Fran gives birth to fraternal twins Jonah Samuel and Eve Catherine in the series finale. Jonah, named for Fran’s side of the family, is more reserved than Maxwell.
Babcock, who had an obsessive crush on Maxwell and a jealous hatred of Fran, into an insane asylum), and they marry in the fifth season finale. In the series finale, they finally give birth to fraternal twins Jonah and Eve.
After Fran gave birth to twins Jonah Samuel and Eve Katherine, Maggie and Brighton travel to Europe and the rest of the Sheffield family along with Niles & C.C. off to California and a new life.
Having His Baby is the 10. Episode of the third season of the CBS television series The Nanny which aired November 20, 1995.
Dr. Reynolds tells them that Maggie isn’t pregnant but suspects that Fran might be. Maggie eventually marries Michael and then goes to Paris to be with Michael while he models. You won’t have any children when the show ends.
Mr. Sheffield proposes marriage (a move that sends C.C. Babcock, who had an obsessive crush on Maxwell and a jealous hatred of Fran, to an insane asylum), and they wed (1998). Finally, in 1999, they give birth to fraternal twins, Jonah and Eve.
Fran finally gets pregnant in the Season 6 episode Oh tell me, can you ski? after a long attempt to get into this state.
Maggie and Brighton head to Europe while the Sheffields travel to California with the new twins and a new life together. CC and Niles get married while Fran is in labor and find out they are expectant parents too.
Lauren Lane, the C.C. played was pregnant for most of Season 5, and when C.C. had to be admitted to an institution, she gave birth to her daughter. (This was written on the show as humorous. When he tried to hide her pregnancy behind objects and large coats in real life.)
she’s pregnant! From Season 6, Episode 6, “Oh, tell me, can you ski?”
During the show’s fifth season, Lauren Lane and Rachel Chagall became pregnant. But unlike other sitcoms that hid their pregnant actresses behind props or dumped them all the time, the producers of this show made no attempt to hide or explain the growing bellies, except for one episode where C.C.
The Nanny ended in 1999 with Fran Fine and Maxwell Sheffield celebrating their happily ever after. They were married with two children of their own and made their way to California to start their new life. But they weren’t the only ones who got the end of the fairy tale.
At the end of the series, however, Val meets Fred the Apothecary after an encounter with a psychic. They start dating and she becomes pregnant with his son. At some point during the series, Val loses her job at the bridal shop, and in Maggie’s Wedding Season 6 she states that she now works at a Krispy Kreme.
EventuallyMaggiemet and married a Jewish lingerie model named Michael (Andrew Levitas) who was related by marriage to Barbra Streisand (his cousin was James Brolin, Ms. Streisand’s husband). This made Maggie the only one of the three Sheffield children to get married during the show.
According to the Inquisitr it was the romance between Fran and Maxwell that brought The Nanny to an end. One of the dynamics that drew viewers in was the endless sexual tension between the two characters. The chemistry resonated with audiences, but the writers decided to change it.