Saved By The Bell Streaming: How To Watch Online

Just in time for Thanksgiving, the reboot of the 90s hit sitcom Saved By The Bell premieres on Peacock. If you are looking to watch something this holiday, the newest NBC’s offering might just be the one for you. Here’s how you can watch Saved By The Bell online.

The revival series will focus on an entirely new group of students at Bayside High. Zack Morris, played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar from the original cast, returns as the new governor of California. He gets into trouble for closing too many of the state’s underfunded high schools. As a response, he proposes that the affected students be sent to the well-funded schools in California including Bayside High. This influx of new students at the school then gives the privileged Bayside kids a much-needed dose of reality.

Aside from Gosselaar, several cast members from the original show will also return to reprise their roles. These include Elizabeth Berkley, Mario Lopez, and John Michael Higgins who play as Jessie Spano, A. C. Slater, and Principal Toddman respectively.

How to Watch Saved By The Bell Online?

While the original show aired weekly, Saved By The Bell reboot is dropping all its ten episodes at once. This means that viewers will get to watch everything at one go on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock. The series will be available starting November 25, and each episode will be 22 minutes long.

In order to watch, you should be a subscriber of Peacock first. If you have not subscribed yet, you can sign up for a free plan to check out the first episode. Should you decide to watch all 10 episodes, you’ll need to sign up for the Peacock Premium. The subscription costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 for a whole year.

Additionally, for fans of the original series who want to revisit some past episodes, we have good news for you. Peacock launched a new Saved By The Bell channel ahead of the reboot’s release earlier this month. It features over 100 episodes from the original series including movies and spin-offs created for the show. Unlike the new series, all of these episodes can be streamed online for free with just a Peacock Free plan.

Still not convinced? Watch the new series’ trailer below to get a glimpse of what’s in store for you.

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