Lifetime went behind the Bell on Monday and unveiled what (allegedly) happened behind the cameras of our favorite childhood sitcom. But instead of Zack Morris running the show, this time it was all about Screech — and the story from outcast Dustin Diamond's perspective.
The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, based on Diamond's tell-all memoir, began with the gang -- Dylan Everett as Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Sam Kindseth as Diamond, Tiera Skovbye as Elizabeth Berkley, Julian Works as Mario Lopez, Alyssa Lynch as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, and Taylor Russell McKenzie as Lark Voorhies — pulling up to their first mall tour unaware their lives were about to change.
Lifetime has released the first five minutes of its upcoming Saved by the Bell expose, The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, and it's exactly what you would expect. Well, except for one minor thing.
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.
Changes are coming to TNT's Franklin & Bash.
When the fourth season kicks off Wednesday (10/9c), the legal comedy will feature new characters, a few major exits and a new look. Rachel (Heather Locklear) has left the firm, in addition to original cast members Pindar (Kumail Nanjami) and Carmen (Dana Davis), while Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) too have taken on new, more senior level positions within Infeld-Daniels. But don't expect our favorite slackers to button up. The duo says that, if anything, Season 4 feels like a return to form with Franklin and Bash as the renegade underdogs you're rooting for.
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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.