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Bel-Air is a television series on Peacock, executive produced by Will Smith, that reimagines the iconic, culture-defining '90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and was inspired by Morgan Cooper's viral fan trailer. It premiered on February 13, 2022, Super Bowl Sunday, with three episodes at launch and new episodes streaming weekly.[1]

Synopsis[]

Set in modern-day America, Peacock's new one-hour drama series Bel-Air imagines the beloved sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through a new, dramatic take on Will's complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air. As these two worlds collide, Will reckons with the power of second chances while navigating the conflicts, emotions, and biases of a world far different from the only one he’s ever known.

Executive produced by Will Smith, and inspired by Morgan Cooper's viral trailer that reimagined the iconic, culture-defining '90s sitcom, Bel-Air takes a fresh and raw approach to this world of swagger, style, and aspiration, while exploring Will's complex journey through a current lens. The new series features an ensemble cast that introduces Jabari Banks as Will and a creative team that includes Cooper, who serves as director, co-writer, and executive producer, and co-showrunners and executive producers T.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson.[2]

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Main Cast[]

Crew[]

  • T.J. Brady (co-showrunner/executive producer)
  • Rasheed Newson (co-showrunner/executive producer)
  • Morgan Cooper (creator/executive producer/director/co-writer)
  • Will Smith (executive producer)
  • Terence Carter (executive producer)
  • James Lassiter (executive producer)
  • Miguel Melendez (executive producer)
  • Malcolm Spellman (executive producer)
  • Quincy Jones (executive producer)
  • Benny Medina (executive producer)
  • Andy Borowitz (executive producer)
  • Susan Borowitz (executive producer)
  • Chris Collins (former showrunner/co-writer)

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