Saved By The Bell’s restart series has another season this fall, with streaming service Peacock releasing its first trailer on Wednesday.
One of the images for the new season shows the former cast members of the hit Sitcom.
Mario Lopez is noted as AC Slater, Elizabeth Berkley as Jessica Spano, Mark-Paul Gosseller as Zack Morris, Tiffani Thiessen as Kelly Kapovsky, and Lark Voorhies as Lark Voorhies.
The first series aired from 1989 to 1993.
They’re back: The restart of the Saved by the Bell series is about to begin the season, and streaming service Peacock released its first trailer on Wednesday.One of the first photos of the new season shows the former cast members of the hit Sitcom
At that time: The first series aired between 1989 and 1993. Here you can see the late Dustin Diamonds such as Mark Paul Gosseller, Mario Lopez and Tiffani Thiessen.
The second year outing of the series will be released on November 24th, following the adventures of Daisy Jimenez played by Haskiri Velázquez and Aisha Garcia played by Alicia Pasqual Penha after transferring to Bayside High School. increase.
The trailer begins with a Season 1 summary showing Daisy and Aisha arriving at Bayside High and experiencing first-hand student wealth and privileges.
Next, we will tour many protagonists, including Mac Morris, the son of Zack Morris in the original series, Lexie Hadad de Fabrizio, the cheerleader’s transgender teenager, and Principal Ronald Toddman.
Revival: Mario Lopez will once again act as an AC slater. After graduating, he became a football coach and stayed there for the next 15 years (painted in 1990).
She’s back: Elizabeth Berkley as Jesse Spano. She plays a school counselor (1989)
Reboot: Lark Voorhies plays her high school character, Lisa Turtle (Season 1 photo)
Return: Mark Paul Gosseller revives his role as Zack Morris (Season 1 photo)
Join the gang: Tiffani Thiessen is back as Kelly Kapovsky (pictured right in Season 1)
The trailer then transitions to reveal more about the next season of the show, including Principal Toddman, played by John Michael Higgins, and announces that Bayside will host the Southern California School Spirit Competition.
“The stakes are higher than ever,” as one character jokingly put it in a trailer.
A montage of the moments of the next season continues, including what Dexter Darden plays, where Aisha appears to be kissing her classmate Devante Young.
In another example, Mac Morris, played by Mitchell Hoog, sinks Daisy deep in front of a pair of lockers.
How low can it be?Belmost Camelli, who plays Jaime Spano in the series, appears to be excited during his limbo contest.
Most School Spirits: Principal Todd Mann, played by John Michael Higgins, has announced that Bayside will host a huge Southern California School Spirits Contest.
Another season along the way: The second season of Saved by the Bell’s restart will be released on November 24th.
Romantic Entanglement: At some point, Aisha Garcia, played by Alicia Pasqual Penha, appears to be kissing Devante Young, played by Dexter Darden.
Approaching Daisy: Mac Morris, played by Mitchell Hoog, twirls and dips Daisy in the school hall during the trailer.
Many characters dance on the trailer, including Lopez, who shows off his movements during the crossing guard mission.
The first season of the series received acclaim from critics, including one from The Washington Post, who called the series “a more interesting and more culturally relevant reimagination of Bayside High.”
Another review of Vulture’s first season praised the pilot, saying, “Maybe it’s the strongest first episode of the comedy I’ve seen all year long.”
Cheers: Lexie Haddad-De Frabrizio, played by Josie Totah, answers the phone with many fellow students
Saved By The Bell’s original cast members will be seen in Season 2 of the reboot
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