Joseph McGinty Nichol aka McG’s The Babysitter: Killer Queen is finally coming to Netflix in September 2020. Here’s everything you need to know about the epic killer-babysitter sequel, including its awaited release date on the streamer.
The Babysitter: Killer Queen is an upcoming Netflix Original horror film and is the sequel to 2017’s The Babysitter. Alongside Nichol will Dan Lagana as the writer of the film, replacing Brian Duffield from the first installment. McG will be returning as the director as well as the original cast members while adding a couple more to that list.
And while it was really hard to get hold of when the film is coming, we’ve finally gotten when The Babysitter: Killer Queen is coming to the streaming giant.
A handful of accounts affiliated with Netflix have taken it to Twitter to announce the news of the premiere date of the film––the 10th of September, 2020.
Don’t fret, however, as The Babysitter: Killer Queen will be available in all the regions much like McG’s first film. Here’s the synopsis as provided by the streaming giant themselves.
Two years on after surviving his deadly babysitter’s satanic and murderous cult, Cole is trying to move on with his life and is now attending high school. After the unexpected return of some of the cult members, Cole, once again has to rise to the occasion and outsmart the forces of evil.
Returning for their roles as Judah Lewis as Cole, Bella Thorne as Allison, Robbie Amell as Max, Hana Mae Lee as Sonya, Andrew Bachelor as John, Leslie Bibb as Mom, Ken Marino as Dad, and Emily Alyn Lind as Melanie.
There are some additions to the family, however! The likes of Amanda Cerny as Violet, Maximilian Acevedo as Jimmy, Julio Cesar Chavez as Diego, Nandini Minocha as Sheila, and Jenna Ortega in an unannounced role, will be joining!