School bells are ringing once more at Bayside High.
NBC streaming community Peacock launched the first full trailer for its nostalgia-dripping “Saved by the Bell” revival, which can deal with the now grown-up children — and their offspring — from the 1989-1993 unique series.
A still-ripped-at-47 Mario Lopez returns as A.C. Slater, who’s now, appropriately, a gymnasium trainer. And, in true type, he greets irritated former classmate Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, 48) with a barely up to date, “Yo, mama. Sorry — Dr. Mama.” Some issues by no means change, it appears.
But what has modified? The revival will observe now-California Gov. Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, 46), who’s ensnared in political controversy about closing low-income faculties and suggests sending affected college students to cash-infused Bayside.
Returning unique series characters additionally embody Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Thiessen, 46) and bushy-haired Max (Ed Alonzo, 52). New faces embody Zack’s spitting-image son Mac (Mitchell Hoog, 21), Jessie’s son Jamie (Belmont Cameli) and John Michael Higgins, 57, as Mr. Toddman, the Bayside Tigers’ new principal.
But the revival will reportedly not embody a cameo by 43-year-old Dustin Diamond, who portrayed Samuel “Screech” Powers in the unique series and was lately rumored as having been killed in a jail riot. (Calm down: He was not.)
The new “Saved by the Bell” will premiere Nov. 25 on Peacock.