We’re heading again to Bel-Air come 2023, as a result of Peacock simply unveiled a primary look and a premiere date for “Bel-Air” season two. Within the teaser trailer, launched on Nov. 17, Jabari Banks (Will) narrates a video montage highlighting the present’s solid, together with Adrian Holmes (Philip Banks), Cassandra Freeman (Vivian Banks), Olly Sholotan (Carlton Banks), Coco Jones (Hilary Banks), Akira Akbar (Ashley Banks), and Jimmy Akingbola (Geoffrey).
He says, “Life is a sequence of selections; a world of both this or that; push for what you need or let folks determine it out on their very own; set your personal guidelines or disturb the system; keep true to your imaginative and prescient irrespective of the associated fee; play the sport they need you to play or draw the road after which merely stroll away. All of us bought selections to make, however this time, nobody chooses for me.”
Season one ended with some unfinished enterprise between Will and his father, Lou (Marlon Wayans). Will’s mother, Vy (April Parker Jones), and Uncle Phil led Will to consider that Lou had deserted the household, however within the finale, he finds out that wasn’t precisely the case. Lou was incarcerated and did not need Will to see him in that method.
When POPSUGAR spoke to co-showrunner Rasheed Newson again in March, he stated that the second installment will additional discover that fallout to convey the Banks household again collectively. “That is in all probability our first mission, and it is not going to be straightforward,” he defined. “One of many issues we talked about is with a sitcom, on the finish of these half-hour, no matter drawback we’ve is resolved. [But] they lied to this boy for years. He looks like he actually got here right here, opened up his coronary heart to them, trusted them, and now he feels betrayed. It is going to be very laborious for them to rebuild that.”
Forward, discover out extra about what’s on the horizon for “Bel-Air” season two, together with the teaser trailer, launch date, and first-look photos.