Mark-Paul Gossell is diving well into nostalgia with a new “Bell-Saved” pre-specific podcast.
Gossella has claimed that he has not seen the single episode of Teen Sitcom, a favorite of the culture “saved by Bell”, since he finished shooting his final scene for the NBC show more than two decades ago.
Now he’s going to watch all 16 episodes of Season 1 of the podcast series “Fax of the Future,” on which he will join Dashill Driscoll, creator and narrator of Funny or Die’s “Jack Morris Trash.” The two will break up each episode of the weekly podcast, analyze moments from the iconic show and discuss “never heard” stories from the set with featured guests.
“Over the years I have been asking dedicated fans of ‘Preserved by Bell’ to reconsider the show,” Gossella said in a statement. “I can’t wrap my head around the idea that the favorite series we created 30 years ago can entertain and celebrate the audience, for the most part I can’t think of anything to make of it and I’m thrilled to find the answer.” “
Dasheel, a self-described “SBTB” superfan, is currently writing for the show’s renaissance, which is set to make its debut on NBCUversial’s Peacock later this year. Goslayer said Diversity Last year he did not originally communicate about the “Save by Bell” reboot, but since then he has struck a deal to reinvent Jack’s role alongside Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkeley in Castro.
“Jack to the Future” is created by Cadence 13, a premium podcast company that is part of Intercom’s podcast network. Season 1 of the podcast will launch on July 29, 2020 on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Intercom’s Radio.com and other platforms.
“I’ve been told that there are other TV shows besides ‘Saved by Bell,’ and one day I hope to see one of them – they sound great,” Driscoll commented. “But by then I’m very excited to be back at Bayside to introduce Mark-Paul Gossiller to Jack Morris and do it with Cadence 13.”
Gossella is currently a mix of ABC Sitcom’s “Mixed-Ish,” which will return in this fall season 2. Past credits include “NYPD Blue” on ABC, “Franklin and Bash” on TNT, and “Pitch” and “The Passage” on Fox.
“Protected by Bell” aired on NBC in 1989-1993. The show has produced two spin-off series, “Decorated by Bell: College Colleges” and “Preserved by Bell: New Class”.
Listen to the trailer for “Jack the Future”: