The Baby-Sitters Club Cast Recreates Iconic Theme Song While Announcing Season 2 Renewal
Get ready to say hello to your friends once again. Netflix has renewed the heartwarming series The Baby-Sitters Club for a second season.
Finally some good news: The Baby-Sitters Club is back in business for a season two.
The teenage cast revealed the renewal with a karaoke video of themselves lip-syncing to the show's theme song, "Say Hello To Your Friends," made famous by the TV series in 1990.
In the clip out on Wednesday, Oct. 28, the actresses changed the lyrics from "You can always count on me and I can count on you/ Good times, bad times, in between, my friends will see me through" to be "You can always count on me and I can count on you/ Good times, bad times, in between, and we'll be getting a season two."
At the end, star Shay Rudolph (who plays Stacey McGill) made the big announcement even more official by screaming out, "We're getting a season two!"
The Netflix cast also includes Momona Tamada (Claudia Kishi), Sophie Grace (Kristy Thomas), Malia Baker (Mary Anne Spier), Xochitl Gomez (Dawn Schafer) and Alicia Silverstone, though the Clueless icon didn't appear in the renewal vid.
Momona wrote on Instagram after the surprise, "I can't wait to see you all back in Stoneybrook." Sophie was thrilled that the BSC "is back in business."
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The Baby-Sitters Club reboot is based on the book by Ann M. Martin and originally aired on Netflix on July 3, when it became the nostalgic summer binge-watch that we all needed.
The show won over our hearts not only for its tales of friendship, but also for its reinvented style. E! News spoke with costume designer Cynthia Summers when it debuted all about its Gen Z fashion influences.
In the past few months, Netflix has been shocking fans by revealing which shows are renewed—and which aren't. Narcos: Mexico is returning for season three, while Hilary Swank's Away, Kathryn Newton's The Society and Alison Brie's Glow are all canceled. Of course, fans are still wondering if the juicy and controversial Netflix show, Emily in Paris, will be getting a season two.
See what's coming to Netflix in November here.
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