awards' Win Night, 'Royal Pains', 'Dallas', 'Necessary Roughness', 'Baby Daddy', 'Melissa & Joey' & More - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-07-12. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  6. ^ "Ratings - Wednesday's Cable Ratings: "Royal Pains" Slips Past "Dallas" for Top Spots". 2012-07-18. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  7. ^ "Wednesday Cable Ratings: 'Royal Pains' Tops Night + 'Dallas,' 'Necessary Roughness,' 'The Exes' and More (Updated) - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-07-26. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  8. ^ "Wednesday Cable Ratings: 'Dallas' Wins Night, + 'Royal Pains', 'Operation Repo', 'Barter Kings', 'Necessary Roughness' & More (Updated) - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-08-02. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  9. ^ "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Storage Wars' Wins Night, 'Teen Mom', 'Pretty Little Liars', 'Dance Moms', 'Hardcore Pawn', 'Shipping Wars' & More - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-08-08. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  10. ^ "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Teen Mom' Wins Night, + 'Rizzoli & Isles', 'Storage Wars', 'Hardcore Pawn', 'Counting Cars', 'How Jaws Changed the World' & More - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-08-15. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  11. ^ "Ratings - Tuesday's Cable Ratings: "Storage Wars" Tops Viewers, Demos for A&E". 2012-08-21. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
  12. ^ "Tuesday Cable Ratings: 'Teen Mom' Wins Night + 'Storage Wars', 'Pretty Little Liars', 'White Collar', 'Hardcore Pawn' & More - Ratings | TVbytheNumbers". 2012-08-29. Retrieved 2013-04-25.

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