The Babysitter Season 2

Joseph McGinty Nichol is the director of the movie. The film released on October 13, 2017, on Netflix. The critics gave mixed reviews about the film. Some of the rated the film as sensitive for the minors. Despite the mixed reviews, the audience loved the setting of the movie. The film is full of action, humor and yes, gory scenes. The Babysitter scored an approval rating of 78% on Rotten Tomatoes. Well, read on to catch all the recent updates regarding the production of the second part of the film. Along with all the details of the movie, The Babysitter.

Premises:

Cole Johnson is a twelve-years-old highschool kid. He gets constantly bullied by his neighbor Jeremy. Cole’s baby sitter, Bee manages to scare off the bully and save Cole. Cole develops a crush on his baby sitter. One day his parents go out and Cole and Bee, spend some time together. Cole’s neighbor Melanie to wake past his bedtime to check on Bee, and what she does at the night. He witnesses Bee’s friend coming to his place and playing some game. Later he sees Bee stabbing a guy as a Satanic ritual. Cole overhears them saying that they now need the blood of a virgin to fulfill the ritual.

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Cole runs to his room and calls 911. Meanwhile, Bee arrives and takes the sample of his blood, while he fakes sleeping.  Things get worse when the police arrive and one of the friends of Bee kills him. Everyone is after the life of Cole as he is the sole witness of everything.

Part 2:

The first part of the film received mixed reviews from the critics. Even though it had an impressive fanbase. Looking at the success of the film, the creators announced the sequel of the film. The Babysitter: Killer Queen will be releasing on September 10, 2020, on Netflix.

Cast:

  • Samara Weaving as Bee
  • Judah Lewis as Cole Johnson
  • Hana Mae Lee as Sonya
  • Robbie Amell as Max
  • Bella Thorne as Allison
  • Andrew Bachelor as John
  • Emily Alyn Lind as Melanie
  • Leslie Bibb as Mom
  • Ken Marino as Dad
  • Doug Haley as Samuel
  • Miles J. Harvey as Jeremy
  • Chris Wylde as Melanie’s annoying father
  • Ron Funches as Mr. Davis