This year marks the 20th anniversary of the debut of the hit sitcom “Babysitters Club” starring Will Ferrell and Sarah Chalke, which has remained a cult classic and a staple of teen television.
It’s been on a constant roll since its debut in 1991, and has been nominated for multiple Emmys for outstanding original series.
But while “Babs” is still in production, Netflix is about to launch a new original series based on the original, titled “Boys and Girls.”
And in the new series, Ferrell’s character, Ben, will take on the role of a “girl club” member whose friends are a girl group, with the cast of “Bones” and “Glee” as the characters.
The series stars John Leguizamo as Ferrell, Chalke as Ben, and Ryan Reynolds as Ferrier.
Netflix is not releasing a synopsis of the series yet, but it will likely be a straight-up comedy, with no “Bachelor” vibe to it.
But the concept of “boy-girl clubs” is something that’s been popping up on social media for years, and “Babies” follows in the footsteps of “Teen Wolf,” “The 100,” “Scandal,” and “The Walking Dead.”
That series featured the “boy” characters of the group as a way to get through the day, while the “girl” characters were there to entertain and socialize.
In a recent interview with Variety, the creators of “The Bachelor” and other recent Netflix original series, spoke about the show, and how it’s become a bit of a cult favorite.
“We all know the premise: We’re a girl club.
The girls are all having fun.
But we also had to do some work, because we couldn’t let our audience know that we’re a real club.
We were just trying to create a comedy that had the best story, the best characters, and the best cast,” wrote Dan Fogelman, co-creator and showrunner of “Girls.”
“And it’s not a sitcom, it’s more of a teen comedy.
It has that ‘Boy Meets Girl’ vibe.”
Fogelman explained that while “Girls” was written as a comedy, it also had a strong story, character arcs, and an interesting mythology.
“The premise of ‘Babies’ was that this was an opportunity to do something new and different and we wanted to do it in a very authentic way.
We wanted to tell this story about the girls, not the boys,” he said.
“Our aim was to create something that was really authentic and we did, and we have to thank ‘Babs’ for that.”
Fogell and Co. have a long history with “Baby Stories,” a television series that was created by Fogelman and co-star and fellow actor David Hyde Pierce in the 1990s.
Fogelman has directed several episodes of “Walking Dead,” “Gumroad,” “Boomerang,” “Black-ish,” “Nurse Jackie,” and more.
“Babi Boys” will premiere on Netflix in 2018.
“It’s the most amazing way to launch this series,” Fogelman told Variety.
“I can’t think of a better way to introduce something that really is going to be fresh and interesting to the viewers and people who like ‘Bachelor’ and ‘Bums.'”
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The first season, which will be a full 30 minutes, was directed by Fogelelman and written by John Legato, who previously directed the pilot for “Girls,” the show that spawned the current “Babus” franchise.
“As a kid, I wanted to be a lawyer and I always wanted to learn more about law and legal issues,” Legato told Variety of his process for creating the first season.
“My hope was to have something that is as grounded and realistic as possible.
It was fun to do.”
Legato was working on the pilot when he was approached by Fogell to direct the series, and he immediately wanted to work on the series.
“John Legato is a brilliant director,” Fogelamp said.
The show’s premise will be similar to the “Baccalaureate of Justice” episode in “Bachelorette,” with the characters playing different roles, including a judge and a prosecutor.
The season will also feature a young actor playing Ben, the “super-fans” who are “the only ones who are super-fantastic.”
The episode will also introduce the world of “babes” and the “babies club,” with “babs” being the group of