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Students ‘Saved by the Bell' again in Peacock's sitcom revival

9 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

At a time when many classes are being taught remotely, school is back in session at Bayside High.
The original “Saved by the Bell” has had several spinoffs already, including TV-movies and “The College Years” and “The New Class” series, and it gets another as Peacock begins streaming a new version Wednesday.
In the tradition of many revivals, familiar faces from the first show - including Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen and Lark Voorhies - merge with fresh ones, with John Michael Higgins (who also worked with “30 Rock”-alum executive producer...
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