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'Saved By the Bell' Unauthorized TV Movie Teases Drama & Flirting in First Clip - Watch Now!

The first clip from The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story has been released and it shows loads of drama between Zack Morris, Kelly Kapowski, A.C Slater, Lisa Turtle, Screech, and more!

The TV movie stars Alyssa Lynch as Kelly Kapowski’s Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Dylan Everett as Zack Morris’ Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Taylor Russell as Lisa Turtle’s Lark Voorhies, Tiera Skovbye as Elizabeth Berkley‘s Jessie Spano, Sam Kindseth as Dustin Diamond‘s Screech, and Julian Works as Mario Lopez‘s A.C. Slater.

The drama begins when Alyssa (as Tiffani-Amber) flirts with Dylan (as Mark-Paul) on a photo shoot, when Taylor (as Lark) gets jealous because she has a crush on Mark-Paul! A bit of a squabble ensues later during the shoot when they pose for pics together.

A fight also breaks out between Sam (as Dustin) and Julian (as Mario). Watch below!

The film will debut on Lifetime on September 1.

'Saved by the Bell' Behind-The-Scenes Movie In the Works at Lifetime!

Here is some super cool news for all the fans of Saved By the Bell – a behind the scenes look at the making of the series will be dramatized into a made for television movie to air on Lifetime!

The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story will star modern-day equivalents of all the cast members – Dylan Everett (as Mark-Paul Gosselaar and his on-screen persona, Zack Morris), Sam Kindseth (Dustin Diamond/Screech), Julian Works (Mario Lopez/A.C. Slater), Alyssa Lynch (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen/Kelly Kapowski), Tiera Skovbye (Elizabeth Berkley/Jessie Sapano) and Taylor Russell McKenzie (Lark Voorhies/Lisa Turtle).

The film will air on Monday, September 1 at 9/8c on Lifetime, according to Variety. We can’t wait to see how it will be!

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Dustin Diamond's Tell-All: Behind The Bell!

Former Saved by the Bell star Dustin Diamond, aka dorky Samuel “Screech” Powers, is writing a tell-all memoir about his days at Bayside High.

The book, titled Behind the Bell, hits shelves Sept. 29 via Montreal-based Transit Publishing. According to Us Weekly, the book promises sexual escapades among cast members, drug use, and hardcore partying that occurred throughout the nearly thirteen years he was a part of the hit sitcom franchise.

“This book is freaking incredible!” Dustin‘s literary agent, Jarred Weisfeld, has said. “Everyone that reads it loves it, and [it] is truly one of my favorites of all time.”

Saved By The Bell Reunite on People Magazine Cover

Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Lark Voorhies, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen take the latest cover of People magazine for a Saved By The Bell reunion.

Zack Morris, A.C. Slater, Lisa Turtle, Jessie Spano and Kelly Kapowski!

Noticeably missing is Dustin Diamond, who played the nerdy Samuel “Screech” Powers. Maybe he was embarrassed of his 2006 sex tape Screeched, aka Saved by the Smell.

The reunion special covers “The hookups, the meltdowns, the memories: The cast reveals what was really going on… and what they think of each other now.”

Zack Morris Hits Jimmy Fallon's Show

Zack Morris from the cult series Saved By The Bell stops by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, airing on Monday night (June 8).

How awesome is that throwback cell phone?!

Zack (real name: Mark-Paul Gosselaar) talks about what he’s been up to since his days at Bayside High School and his romance with high school sweetheart Kelly (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen). He even joins The Roots to recreate “The Zack Attack” band singing a classic SBTB tune. Love!!!

Zack also calls one more of his friends from Bayside High School to see if they’ll come to Late Night. Tune in to see who else confirms from the cast!

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar: Saved By The Bell Reunion!

It’s been 16 years since Zack Morris ruled Bayside High, but Mark-Paul Gosselaar, 35, is still recognized most for his Saved by the Bell alter ego.

“That image will stay with me for my entire career,” Mark tells Life & Style. “But I’m not looking to shed the persona of Zack. I’m proud of the work I did.”

Mark, a husband and a dad of two, now stars as a public defender on TNT’s Raising the Bar and calls the role “different from anything that I’ve played or ever done in television.”

But don’t rule out a SBTB reunion. “Jimmy Fallon is trying to [reunite the cast],” Mark says. “We’re still discussing it.”

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