Stars of the upcoming ABC Family reality show "Beverly Hills Nannies" say that even though there are children involved, all the drama is there.
"It's there - it's only going to be in diapers," Steve Sturz, a native of Bakersfield, California, told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "You'll see the screaming, you'll see the tantrums, you'll see the food fights, you'll see the crying - just, in diapers."
The show, which was made by the same creators of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," follows the lives of a group of nannies working for families in the most exclusive zip code in the country. There are nine nannies total, all from different parts of the country.
While the series largely centers on families and young children, there is guaranteed to be drama between several of the nannies. Amber Valdez explained how in her case, she learned that the camera can bring out a side of you out that you've never seen before.
"Sometimes you're a Goody Two-Shoes and sometimes you're a villain," she said.
"This one [Valdez], fortunately or unfortunately, was put in the villain's shoes, for a second - and I felt for her," Sturz added.
The show is set to air on Wednesday, July 11, at 9 p.m. ET. Valdez, a Washington native, explained how her job as a nanny in Beverly Hills is much different than anywhere else.
"Many of the families that we work for are in the business, the entertainment business if you will, and so they do have more resources than the average person," Valdez explained. "They live in beautiful homes, and mansions, and have beautiful cars, and beautiful children, inside and out, with poopy diapers - and they want the best for their kid - so you're kind of their assistant, along with taking care of their kids."
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming reality series below.