Saved by the Bell: Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) ist mittlerweile Gouverneur von Kalifornien und muss mit dem Vorwurf leben, dass zu viele öffentliche . Übersetzung im Kontext von „saved by the bell“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: But close your eyes first, Dad because there's a few minutes left of. California High School (deutscher Alternativtitel: Pausenstreß und erste Liebe; Originaltitel: Saved by the Bell) ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom des.
Übersetzung für "saved by the bell" im DeutschÜbersetzung im Kontext von „saved by the bell“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: But close your eyes first, Dad because there's a few minutes left of. Saved by the Bell () ist eine Serie von Tracey Wigfield und Sam Bobrick mit Haskiri Velazquez (Daisy Jiménez), Mitchell Hoog (Mac Morris). Eine Gruppe. California High School (deutscher Alternativtitel: Pausenstreß und erste Liebe; Originaltitel: Saved by the Bell) ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom des.
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A follow-up series to the s sitcom. A group of California low-income high school students are transferred to Pacific Palisades' wealthy Bayside High, following a program by California Governor Zack Morris.
Look guys, the original premise of this series was over the top cheesiness and that worked in the early 90's. It won't work today so I love the tongue in cheek way that this reboot pokes fun at itself and the original series whilst still being enjoyable.
I liked the original as a kid and I don't mind this as an adult. It's not groundbreaking or amazing but it's different and watchable and I was able to easily watch the first series with a fair amount of enjoyment.
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Episode List. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. Belding, respectively. The series follows a new group of Bayside High students from "overprivileged" and working-class families, among the latter of which were transferred to the school as part of a plan by now- California Governor Zack Morris—whose administration experiences controversy for closing too many low-income high schools—to send lower-income students to the highest-performing schools in the state.
On September 17, , it was announced that a single-camera revival of the series was in development for NBC's planned streaming service, Peacock , with Tracey Wigfield serving as showrunner.
On January 19, , Peacock renewed the series for a episode second season. Executive producer and showrunner Tracey Wigfield developed the idea alongside Berkley and Lopez, who joined the show also as producers.
Wigfield encouraged her staff to watch the old episodes and "think about them through a lens. When Wigfield approached transgender actress Josie Totah to play transgender cheerleader Lexi, she offered the actress a producing credit in order for her to have a voice in the writing process.
I was so grateful that Universal and [showrunner] Tracey Wigfield really championed me and allowed me to be a producer on this project because I didn't feel comfortable doing a show that explored my character's gender identity if representation didn't exist".
The production shutdown caused by the COVID pandemic forced the writers to change the three remaining teleplays and to simplify some details in order for the shooting to be viable for the new protocols.
The writing team was reassembled for a couple of weeks in August and, according to Wigfield, most of the changes "was just stuff that we had to simplify or we couldn't shoot at the school anymore.
Anything that took place at the gym or in the theater, or anything else in an actual school, we had to move to the lot.
So we had to make some changes there. Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez were initially announced as the only cast members of the original series to be reprising their roles  and it was reported that they would also serve as producers on the show.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar confirmed at the time that neither his former co-star Tiffani Thiessen nor him had been officially approached. On December 17, , it was reported that John Michael Higgins had signed on to play Mr.
Toddman, Bayside High's newest principal. In January , it was confirmed that Mark-Paul Gosselaar would also be returning but only for three episodes due to his commitment as a series regular on ABC's Mixed-ish.
It was reported that Gosselaar would also be serving as an executive producer. Both Gosselaar and Thiessen decided to go " unbilled " for their acting work and were solely credited as producers.
In early , Lark Voorhies stated that she was not initially invited to be part of the show's reunion as well as other cast members events while appearing on TV for the first time in years on The Dr.
Oz Show to discuss her mental health issues. Dustin Diamond publicly expressed disappointment for not being invited to reprise his role of Screech Powers in the new show, as the only cast member who had been featured as a leading character in every previous incarnation of Saved by the Bell.
In November , it was announced that Dennis Haskins would not be reprising the role of Mr. Belding in the first season of the new series.
Due to their involvement as producers during the pre-production process, both Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley had to cancel their appearances at the Steel City Con in Monroeville, Pennsylvania , originally scheduled on December 7—8.
The first table read was held at Universal Studios on December 17, , as announced by both Berkley and Lopez on their Instagram accounts. Filming officially began on January 10, , with Lopez giving fans a first look of the new series with a video of Berkley, Ed Alonzo and himself shooting their first scene at The Max diner,  built at Universal Studios.
The pilot, shot in 7 days, wrapped on January Unlike the original series that was almost-completely directed by one single helmer, Don Barnhart , the new show was scheduled to be directed by different directors for different episodes.
Primetime Emmy-winner Kabir Akhtar ,  Academy Award-winner Matthew A. Cherry  and Daniella Eisman  were among the new directors hired to helm each episode.
The series was shot using single-camera setup and without a live studio audience, unlike the original, multi-camera sitcom. Since the original sketches were lost, production designer Joseph Lucky had to use screenshots and pictures as references in order to recreate the iconic original sets, including the school's hallway, Mr.
Belding's office and The Max. On March 13, , production was halted due to the COVID pandemic in the United States during the pre-production of episode 1.
The show was originally set to be released over the summer. When production for the last three episodes was suspended amid the COVID pandemic , the release date was pushed back to November 25, On April 15, , Peacock released the first official teaser for the series, featuring scenes from the first seven episodes of the show  It was followed by a second teaser launched on August 10, On July 29, , Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Dashiell Driscoll launched Zack to the Future , a weekly podcast available on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , Entercom 's Radio.
