The beloved YA adult series The Baby-Sitters Club is get re-adapted.
According to The Hollywood Reporter , Netflix has picked up The Baby-Sitters Club as a series and will offer a modern take on the Ann M. Martin series, which focused on four friends–Kristy, Claudia, Mary Anne, and Stacey–who create and move a neighborhood babysitting service in Stoneybrook, Connecticut. GLOW writer Rachel Shukert is situate as showrunner and Broad City ‘ s Lucia Aniello will guide and executive make. The Social Network ‘ s Michael De Luca is also an executive producer.
Netflix VP of Kids and Family Melissa Cobb said in a statement:” The the main theme of The Baby-Sitters Club still resonate 30 years after the original journal series was liberated and there has never been a more opportune time to tell an aspirational tale about empowering young female entrepreneurs ,” adding that they want to” contemporize the storylines and escapades of this iconic group of lovers to reflect modern-day issues .” In a 2016 New Yorker part about the books, Brooke Hauser wrote:” For many of us, The Baby-Sitters Club offered an early peek into the world of ambitious working women. Granted, they were middle-schoolers, but they were girl foremen, role model long before pop culture gave us Olivia Pope, Liz Lemon, or Leslie Knope .”
The book series was adapted into a 1990 HBO series( currently on Hulu) and a 1995 Melanie Mayron-directed movie that starred Rachel Leigh Cook and Schuyler Fisk. With some truly inspired brand-new reveals about teen relationships dominating streaming–like and — the serial has its project cut out for it, though it are most likely move more family-friendly.
A release date has not been announced yet.