‘Saved by the Bell’ Is All Set for the Reboot- Here’s All We Know about the Show

Saved by the Bell
Saved by the Bell

Saved by the Bell is an American sitcom that first premiered in August 1989 on NBC Network. The show is created by Sam Bobrick and has a total of 4 seasons. While the show ended back in 1993, it was one of the most famous school shows of all time. And, that is the reason why NBC announced in 2019 that Saved by the Bell is going to have a reboot.

Yes! The hit 90s show, Saved by the Bell is all set to return to your television screens and we cannot be more excited about it. The network has dropped the show’s teaser and the series is all set to release this fall. This is the phase when reboots are completely in fashion. There is not much time left (we guess and hope) when all-new Gossip Girl will knock on your television screens. Lizzi McGuire is also creating news for a reboot and Charmed is not far behind either.

Saved by the Bell Original Plot


Saved by the Bell ran successfully for four seasons and then had two movie spin-offs – Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style and Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas. The show followed a group of students at Bayside High School and their principal. The students survived through the daily teenage drama both inside and outside of school. The show was all comedy but did not hesitate to touch sensitive topics like drugs, drunk driving, women’s rights, death, remarriage, and homelessness.

The show also promoted environmental issues and all of it was done in a light-hearted but convincing manner. The show was a sitcom but it was still considered educational and informational as it had the right influence on the audience, especially the teenagers.

Saved by the Bell Reboot


Saved by the Bell aired its final episode in 1993 and it is 2020 currently. So, what can we expect in the reboot that is coming almost after 27 years? Well, first and foremost, the show will catch up from 30 years later from where it left us.

Zack Morris is now the governor of California. He has made some decisions of closing down many low-income schools and as a repercussion, he is receiving some stern backlashes from concerned students and parents. As a result, he proposes a merger! He decides that the affected students will be sent to high performing schools and continue their education there. One of the names in the list of these high performing schools is, of course, Bayside High School.


The influx of students at Bayside is not easy. The students from both high and low socio-economic backgrounds find it difficult to adjust to the environment. Through the trailer, we are able to figure out that Slater is now a gym teacher at Bayside. We can also deduce that Zack and Kelly’s son as well as Jessie’s son study there. Slater is seen consoling these two kids by telling them how he used to have affairs with their mothers. There are even some jokes regarding how long ago the original season was released where a student calls Justin Beiber ‘old’.

Saved by the Bell Cast


Now it comes down to a very important question – who all are back in the Saved by the Bell reboot? Well, for starters, Mark-Paul Gosselaar will be back as Zack Morris. Mario Lopez will reprise his role as Slater and Elizabeth Berkley will be back as Jessie Spano.
New members in the cast include Dexter Darden, Josie Totah, and Mitchell Hoog. Mitchell will play the role of Mac, Morris’ son. As per the release date, Saved by the Bell will premiere sometime in 2020.

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