On November 15, Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez were presenters at the 46th People's Choice Awards ceremony, where host Demi Lovato dubbed their appearance "a Saved by the Bell reunion".
On November 16, Peacock launched a free Saved by the Bell channel including the original series , the two TV movies Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style and Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas and the spin-off series Saved by the Bell: The College Years.
In the video, actor Dexter Darden made it clear that there were "no laugh tracks" in the new show. On November 25, the day the show premiered, original cast members Elizabeth Berkley, Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen were guests on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
A three-day marathon of the original episodes aired on E! The marathon included the U. Several critics were given three non-sequential episodes to review, including the pilot.
She applauded showrunner Wigfield and the writing team for "masterfully" weaving all the best elements of the original show into the new series and was impressed by the trans character Lexi, "whose history is explained but never told through the filtered lens of trans struggle.
It's a significant portrayal that pushes the conversation beyond gender identity". Alan Sepinwall of Rolling Stone described the series as a "clever recontextualization by Wigfield, acknowledging that some of the antics that seemed adorable in the Nineties were actually awful".
He thought that it was "a bold choice not only to treat Zack as an outright villain, but to cast his doppelganger of a son in the same light" but on the other hand, being the series also addressed to the original fans, it wasn't "the safest choice to rub their noses in Zack having been a monster all along.
She called Zack and Kelly "vacuous and awful" but commended the overall product as a "good" and "wholesome revival". Alex Maidy of JoBlo.
He recognized that Wigfield had "good sense to realize that a show set at a moneyed SoCal high school cannot avoid the question of income inequality and how it trickles down into the public education system" and that the project "needed a justification for its own existence beyond nostalgia for the first Bush administration, and notwithstanding its many other flaws, Wigfield has smartly managed that much.
Still, a show about the subtle patronization of lowered expectations shouldn't be aspiring to little more than exactly that.
She also described the series as "the best attempt at reviving a sitcom we've seen" and added that it was "absolutely worth a Peacock subscription.
Slater and Jessie Spano", the cast's "great work" and the "solid writing. And I honestly think that's why it works. There are lessons at the end of each half-hour, only now they feel much deeper and more important than they did in the s.
Rob Owen of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review felt that tonally, "the new Bell rings cheekier and more meta than any previous iteration" but that "Daisy's tendency to break the fourth wall to confer with viewers produces some chuckles, but after a while the gimmick wears thin.
Having seen only three episodes, Owen added: "More writing like [Totah's lines] and this Bell might be worth saving". She described the updated versions of the original characters as "funny" dubbing Elizabeth Berkley's Jessie as "smart and ambitious" but found it hard to understand if the show was aimed for the original fans, for the new generation, or if it was just a satire of itself.
The series sparked controversy over its references to Selena Gomez 's kidney transplant in In the series' sixth episode "Teen-Line", two jokes were made regarding the identity of her kidney donor who was in fact Gomez's close friend, Francia Raisa.
The jokes received backlash on social media, with users calling them offensive and disrespectful; it led the phrase "Respect Selena Gomez" to become trending on Twitter.
In response to the controversy, Peacock , Universal Television , and the show's executive producers issued a statement:.
We apologize. It was never our intention to make light of [Gomez]'s health. We have been in touch with her team and will be making a donation to her charity, The Selena Gomez Fund for Lupus Research at USC.
The books all feature the main cast, and have the same storylines that relate to the main-plots in the TV shows.
In , Harvey Comics published a short-lived Saved by the Bell Comic series. Seven issues were released, including a Christmas and a Summer special.
The comic was generally not well-received, with comic book critic Matt D. Wilson saying "its character likenesses for the show's starts were rough at best.
In , Lion Forge Comics announced that its new all-ages imprint, ROAR Comics, would publish a new Saved by the Bell comic. Set initially during the gang's freshman year of high school, the comic serves as a modern update to the classic series.
It premiered in March alongside ROAR's adaptation of Punky Brewster. In , Dustin Diamond published an inside story of the show's cast and crew from his point of view, entitled Behind the Bell.
Some of Diamond's claims have been refuted by colleagues and questioned by critics. The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story aired on Lifetime on September 1, In September , Bayside!
The Musical! In contrast to the wholesome nature of Saved by the Bell , Bayside! The show's run has been extended 6 times. The UnMusical!
Electric Screechio  The show then took several years off, reopening in at NYC's Kraine Theatre with a revamped script and new cast  Following the success of Showgirls!
The show has had appearances from original Saved by the Bell cast members such as Dustin Diamond  and Dennis Haskins. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Season 2. Lionsgate Shop. November 5, TV Over Mind. Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Archived from the original on June 11,California High School ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom des US-Senders NBC, die von 19in den USA produziert und dort auch erstmals ausgestrahlt wurde. Die deutsche Erstausstrahlung der vier Staffeln erfolgte ab dem 2. Januar bei. California High School (deutscher Alternativtitel: Pausenstreß und erste Liebe; Originaltitel: Saved by the Bell) ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom des. Saved by the Bell: Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) ist mittlerweile Gouverneur von Kalifornien und muss mit dem Vorwurf leben, dass zu viele öffentliche . Saved by the Bell () ist eine Serie von Tracey Wigfield und Sam Bobrick mit Haskiri Velazquez (Daisy Jiménez), Mitchell Hoog (Mac Morris). Eine Gruppe.