Peacock Releases First Intro For Fresh Prince Dramatic Reboot

Bel-Air (Peacock Series) Peacock has released the very first early teaser for its upcoming dramatic re-interpretation of the prominent '90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Entitled simply Bel Air, the series is slated to strike the streaming solution at some point in 2022.

The show is established to differ what you might expect with a TV show revival or reboot. A run-through for the collection shows that Bel Air will lean right into the initial property, while also making some modifications: Will's difficult trip from the streets of West Philly to the gated estates of Bel Air. With a reimagined vision, Bel Air will dive deeper right into the intrinsic conflicts, feelings, as well as prejudices that were difficult to fully explore in a 30-minute comedy layout, while still delivering swagger and also nods to the initial program. Have a look at the intro listed below.

In August, Bel Air obtained brand-new co-showrunners in T.J. Brady (The 100) and Rasheed Nelson (Marcos). Previously this year, Chris Collins (The Wire) tipped down from his post as showrunner and exec producer on the collection-- as well as it's unclear what duty or involvement Collins could ultimately have with the collection.

The principle stemmed from a four-minute viral clip that was initially posted in March 2019 by Kansas City filmmaker Morgan Cooper. The clip quickly grabbed vapor and ended up being a breakthrough video clip for Cooper, that has actually been collaborating with Will Smith on the collection.

Bel Air stars newcomer Atari Banks as Will, Adrian Holmes as Phillip Banks (At That Age, V Wars), Cassandra Freeman as Vivian Banks (The Adversary Within, Atlanta), Only Shooting as Carlton Financial Institutions (Run Hide Battle, Advancement of Nate Gibson), Coco Jones as Hilary Banks (Let it Shine, Vampires vs. The Bronx), Akira Akbar as Ashley Banks (We Can Be Heroes, Captain Marvel), Jimmy Angola as Geoffrey (A Lot Of Harmful Game, Over Time), Jordan L. Jones as Jazz (Rel, Snowfall), as well as Simone Delight Jones as Lisa (The Chair, Suppose). The collection is filmed on area both in Los Angeles and Philadelphia.