Friends Forever: 'The Baby-Sitters Club' : Pop Culture Happy Hour Kristy, Claudia, Mary-Anne and Stacey are back. Netflix has adapted the book series The Baby-Sitters Club, and hopes to reintroduce it to young viewers, nostalgic millennials, and anyone else who longs for days spent with friends when worries aren't too worrisome. Starring a cast of fresh young actors, and a few familiar faces among the adults, the show is getting solid reviews and might be just the thing for summer viewing.
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Friends Forever: 'The Baby-Sitters Club'

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Friends Forever: 'The Baby-Sitters Club'

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Shay Rudolph, Momona Tamada, Malia Baker, and Sophie Grace star in the Netflix series, The Baby-Sitters Club. Kailey Schwerman/Netflix hide caption

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Shay Rudolph, Momona Tamada, Malia Baker, and Sophie Grace star in the Netflix series, The Baby-Sitters Club.

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Kristy, Claudia, Mary-Anne and Stacey are back. Netflix has adapted the book series The Baby-Sitters Club, and hopes to reintroduce it to young viewers, nostalgic millennials, and anyone else who longs for days spent with friends when worries aren't too worrisome. Starring a cast of fresh young actors and a few familiar faces among the adults, the show is getting solid reviews and might be just the thing for summer viewing.

The audio was produced and edited by Mike Katzif and Jessica Reedy.