The full official trailer for Peacock's Saved by the Bell reboot series is here, giving us a good look at the new cast along with several familiar faces. As was the case with the original series, the reboot is set at Bayside High as we follow the daily lives of a new set of students. We've previously gotten sneak peeks at Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley reprising their roles as A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano, and the new trailer finally reveals Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Governor Zack Morris and Tiffani Thiessen as Kelly Kapowski.

In the new Saved by the Bell, "when California governor Zack Morris gets into hot water for closing too many underfunded high schools, he proposes they send the affected students to the most well-funded schools in the state - including Bayside High. The influx of new students gives the privileged Bayside kids (who never have a problem that can't be solved in twenty-two minutes) a much-needed dose of reality."

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Mario Lopez will be featured heavily in the reboot series, as Slater has since become a coach and physical education teacher at Bayside High. Berkley will also be starring in a main role, as Jessie's daughter Jamie -- played by Belmont Cameli -- is a part of the new cast of Bayside students. Fans of the original series might also recognize Ed Alonzo reprising his role as Max, owner of The Max, who also makes a surprise appearance in the trailer.

We can see plenty of the other new cast members in the trailer as well, giving us an idea of what the new characters will be like. This includes Haskiri Velazquez as the ambitious sophomore Daisy, Mitchel Hoog as Zack and Kelly's son Mac Morris, Josie Totah as Lexi the cheerleader, Alycia Pascual-Pena as Daisy's best friend Aisha, and Dexter Darden as Devante.

It's impossible to say what the future will bring, but there will be one major cast member from the original series that isn't coming back for the Saved by the Bell reboot. Dustin Diamond, who famously played Samuel "Screech" Powers in all episodes of the original series and even every episode of its two spinoffs, was not invited to be a part of the series. Diamond expressed his disappointment publicly over the snub, but excluding the actor was not particularly surprising, given the tumultuous relationship he's had with his co-stars over the years.

Meanwhile, it's not clear if Lark Voorhies will be making an appearance on the series, reprising her classic role as Lisa Turtle. Appearing on The Dr. Oz Show in February to speak about the series, Voorhies similarly explained that she was not offered a chance to be involved. At the time, the actress said she felt "slighted and hurt" by the decision, and she speculated that her mental health struggles may be the reason why. As with Diamond, it's always possible to bring her in for a special appearance in a future episode, and it would be even better if it was a total surprise.

Saved by the Bell will begin streaming new episodes on Peacock on Nov. 25. The official trailer comes to us from Peacock on YouTube.