The 'Saved By The Bell' Reboot Is Actually Good : Pop Culture Happy Hour Peacock has made a reboot of Saved By The Bell, which aired Saturday mornings from 1989 to 1993. With a mix of the old cast — including Mario Lopez as Slater and Elizabeth Berkley as Jessie — and new students at Bayside High, the show walks a fine line between earnestness and self-parody. You can support NPR by donating to your local member station at donate.npr.org/happy
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The 'Saved By The Bell' Reboot Is Actually Good

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The 'Saved By The Bell' Reboot Is Actually Good

The 'Saved By The Bell' Reboot Is Actually Good

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Peacock's reboot of Saved By The Bell stars some original cast members and a bunch of new faces at Bayside High. Peacock hide caption

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Peacock's reboot of Saved By The Bell stars some original cast members and a bunch of new faces at Bayside High.

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Peacock has made a reboot of Saved By The Bell, which aired Saturday mornings from 1989 to 1993. With a mix of the old cast — including Mario Lopez as Slater and Elizabeth Berkley as Jessie — and new students at Bayside High, the show walks a fine line between earnestness and self-parody.

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