Bel-Air Season 2 Trailer from Morgan Cooper’s Film Released: It Begins With a Set Shot of the Californian Coast

Before ever working as a paid TV writer, Morgan Cooper wrote, produced, and directed the fan film “Bel-Air,” which updated the cherished Will Smith sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” for the modern era. Cooper and Smith met after this short to talk about “Bel-Air” and how it may become a TV series.

While Smith’s involvement gave legitimacy to what had previously been a fan project, the “Bel-Air” team also experienced sleepless nights as a result of the pressure they felt to win Smith’s approval of their creative decisions. Showrunners T.J. Brady and Rasheed Newson explained this by saying that Smith’s involvement caused them to feel this way.

Between February and March of 2022, Peacock broadcast the first season of “Bel-Air,” which had a total of 10 episodes. Ultimately, there was enough fan interest in “Bel-Air” to get Season 2 of the show confirmed.

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The first season of the show has a noticeably more serious tone than the primarily humorous “Fresh Prince,” thus Season 2 should continue to radically alter its inspiration and offer fresh perspectives for its eccentric take on its well-known ensemble of characters. Fans of Season 1 may now get a closer glimpse at what to anticipate from the show’s upcoming episode thanks to a trailer Peacock debuted on January 19.

“Bel-air” Season 2 Teaser Begins With a Set Shot of the Californian Coast

This new “Bel-Air” Season 2 teaser begins with a set shot of the Californian coast set to some piano notes from the song “N95” by Kendrick Lamar, which is followed by the song’s first line, “Hello new world.” Will (Jabari Banks), who then makes an emotional on-screen appearance in response to the musical cue, is heard saying in voiceover that he has just realized his entire existence has been built on a lie. Geoffrey, the housekeeper, encourages Will to face his concerns head-on (Jimmy Akingbola).

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Will seems to be flourishing inside; he earns a lot of money playing streetball games, for example, but finds himself at odds with those who are closest to him. Hilary (Coco Jones) and Carlton (Olly Sholotan), Will’s cousins, are also going through a lot of difficulties right now. The former is dealing with a social media partnership with influencer Ivy (Karrueche Tran), and the latter is dealing with his attempts to claim his identity.

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Even Uncle Phil (Adrian Holmes) is having problems since he prioritizes his career over his wife Vivian (Cassandra Freeman). Finally, the preview returns to Will asking Geoffrey if he has any advice to impart. Nothing you want to hear,” Geoffrey replies, laughing, reiterating the idea that not only Would but seemingly everyone in Season 2 will have to face some difficult facts.

When “Bel-Air” Season 2 debuts in Peacock on February 23, viewers will learn exactly how these interpersonal dramas will pan out.


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