Will Smith drops first trailer for Fresh Prince reunion

Will Smith drops first trailer for Fresh Prince reunion

Now, Will Smith has finally revealed that the Fresh Prince reunion is premiering on HBO Max on November 19. The Fresh Prince earned Golden Globe, Emmy, and Kids Choice Awards nominations over its lengthy run. Of course, they also pay tribute to late Uncle Phil actor James Avery, who passed away in December 2013.

Janet Hubert-Whitten, who played Vivian Banks for the first three seasons before departing the show due to clashes with Will Smith, will also make an appearance.

Per a trailer dropped today, the show's cast members are back together for a reunion special, airing November 19 on HBO Max (via Entertainment Weekly).

That's not to say that the cast won't be interesting or have lots of fun memories to share, but I always feel like you can get a better understanding of show's development when you speak with people who are behind the camera. The Instagram post has gone on to receive over 4.7 million likes, further confirming just how excited Fresh Prince fans are about this upcoming event.

Let me tell you a story, all about how The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air cast sat down and reminisced about their time in "Bel-Air".

Directing the special is Marcus Raboy, with Rikki Hughes as the executive producer and showrunner - as well as Miguel Melendez, Lukas Kaiser, James Lassiter, and Brad Haugen for Westbrook Media.

Running at a time sometimes called the golden era of Black television programming, "Fresh Prince" helped shape how Black characters were portrayed on television and film by pushing back on cultural perceptions and prejudices. "I said, Uh, pass!"

The special will air on HBO Max however there is now no airdate for the UK.

Individually, NBCUniversal's Peacock additionally has made a nostalgia play for the West Philadelphia-to-Bel Air franchise: Two months in the past, Smith introduced Peacock picked up two seasons of drama sequence "Bel-Air".

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