The Nanny Diaries looks tame compared to what's coming from ABC Family! When Beverly Hills Nannies premieres next week, it'll be no stretch to say that the caretakers of the rich and famous don't exactly have it easy. The docu-drama — brought to us by the producers of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — follows the lives of nine nannies who work for some very wealthy families, including the Margolis family (Cindy Margolis was the "Most Downloaded Woman of 1999"), the Faulk family (Lindsay Faulk is separated from NFL Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk), and the Thames family (Tricia Fisher Thames is the daughter of Eddie Fisher and Connie Stevens). Like its predecessors, Beverly Hills Nannies will chronicle the conflicts and personalities of its stars (both the nannies and their employers), highlighting the employers' unusual demands, outrageous lifestyles, and unique ways of interacting with their employees.
The hour-long show is sure to be eye candy for those who want a peek into the lifestyles (and nurseries) of the ultra-rich, but do they value the same qualities in a caretaker as the rest of us do? And is that curiosity enough to get you to watch the show? Tell us what you think!