The Babysitter: Killer Queen

First Look: ‘The Babysitter: Killer Queen’ Coming to Netflix in September

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The Babysitter: Killer Queen, sequel to 2017’s Netflix hit The Babysitter, is set to debut globally on September 10, 2020!

Set two years after the first film, Cole (Judah Lewis) is doing his level best to forget his past and move beyond the events of the fateful night when he defeated a diabolical Satanic cult led by his babysitter, Bee (Samara Weaving). When old enemies he thought were dead begin to turn up, however, he’s forced to once again outsmart the forces of evil.

Lewis reprises the role of Cole in the sequel along with Emily Alyn Lind, Robbie Amell, Andrew Bachelor, Leslie Bibb, Hana Mae Lee, Bella Thorne, Ken Marino, Chris Wylde, and Carl McDowell. Juliocesar Chavez, Maximilian Acevedo, Jennifer Foster, Helen Hong, and Jenna Ortega will join the returning cast.

Director McG returns for the project which he co-wrote with Dan Lagana, Brad Morris, and Jimmy Warden.

Sadly, Weaving is not listed at this time. Could it be that she disappeared for good at the end of the first film?!

Along with the cast list, Netflix released several first look images which you can see below!

Are you excited for more The Babysitter madness? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

The Babysitter: Killer Queen

JENNA ORTEGA as PHOEBE and JUDAH LEWIS as COLE in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

JUDAH LEWIS as COLE and EMILY ALYN LIND as MELANIE in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

JUDAH LEWIS as COLE in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

ANDREW BACHELOR as JOHN, BELLA THORNE as ALLISON and ROBBIE AMELL as MAX in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

JENNIFER FOSTER as BOOM BOOM, JUDAH LEWIS as COLE, MAXIMILIAN ACEVEDO as JIMMY, EMILY ALYN LIND as MELANIE and JULIOCESAR CHAVEZ as DIEGO in THE BABYSITTER: KILLER QUEEN. Cr. TYLER GOLDEN/NETFLIX © 2020

Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.