Writer/director Morgan Cooper, reimagined the new series as a drama in the 2019 spec trailer. Bel-Air will involve a dramatic look at the “inherent conflicts, emotions, and biases” that would involve a young Black man from West Philadelphia as he suddenly finds himself in the affluent neighborhood of Bel-Air.
Alfonso also discussed how the upcoming Bel-Air will be different from the original sitcom. Unfortunately that means audiences won’t see Ribeiro as the loveable Carlton Banks again.
“It’s a completely different show with none of us really involved in it”
When asked whether he would at least have a cameo in the reboot, Ribeiro said, “not from me, no.”
While us ‘90s kids are heartbroken, Ribeiro is really excited about the new route that the show is taking. He’s also pretty sure the “reimagining” would be good as Will Smith is involved in it.
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