Adventures in Babysitting Trailer: Disney Duo Has a Wild Night Out

Remember when being a babysitter just meant putting your neighbor’s kids to bed early and raiding their fridge?

As seen in the official trailer for Disney Channel’s Adventures in Babysitting, things have since gotten much more complicated for teenage nannies.

Inspired by the 1987 Elisabeth Shue film, Disney’s upcoming TV movie — premiering this summer — stars Girl Meets World‘s Sabrina Carpenter and Descendants‘ Sofia Carson as rival babysitters who must survive a disastrous night of kid-wrangling together.

Press PLAY on the video above for a sneak peek at the antics, then hit the comments with your knee-jerk comparisons to the original.

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15 Comments
  1. Annie says:

    I’d blissfully forgotten that this was happening. The original is brilliant.

  2. Meatwad says:

    Ill be watching as i am a fan of the two leading ladies

  3. Wendy says:

    Originality really is dead. The original was such fun.

  4. Scott says:

    Well Being on The Disney Channel, the famous line won’t be uttered

    • There is a variation of it as seen in previous trailers. I also don’t expect a Playboy to play a part of the plot. It would be interesting if the kept the kid obsessed with Thor, or maybe some other hero this time.

      • Annie says:

        Would be considered not “girly” enough for the girl to like superheroes. That was one of my favourite things about the original; showed that a young girl could love superheroes and roller skating but still be a girl. We’ve moved into such a gendered world lately that I doubt they’d put that in the script. If they did, it would be because she thinks Thor is hot, not because he was a good person and a hero

    • southernbelle says:

      lol.. reminds me I was babysitting kids one summer we love watching this movie.. I always had to mute that part… those kids always wonder what that word was….

  5. Et al. says:

    They f$&@ed with they babysitter.

  6. V says:

    How can it be considered an ‘original movie’ if its a (horrible teeny-bopper) rip off of the 80’s movie of the same name?

    • Dysturbed says:

      It’s standard practice for networks to use exaggerated terms. In this context “original” doesn’t mean that the concept in itself is new, but that this version is “original” in the respect of being altered in some ways and being specifically produced for the channel.

  7. Paul says:

    The original was amazing, I watched it again recently because it’s one of the best 80’s movies. This looks like total crap. You couldn’t pay me to watch it.

  8. lrdslvrhnd says:

    Love, love, LOVE the original. Might tune in for Sabrina Carpenter (whom I consider a better actress than Rowan Blanchard on Girl Meets World). Maybe. If I’m bored and happen to notice it’s on.

  9. Guest says:

    Disney’s been sitting on this for awhile now.Wasn’t it suppose to be on in the spring? By the time it airs it will have been close to a year since it was filmed.

  10. NP says:

    It’s clearly not the same as the original – why not just call it something new?