‘Fresh Prince’ Reboot Turns Up The Drama In Its First Trailer 30 Years Later

Bel-Air’s iconic Fresh Prince is getting a fresh new look, 30 years later.

“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” the beloved sitcom starring Will Smith that aired for six seasons in the 1990s, is officially coming back — being rebooted as simply “Bel-Air” and streaming on Peacock, But the new show looks different than what fans of the original may expect. While that show was a half-hour sitcom, “Bel-Air” is an hour-long drama. There are other differences, too: Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv, for one, appear much younger in the new series

One thing, though, remains the same. Smith is still involved, though now as an executive producer rather than the star. He uploaded the trailer on his Instagram page following its debut, where it has now received more than 1 million views.

Bel Air starts streaming February 13th next month on Peacock. Trailer Courtesy: YouTube