Entertainment TV 'Saved by the Bell' Reboot: Old Rivalries and Romances Are Renewed in Season 2 Trailer Season 2 of the Saved by the Bell reboot premieres Nov. 24 on Peacock By Ally Mauch Published on November 3, 2021 04:48 PM Share Tweet Pin Email The Saved by the Bell reboot is back! The second season of Peacock's revival series is set to premiere on the streaming service Nov. 24. On Wednesday, the official trailer dropped, teasing new high school drama — as well as some renewed romances and rivalries from the original '90s sitcom. "I can't wait to start junior year," Daisy (Haskiri Velazquez) says in the new clip, while Aisha (Alycia Pascual-Peña) notes, "Last year, you changed this place." "I got people to care about important stuff, not just Bayside nonsense," Daisy says — but she's sidetracked by Mac (Mitchell Hoog) tossing a water balloon at his dad, OG Saved by the Bell character Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar). "Oh boy, here we go," Daisy says. Patrick Wymore/Peacock Season 2 of Saved by the Bell Reboot Will Pay Tribute to Dustin Diamond and His Character Screech Meanwhile, the adults are having their own issues. "Everybody knows I'm getting a divorce," school counselor Jessie Spano (Elizabeth Berkley) tells football coach A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez), whom she dated as a teenager. "Fate is real, you're working at the same school as your first love," Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani Thiessen) then tells Jessie, referring to Slater, who is later shown sweetly telling Jessie, "You've been through a lot." The trailer also shows more glimpses of Gosselaar's Zack and Lark Voorhies' Lisa Turtle, including one shot showing all five of the original characters reuniting at their old favorite hangout spot. Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on Saved by the Bell, died earlier this year, but the reboot's showrunner Tracey Wigfield has said that the new season will pay tribute to the late actor. Evans Vestal Ward/Peacock Saved by the Bell Reboot Sets Season 2 Premiere Date, Teases OG Cast Reunion and More The new clip additionally reveals that Bayside High is hosting the California school spirit competition, during which they will have to face off against rival Valley — another throwback to the original series. "Bayside hasn't won a spirit competition for 200 years," Principal Ronald Toddman (John Michael Higgins) says. "If we don't learn from the past we are doomed to repeat it." "That's why we have all these reboots of TV shows from the 90s," Josie Totah's Lexi quips in a tongue-in-cheek reference to the show itself. "Get a new idea Hollywood." Season 2 of Saved by the Bell premieres Nov. 24 on Peacock.