New 'Saved By The Bell' Trailer Drops! Series Premieres November 25!

Brenda Watkins
October 27, 2020

Followers can even be "so excited" to see Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen make appearances within the trailer.

A brand new trailer for the upcoming Peacock collection is loaded with almost as many references to the unique collection as scams cooked up by Zack throughout his Bayside days.

We already saw a look at the return of Mario Lopez as A.C. Slater and Elizabeth Berkley Lauren as Jessie Spano from previous trailers but this latest preview gets the old gang back together with the addition of Gosselaar and Thiessen. The original series followed Zack Morris as he lead his pals on adventures at California's Bayside High School. Zack is now the governor of California and Mac's dad.

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The reboot's premise centers around a new group of students at Bayside High, including kids from working-class families transferred to the school as part of Zack Morris's plan as governor to send lower-income students to the state's highest-performing schools. The influx of new students gives the privileged Bayside kids (who never have a problem that can't be solved in twenty-two minutes) a much-needed dose of reality. In the new show, Jessie's (Elizabeth Berkley) son goes to Bayside, where Slater (Mario Lopez) is now the physical education teacher. The series is slated to premiere on NBCUniversal's Peacock streaming service November 25th.

The Max, the burger joint the original show frequented, is also back, with diner owner Max, played by Ed Alonzo. And joining them is a new cast of spunky teens, featuring Belmont Cameli, Dexter Darden, Mitchell Hoog, Alycia Pascual-Peña, Josie Totah and Haskiri Velazquez.

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