New Bel-Air Season 2 Trailer Reveals Peacock's Return Date

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The first teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of Bel-Air, which will star Jabari Banks, has been made available online by Peacock.

On February 23, 2023, the reimagined version of the classic sitcom Will Smith will star is expected to come back. The video provides us with our first look at what we anticipate seeing in the subsequent part of the series.

New Bel-Air Season 2 Trailer Reveals Peacock's Return Date

The synopsis states that “Bel-Air Season 2 picks up with Will at a crossroads as a new character comes into his life who challenges what he’s learnt in Bel-Air and struggles for control of his influence,” and this is exactly what happens at the beginning of the second season.

He does all this while navigating his home life with the Banks family and attempting to rebuild the trust damaged at the close of the previous season.

As Will and Carlton get closer to one another but continue to push one another about their differences, we’ll start to witness the beginnings of brotherhood between them.

We will also see Hilary develop as she becomes more of a boss in her influencer world and how that spills over into her relationship with Jazz.

In addition, we will highlight the relatable struggles that Viv and Phil face as they try to balance their marriage and family while also forging their career paths and reconnecting with the things that are important to them.

Have a look at the teaser trailer for Season 2 of Bel-Air down below:

Bel-Air Season 2 Trailer

Bel-Air is reimagining the classic comedy as a contemporary drama, and a video inspired by Morgan Cooper with the same name went viral. Cooper, who is also slated to serve as executive producer, is a co-writer and director of the piece.

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The reboot features acting debuts from Jabari Banks, Adrian Holmes (V Wars), Cassandra Freeman (Atlanta), Olly Sholotan (Evolution of Nate Gibson), Carlton Banks, Hilary Banks, Akira Akbar (Captain Marvel), Jimmy Akingbola (Most Dangerous Game), Jazz, and Simone Joy Jones (The Chair, What If).

T.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson, also working as showrunners, are the executive producers for the Bel-Air series. Both Universal Television and Westbrook Studios contributed to the creation of this show. Will Smith, Terence Carter, James Lassiter, Miguel Melendez, Malcolm Spellman, Quincy Jones, and Benny Medina serve as executive producers, along with the show’s original creators Andy and Susan Borowitz.