A Current Affair’s Allison Langdon reveals controversial career move in influential Channel 9 show
A Current Affair’s Allison Langdon makes controversial career move as she returns to her role as a presenter on the influential Channel Nine show
A Current Affair’s Allison Langdon is hosting the new season of Channel Nine’s controversial reality show Parental Guidance.
Viewers can expect some challenging scenes, with episodes covering everything from kids with guns, online gaming, bullying and sex.
Ally, 44 and a mother of two, has described her own experience as a parent ahead of the show’s June 5 premiere.
Much-loved Nine personality said being a mom was like “treading water while juggling,” industry blog reports TV black box.
Ally returns to co-host the show with Dr. Justin Coulson after the first season in 2021 was a hit with viewers.
A Current Affair’s Ally Langdon – pictured – will host the new season of Channel Nine’s controversial reality show Parental Guidance. The much-loved mother-of-two said being a mother was like ‘treading water while juggling,’ reports industry blog TV Blackbox
Viewers can expect some challenging scenes in the new season of Parental Guidance with episodes covering everything from kids with guns, online gaming, bullying and sex. Pictured: co-hosts Dr. Justin Coulson and Ally Langdon
A sneak peek reveals that the show is once again out to provoke opinion by showcasing 12 very different parenting styles, from outback life to an “influencer” family.
Parenting methods discussed this season include approaches based on “unstructured” family life, “honesty,” and the “spiritual.”
Fans can also expect fireworks this season as parents get a “report” on their parenting performance.
Some of the real challenges they face include how best to deal with bullying and the dangers of online gaming.
There is also a discussion going on about negotiating the notoriously tricky “family photo” ritual.
A scene from the new season of Parental Guidance that premieres June 5 on Nine
The new promo for the show opens with a mom and dad posing for new photos with their sons and dog, all of whom are dressed in jeans, flannels and cowboy hats.
“As outback parents, it’s all about respect and freedom. The kids are learning so many life skills,” the father says in a voice-over.
Footage is then shown of the eldest son, a pre-teen, holding a rifle as his father watches and tells him, “Finger off the trigger until you’re done, mate.”
At one point in the trailer, Ally asks the family, “Is that legal?” to which the mother replies, “On our property, yes.”
Parenting methods discussed this season include approaches based on the “unstructured” family life, “honesty” and the “spiritual”