Bel-Air and the reboot of the famous sitcom of the 90s Willy the Prince of Bel-Air, and will be broadcast during the 2022. Produced by Peacock, the new series presented itself with the first official teaser trailer, recently released and lasting about forty seconds.
The trailer has a background melancholy music and at times dramatic, which emphasizes the possible reinterpretation in key darker of the sitcom. The work tells the story of Willy and how his life is turned upside down by events. The story has been revised, corrected and rewritten, for a transposition far from the atmosphere of the original sitcom with Will Smith.
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The teaser trailer does not feature the entire reboot theme Bel-Air, but some texts selected ad hoc for the video. This could be a part of the introductory theme or a component used by Peacock for the marketing campaign, but that will not appear in the series (this seems the least likely hypothesis).
In a recent press release from the show’s creators, the showrunners TJ Brady And Rasheed Newson they declared:
Taken as a whole, Bel-Air is a coming-of-age story that celebrates the strength and love of the Black family. We stayed true to the original premise of the series: Will’s life is turned upside down after he is forced to leave West Philly and travel to Bel-Air, where he lands with all his riches. The new series will bring Will and his family to the world we know. It was incredible to bring these iconic characters to life, drawing on the cultural sector of our time [per adattare il reboot]. The series has been the fabric of education for so many of us, linked to memories and the joy of seeing ourselves represented on TV, so it’s important for us to respect its legacy.
The cast of the reboot series was announced last September, which will include Jabari Banks in the role of Willy, previously played by a very young Will Smith, Adrian Holmes such as Philip Banks and Cassandra Freeman like Vivian Banks.
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