Mark-Paul Gosselaar prefers unique concepts over the inflow of reboots and remakes taking up Hollywood.

The “Saved by the Bell” actor will without end be hooked up to the beloved present, to a point, however he has no real interest in revisiting this system. “Me personally, I’m okay with by no means seeing a reboot ever once more. I like unique content material,” he informed The Hollywood Reporter‘s “Awards Chatter” podcast.

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“I actually recognize what ‘Rosanne’ has achieved, what ‘Fuller Home’ [has done]. It’s nice!” Gosselaar insisted. “‘90210’ is now, I heard, for FOX however I’m okay with by no means seeing a reboot ever once more.”

That being stated, Gosselaar is open to having his mind-changed ought to somebody supply him a “Saved by the Bell” followup. “If it was a great product that I felt wouldn’t tarnish the unique product then yeah,” he stated. “I’m open to listening to something.”

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Gosselaar, 45, shut down the concept beef with co-star Dustin Diamond has something to do together with his disinterest in a “Saved by the Bell” reunion. “I’ve labored with actors that I couldn’t stand being within the room with and Dustin just isn’t a type of folks,” Gosselaar stated. The 2 most likely wouldn’t seize a beer afterwards, however “I don’t take any of that stuff personally particularly on the subject of work.”

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The alleged beef with Diamond stems from the notorious ebook Diamond wrote, Behind the Bell. “Saved by the Bell” initially ran from 1989 to 1993.

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