Hear the new Saved by the Bell theme song remix performed by Lil Yachty
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As Lil Yachty would say, “BOOM!”
The Georgia-born rapper is the singer behind the theme song remix for the Saved by the Bell revival, premiering Nov. 25 via Peacock. EW has your first look — and listen — at the new title sequence featuring all the new and returning cast, plus a little autotuned Yachty to get your head boppin’.
“We were so excited to have Lil Yachty update the original Saved By the Bell theme song," said executive producer Tracey Wigfield. "Besides being cool and catchy, his music has a great sense of humor, which I really appreciate. I was less excited when he said he wanted to do it because his mom was a big fan of the show because that made me feel 100 years old.”
For 10 episodes, Saved by the Bell will introduce viewers to a whole new group of students walking the halls at Bayside High. In a controversial flub by Governor Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), underfunded high schools were shut down leaving some of the affected students to join the ranks at Bayside.
Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley Lauren will bring back the characters of A.C. Slater and Jesse Spano, respectively. Slater is now a physical education teacher and coach at his alma mater, while Dr. Spano holds court as the school’s counselor. Tiffani Thiessen returns as Kelly Kapowski, wife of Morris and mother to their son, Mac Morris (Mitchell Hoog). Lark Voorhies was a surprise addition to the cast, reprising the role of Lisa Turtle, who now has a successful career in fashion.
Joining the younger Morris at Bayside are his friends Lexi (Josie Totah) and Jamie Spano (Belmont Cameli), son of Dr. Spano. Incoming students include Daisy (Haskiri Velazquez), her best friend Aisha (Alycia Pascual-Pena), and Devante (Dexter Darden).
John Michael Higgins stars as Principal Toddman, who took over the role from Mr. Richard Belding (Dennis Haskins).
Listen to the new theme song remix in full above.
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