It's finally here: Lifetime has released the first trailer for its upcoming Saved by the Bell expose, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar disputes his Saved by the Bell co-star Dustin Diamond's claims that the show was one big drug-fueled orgy behind the scenes.
"Everything I've heard about his book is that it's very negative, and I don't remember those things," Gosselaar told HuffPost Live this week.
The scandalous behavior that took place behind the scenes of Saved by the Bell will be chronicled in a new Lifetime movie later this year.
The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story will premiere on Lifetime on September 1, Buzzfeed reports. It will be based on interviews with former cast and crew members, as well as the events depicted in Dustin Diamond's 2009 memoir Behind the Bell, which contains stories of cast members doing drugs and sleeping with each other.
We aren't the only ones ready to return to Bayside! A few Saved by the Bell stars have started voicing their support for a reunion.
On the extremely off-chance you've been dreaming of a Saved by the Bell tell-all, Dustin Diamond has just the book for you. The former Screech's Behind the Bell includes lots of entertaining anecdotes — like the time he says he showed Elizabeth Berkley his junk, years before his homemade sex tape — as well as claims about drugs and hook-ups that his cast mates are already dismissing. "We weren't in rehab and Mr. Belding wasn't my crack dealer," Mark-Paul Gosselaar told Us.
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In the video below, Diamond told us what steps his publisher took to avoid lawsuits, and about his new life as a stand-up comedian.
Full disclosure: We took a quick flip through the book and chuckled more than we expected to. Will you read it?