The Baby-Sitters Club is a TV series reboot created by Netflix, based on the main book series. The original TV series ran for one season between January and March of 1990. The series was released on July 3, 2020.

Plot[edit | edit source]

In this contemporary take on the beloved book series, five best friends launch a baby-sitting business that's big on fun and adventure.[1]

Caption[edit | edit source]

"Join the club!"

Episodes[edit | edit source]

Cast[edit | edit source]

Crew[edit | edit source]

  • Director: Lucia Aniello
  • Writing Credits: Ann M. Martin
  • Produced by: Lucia Aniello (executive producer)
  • Naia Cucukov]] (executive producer)
  • Michael De Luca (executive producer)
  • Ashley Glazier (producer)
  • Lucy Kitada (executive producer)
  • Rachel Shukert (executive producer)

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

While no official soundtrack has been released for the series, twenty-two songs were used over the first ten episodes of the first season. The songs go as followed:

Kristy's Great Idea
  • "Mr. Quiche" by Wildcat! Wildcat!
  • "Juice" by Lizzo
  • "I Wanna" by Potty Mouth
Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls
  • "Molotov" by Kira Puru
  • "Vampire Vamp" (Transylvanian Disco Empress Mix) by The Fangs
The Truth about Stacey
  • "Hollow" by Gotta featuring Kite
  • "Made of Steel" by Stefany June
Mary Anne Saves the Day
  • "Mary Anne" by Boytoy
Dawn and the Impossible Three
  • "Aye Aye Aye" by ApriLLL
  • "Shake and Shout" by Turf Club
Claudia and Mean Janine
  • "Summer of 42" by Kishi Bashi
  • "Mercury" by Kitten
  • "All Things (Just Keep Getting Better)" by Passion Victim
Boy-Crazy Stacey
  • "I Remember" by Mannequin Online
  • "Places to Go" by Leftover Cuties
Kristy's Big Day
  • "At Last" by Etta James
  • "Boom Clap" by Charli XCX
Hello, Camp Moosehead! Part 1
  • "Drop the Mic" by Jules Larson & Peter Verdell
  • "I'm Shining" by I AM ORFA
  • "Glazin" by Jacuzzi Boys
Hello, Camp Moosehead! Part 2
  • "You Can Have It" by Red Red Lips
  • "Too Much Money" by Automatic
  • "Friends" by Meghan Trainor

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The actresses for Mary Anne Spier, Kristy Thomas, Claudia Kishi, and Stacey McGill are listed for all ten episodes.
  • This is the first time story lines from the books are made into episodes. The 90s TV series and the film have original story lines.
  • Unlike the 90s TV series and film, which kept the actresses close to their book series counterparts, the cast is more diverse, with Mary-Anne being half African American and Dawn being Latina.
  • Claudia has her own phone line because Janine needed high-speed internet, and the line came with the package.

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