Who’s ready to head back to the Banks house and continue where they left off?
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s dramatic one-hour reboot Bel Air dropped their teaser trailer and new photos today. As well as announced season two will premiere on Peacock with the first three episodes on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023. New episodes will stream weekly after that.
Like its predecessor, the drama series follows Will Smith’s (Jabari Banks) complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air. The series tackles everything from into Racial tension, Culture shock, and Black excellence.
The series also stars Adrian Holmes, Cassandra Freeman, Olly Sholotan, Coco Jones, Akira Akbar, Jimmy Akingbola, Jordan L. Jones, and Simone Joy Jones.
According to the synopsis:
“Season two of Bel-Air picks up with Will at a crossroads as a new figure comes into his life who challenges what he’s learned in Bel-Air and competes for control of his influence. He juggles this while navigating his home life with the Banks family and trying to rebuild the trust that was broken at the end of last season.
We’ll see Will and Carlton’s brotherhood start to evolve as they grow closer, but still challenge each other about their differences. We’ll also see Hilary evolve as she becomes more of a boss in her influencer world and how that spills over into her relationship with Jazz, and also highlight the relatable struggles around Viv and Phil balancing marriage and family while trying to forge their own career paths and reconnect to the things that are important to them.”
Check out season 2 photos below:
Writer and executive producer Carla Banks Waddles will serve as showrunner this season. Additional executive producers include Smith, Morgan Cooper, Anthony Sparks, Malcolm Spellman, Terence Carter, James Lassiter, Miguel Melendez, Benny Medina, Quincy Jones, Andy and Susan Borowitz, and Season 1 showrunners TJ Brady and Rasheed Newson. Cooper, Spellman, Brady, and Newson developed the reimagined version of the 90s sitcom and is based on Cooper’s short fan film of the same name.