A woman is hired to care for the family of a widowed Broadway producer.
Fran Drescher, Charles Shaughnessy, Lauren Lane, Daniel Davis, Nicholle Tom, Benjamin Salisbury, Madeline Zima, Renee Taylor, Rachel Chagall, Ann morgan Guilbert, Bess Armstrong, Cloris Leachman
Robert Sternin (Executive Producer), Prudence Fraser (Executive Producer), Lauren Macmullan (Director), Peter marc Jacobson (Director), Suzanne Meyers (Writer), Cody Farley (Writer), Dan Amernick (Writer), Jay Amernick (Writer), Fran Drescher (Director), Jayne Hamil (Writer), Steve Posner (Director), Ivan Menchell (Writer), Caryn Lucas (Writer), Frank Lombardi (Writer), Peter marc Jacobson (Writer), Rick Shaw (Writer), Suzanne Gangursky (Writer), Chandler Evans (Writer), Matthew j. Berman (Writer), Danny Passman (Writer), Michael Scalisi (Writer), Suzanne Myers (Writer), Allen jay Zipper (Writer), Dorothy Lyman (Director), Robert Sternin (Writer), Fran Drescher (Writer), Sean Hanley (Writer), Nastaran Dibai (Writer), Jeffrey b. Hodes (Writer), Diane Wilk (Writer), Sarah Mcmullen (Writer), Flo Cameron (Writer), Robbie Schwartz (Writer), Jean Ford (Writer), Janis Hirsch (Writer), Sally Lapiduss (Writer), Eric Mintz (Writer), Eileen O'hare (Writer), Eric Cohen (Writer), Pamela Eells (Writer), Lee Shallat (Director), Dana Reston (Writer), Kirsten Vensel (Writer), Bill Marich (Writer), Rich Ross (Writer), Randy Bennett (Director), Rob Schwartz (Writer), Paul Miller (Director), Tracy Newman (Writer), Jonathan Stark (Writer), Gail Mancuso (Director), David m. Matthews (Writer), Alan Eisenstock (Writer), Larry Mintz (Writer), Howard Meyers (Writer), Linda Day (Director), Sally Lapidus (Writer), Will Mackenzie (Director), Bill Lawrence (Writer), Andy Goodman (Writer)
|"A Plot for Nanny" For her 30th birthday, Fran's mother gives her a cemetery plot as a gift to introduce her to an eligible funeral director. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"The Show Must Go On" Fran casts Grace as the lead in the school pageant, but when Maxwell becomes the producer the girl develops stage fright. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Maggie the Model" Maxwell's ex-girlfriend, a 1960s supermodel, decides that Maggie has what it takes and arranges a photo session. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"The Family Plumbing" When a plumber brings his granddaughter along to fix the Sheffield's broken shower, Brighton gets his first kiss. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Deep Throat" After examining Grace for the flu, the doctor checks Fran's throat and schedules her for a tonsillectomy. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Schlepped Away" The entire Sheffield household spends the weekend at Fran's parents' when they are stranded by a blizzard. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Stop the Wedding, I Want to Get Off" Fran discovers that Maxwell's sister is secretly in love with the chauffeur even though she is engaged to a duke. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Sunday in the Park With Fran" Fran's altercation in the park with a theater critic's son threatens the success of Max's new play. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"The Gym Teacher" Fran returns to school to help Maggie pass her gymnastics final and encounters her high-school gym teacher. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
When she appears on the doorstep of wealthy widower Maxwell Sheffield's New York home, cosmetics saleswoman Fran Fine unexpectedly gets a job as the nanny for the Broadway producer's three children, Maggie, Brighton and Grace. Fran brings her no-nonsense honesty, sharp sense of humor and ``Queens logic'' into the Sheffield household, helping them become a happy, healthy family -- a family that Fran eventually joins when she marries Maxwell. Also in the Sheffield household is sarcastic English butler Niles.
Fran Drescher as Fran Fine
Charles Shaughnessy as Maxwell Sheffield
Lauren Lane as Chastity Claire "C.C' Babcock
Daniel Davis as Niles
Nicholle Tom as Maggie Sheffield
Benjamin Salisbury as Brighton Sheffield
Madeline Zima as Grace Sheffield
Renee Taylor as Sylvia Fine
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