NBC has released its first look at its forthcoming Saved By the Bell reboot. It will be exclusive to its newly introduced streaming network, Peacock.
The Bayside High Members Are Back
Here’s the first look trailer of the new SAVED BY THE BELL here:
The iconic high school set sitcom of the 1990s has received the reboot treatment from NBC’s forthcoming streaming service Peacock. The first teaser trailer of the reboot on Wednesday was released. The show brings together Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie Spano), Mario Lopez (A.C. Slater), and Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris). These original cast members are three adults back at Bayside High in their 40s. Well, Lopez’s Slater is now a gym instructor at the academy. The students are young Mac Morris (whose mother, of course, is Kelly Kapowski) and Jesse’s friend, Jamie.
A Trailer That Jiggles Nostalgia!
Zack, ladies and gentleman, is the governor of California. After closing so many low-income high schools, he finally finds himself in hot water. His plan is to transfer the impacted students to the state’s higher-performing schools – like Bayside High. “The influx of new students gives the over-privileged Bayside kids a much needed and hilarious dose of reality,” Promises a line to sign in.
Reboot Halted Amidst the Pandemic
Starring alongside Lopez, Berkley, and Gosselaar is the transgender actress Josie Totah, who plays Lexi. The character shows “a stunning, sharp-tongued cheerleader and Bayside High’s most popular girl who is both revered and feared by her fellow students.” Mac Morris, played by Mitchell Hoog, a young Mark-Paul Gosselaar doppelgänger. Development on the Saved By the Bell reboot stopped. It is because of coronavirus before they could complete their full-season order. Therefore, there is no release date as of now.