Saved By The Bell: Lark Voorhies, who performed Lisa Turtle in the original “Saved by the Bell.” And will reprise the character for a special presentation in the new Peacock series.
The NBC streaming program released a first-look image of the star back in character on set. She enters Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Mario Lopez. And also Elizabeth Berkley as fragments of the original cast slated to return for the latest show.
The new series supports a group of scholars at Bayside High. And a well-funded school for pupils from upper-class and lower-class families.
The central cast of students For the Saved By The Bell includes:
- Belmont Cameli,
- Dexter Darden,
- Mitchell Hoog,
- Alycia Pascual-Peña,
- Josie Totah and
- Haskiri Velazquez.
Beginning this year, Voorhies shared on “The Dr. Oz Show” that not being included alongside other original cast members. And left her upset for the cast. She also advised that her examination with bipolar disorder. And which was the center of her chat with Dr Oz, could have performed a role in her exclusion.
“I have to admit I did feel a bit slighted. And hurt when I did not propose to be part of the ‘Saved by the Bell’ reunion. And also, as well as other staff members events,” she shared. “Yet, of course, I also understand that having this difficult disorder may have played a major part in that factual decision. And also, With that in mind, I am truly grateful for having had the chance to work. Work on a show that so prosperous.”
Peacock published a trailer for the forthcoming series on Tuesday. And the program is slated to premiere on Nov. 25. And also, “Saved by the Bell” is recorded by Tracey Wigfield. She also works as an executive producer with Franco Bario and Peter Engel.
We are looking ahead to the show soon. Let us wait and amaze the show soon on CBS.