The Bayside Gang meets again, but Zack Morris is not invited for the time being.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who in NBC's beloved "Saved by the Bell" series, said he was never approached to attend the upcoming TV sequel to the show, will resume the roles of Mario Lopez and and Elizabeth Berkley.
"Gosselaar told Variety on Monday night on the" Mixed-ish "premiere red carpet. "Honestly, I was never approached. I am with a kind of & # 39; huh & # 39; Wake up in response to the message.
Although he said he would definitely consider repeating the loveable character ("Of course, I was always interested in that," he said), he understands why NBC has never achieved it. Gosselaar is now featured in ABC's "Mixed-ish" competition for NBCUniversal's newly-named Peacock streaming service. " I'm ABC, so it's not really Disney Plus, so I understand the business side of things," he said. "But I had no idea it was that far."
However, when Peacock announced plans to revive "Saved by the Bell," he relied on Zack's popularity as a result of the events that set in motion the new series, and certainly Gosselaar left the door open to Gosselaar could join.
When he sprang up decades after the release of the original series, this character is now expected to be the governor of California facing counter-reactions to the closure of too many low-income high schools. The affected students are then distributed to the state's most powerful schools ̵