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Saved by the Bell is returning to screens with a new season

Saved by the Bell

Some Saved by the Bell favourites can even return – together with Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley!

Aisha Nozari

A Saved by the Bell reboot is in the works! The better part? Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley are returning, too. It’s going to be the finest factor on tv! The cult present will likely be returning on NBCUniversal’s much-anticipated streaming service, Peacock, and the revival will likely be written and government produced by Tracey Wigfield who has additionally labored on 30 Rock.

In the new installment of the comedy, California Gov. Zack Morris (as soon as performed by Mark-Paul Gosselaar) will get into hassle for closing low-income excessive colleges, and suggests affected college students be transferred to a few of the state’s finest performing colleges – together with Bayside High. What may presumably go flawed?

The present is a cult favorite 

Saved by the Bell celebrated its 30th-anniversary final month, and ran for 4 seasons on NBC between 1989 and 1992. Mark-Paul Gosselaar starred as Zack Morris and others in the group included A.C. Slater (performed by Mario Lopez) and Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley). A by-product, Saved By the Bell: The College Years, ran one season between 1993 and 1994.

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Fans of the present will likely be thrilled by the information

As for NBCUniversal’s streaming service, Peacock is set to launch subsequent April and can characteristic loads of new exhibits alongside greater than 15,00zero hours of content material from the NBC film vaults – together with The Office which as of 2021 will solely be out there to stream free of charge on Peacock. The similar goes for Parks and Recreation, which might presently be streamed on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.

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Other reboots embrace Battlestar Galactica, Punky Brewster and there’ll even be a Real Housewives spinoff. Bring on April!

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