Netflix’s ‘The Babysitter 2’ Has an End Credits Scene That Teases a Third Movie!

Netflix's 'The Babysitter 2' Has an End Credits Scene That Teases a Third Movie!

The Babysitter: Killer Queen, the second movie in the popular Netflix movie series, was just released and you should make sure to watch the end credits to catch the final scene!

Here’s the film’s synopsis: Two years after defeating a satanic cult led by his babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving), Cole’s trying to forget his past and focus on surviving high school. But when old enemies unexpectedly return, Cole (Judah Lewis) will once again have to outsmart the forces of evil.

There are lots of twists and turns in the movie, including a surprising cameo at the end of the film.

If you stick around to watch the credits after the film, you get to see an additional scene that seemingly teases a possible third movie in the franchise.

Click inside to check out spoilers from the movie…

At the end of the movie, Samara returns as Bee, her character from the first movie, to save the day, despite being the villain in the past.

During the end credits scene, we see that Bee’s ancient spellbook wasn’t actually destroyed and it’s now sitting on the beach at Pirates Cove. The wind blows open the pages and it seemingly teases that there is more to the story!

So, will a third movie happen?

Judah, who plays the lead character Cole, opened up to ScreenRant and said he’d be open to making another movie.

“There are so many different paths to go,” he said. “Not only does Cole’s relationship with his dad change, but his relationship with Phoebe would also be a really interesting thing to explore and see where it goes. Plus, he’s got to get through high school and I’m sure, like always, there are demons lurking just beyond the shadows that are ready to strike at any moment!”

Robbie Amell recently opened up about what it was like to be shirtless during his entire time in the movie.

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