Fans of '90s hit sitcom “Saved by the Bell” got a behind-the-scenes look at their favorite cast members in an iconic throwback pic.
Tiffani Thiessen, 47, shared the retro snap alongside her famous co-stars Lark Voorhies, 47, and Elizabeth Berkley, 48, which showed the trio having fun in playful hats in between filming the classic series.
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“#tbt We should have formed a band. Wait…” Theissen wrote on social media Thursday.
On the series, the three formed the group Hot Sundae and sang songs including a cover of The Pointer Staters' hit “I’m So Excited."
"Saved by the Bell" dominated TV screens from 1989 to 1993. In November 2020, the NBC streaming platform Peacock released a highly-anticipated reboot sequel series by the same name.
The reboot circles around Zack Morris (role reprised by Mark-Paul Gosselaar), now the California governor, and his decision to close underfunded schools and consolidate student populations in more greatly funded schools like Bayside High School where the original series takes place.
Thiessen, Voorhies, and Berkley all reprised their roles as Kelly Kapowski, Lisa Turtle, and Jessie Spano, respectively. The show also stars original cast member Mario Lopez, 47, as AJ Slater.
Voorhies made an appearance on the reboot after speaking publicly about how she felt “hurt” when her role was left out of the original casting plans, citing health issues.
"I have to admit I did feel a bit slighted and hurt when I was not invited to be part of the ‘Saved by the Bell’ reunion as well as other cast members events,” Voorhies told Dr. Oz. “Yet of course, I also realized that having this puzzling disorder may have played a major part in that factual decision.”
Dustin Diamond, who played Screech in the original series, died in February at the age of 44 after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
Season 2 of "Saved by the Bell" is currently in production.
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