Bayside High is back in session.

Elizabeth Berkley and Mario Lopez are set to reprise their “Saved By The Bell” roles in a new TV series for NBCUniversal’s new streaming service, Peacock. A source tells The Hollywood Reporter other original cast members, including Mark-Paul Gosselaar are reportedly in talks to return.

If Gosselaar signs on, the new series will explore what happens when California Gov. Zack Morris (Gosselaar) feels the heat after closing too many low-income schools, leaving him to propose they send students to high-performing schools — like Bayside. The privileged Bayside students get a dose of reality — and comedy — as they deal with the influx of new and diverse students. Berkley and Lopez will reprise their roles as Jessie Spano and A.C. Slater, now parents to high school students.

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Gosselaar, who will next appear in the “Black-ish” spinoff “Mixed-ish”, has previously spoken about his desire for a “Saved By The Bell” reboot.

The new comedy will come from “30 Rock” writer and “Great News” creator Tracey Wigfield, who will executive-produce alongside original series producer Peter Engel. Lopez and Berkley are also set to produce.

There’s no release date for the series. However, Peacock is expected to launch in April 2020.

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