“Saved by the Bell” was a 90’s television show that made people laugh and tugged at people’s heartstrings. Now “Saved by the Bell” has a re-boot. The “Saved by the Bell” reboot is on NBC Universal’s new streaming service named Peacock.
The new “Saved by the Bell” is a show about a new crew of Bayside High students. There are a series of school closings in Bayside High’s community. That means that students from an underprivileged part of the town will now be a part of Bayside High. That is how the new crew of the “Saved by the Bell” re-boot are formed.
Zack Morris is the town’s mayor. He was the lead character on the original “Saved by the Bell” television show. He is the one who proposes that the students from an underprivileged town join Bayside High and the school’s students.
The lead of the “Saved by the Bell” re-boot is the son of Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowski. The son of Zack and Kelly is named Mack Morris. The child of the character named Jessie Spano is also on the new television show. Jessie Spano was one of the lead female characters on the original, “Saved by the Bell” television show. Jessie’s son is named Jamie Spano.
Jessie Spano also has a re-curing role on the “Saved by the Bell” re-boot. She plays Bayside High’s high-school guidance counselor. A.C. Slater, another male lead on the original “Saved by the Bell” television show, plays Bayside High’s gym teacher.
One of the creators of “Saved by the Bell” thinks that the show will be able to stand on its own. “I think what is great about the new show is it is its own show, so there weren’t those sweaty moments where we wondered, ‘How are we recreating the original ‘Saved by the Bell?'” the creator said. “Cause we weren’t. We were sort of referencing it and sort of making it part of our DNA of the new show.”
The “Saved by the Bell” re-boot sounds like it will be a great show to watch. I can’t wait to see it.
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