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My Fair Nanny (TV series)

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My Fair Nanny
My Fair Nanny (Russian TV series).jpg
GenreSitcom
Created byFran Drescher
Peter Marc Jacobson
Directed byAudrey Kuznetsov
StarringAnastasia Zavorotnyuk
Sergei Zhigunov
Boris Smolkin
Olga Prokofieva
Katia Dubakina
Paul Serdyuk
Irina Andreeva
Lyubov Polishchuk
Alexander Nazarov
Country of originRussia
Original languageRussian
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes173
Production
ProducerAlexander Akopov
Running time22–25 minutes
Release
Original networkSTS
Original releaseSeptember 17, 2004 (2004-09-17) –
January 1, 2009 (2009-01-01)

My Fair Nanny (Russian: Моя прекрасная няня, romanizedMoya prekrasnaya nyanya) is a Russian comedy television series based on the American television sitcom, The Nanny.[1]

Plot

The plot revolves around Viktoria Prutkovskaya, an energetic and extravagant Ukrainian, who is dumped by her boyfriend Anton. Now working as a cosmetics saleswoman, Viktoria finds herself in a house with Maksim Shatalin, a famous producer, widower, and father of three. Shatalin is going to throw a party for potential investors, and he desperately needs a nanny to look after his children. In desperation, he hires Viktoria, although he soon regrets his choice.

Masha, Dennis and Ksenia Shatalin, Maksim's children, do not initially have a very friendly attitude toward their new nanny, but she quickly changes that. Shatalin's household includes the butler, Constantine, and Chief Financial Officer Janna Arkadyevna Izhevskaya, a clever, know-it-all, and sarcastic business manager, who immediately finds things in common with the new nanny. But the cool, sociopathic Janna soon takes a disliking to Viktoria, being jealous of her interaction with Shatalin, who she has been in love with for many years.

The relationship between Constantine and Janna becomes complex. They were friends long before the start of the show, but later despise each other. Constantine and Janna often make snide comments about each other, but sometimes they can get along, and between them there is even some kind of sexual attraction.

An important aspect of the drama consists of numerous cousins, uncles and aunts from the Shatalin and Prutkovskaya families. They work closely with each other, but do not always get along. Victoria's mother, Lyubov, comes to visit almost every day. Victoria herself is not too delighted with Maxim's relatives, but family ties are very important to her.

The main story line is that of Maksim and Viktoria. Almost from the very beginning of the series, their relationship takes a different nature than simply the "nanny, and the father of the family." Victoria is responsible not only for the children but also for Maxim. The feelings between them appear in the first season, and increase more and more. But Maxim does not make the first move and tries to keep Victoria at a distance. At the end of the third season, Maxim has finally acknowledged his love for her, but early in the fourth season takes back his words, which leaves Victoria furious.

After that, their relationship changes. Viktoria is aware of Maksim's feelings, but realizes that she can not wait for him forever. In the sixth season, he proposes to her and they get married.

Cast

  • Anastasia Zavorotnyuk as Viktoria Vladimirovna Shatalina (née Prutkovskaya) (Fran Fine) [2]
  • Sergei Zhigunov as Maksim Viktoroviс Shatalin (Maxwell Sheffield)
  • Lyubov Polishchuk as Lyubov Grigorevna Prutkovskaya (Sylvia Fine)
  • Alexander Filippenko as Vladimir Vladimiroviс Prutkovsky (Morty Fine; appeared in the 7th season after Lyubov Polishchuk had died)
  • Irina Andreeva as Kseniya Maksimovna Shatalina (Grace Sheffield)
  • Katia Dubakina as Mariya Maksimovna Shatalina (Margaret Sheffield)
  • Pavel Serdyuk as Denis Maksimoviс Shatalin (Brighton Shieffield)
  • Boris Smolkin as Konstantin Nikolaeviс Semyonov (Niles)
  • Olga Prokofieva as Janna Arkadyevna Izhevskaya (C.C. Babcock)
  • Alexandra Nazarova as Nadezhda Mihailovna (Yetta Rosenberg)
  • Gulya Nijinska as Vera (Val Toriello)
  • Olesya Zheleznyak as Galya Kopylova (Val's second counterpart after Nijinska left the show)
  • Nina Ruslanova as Aunt Faya
  • Olga Block Mirimskaya as Shura
  • Tatyana Zhukova-Kirtbaya as Baba Sima
  • Alexey Lysenkov as Janna's brother (Noel Babcock)

Release

The first season of the show was released in 2004.[3]

References

External links

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