The 90's Hit T.V. Sitcom "Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air" Maybe Coming Back With A New Cast

The 90's Hit T.V. Sitcom "Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air"
Maybe Coming Back With A New Cast
BHR Hollywood Reports........The 90's Hit T.V. Show Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air maybe Coming Back To Modern Television. 

Will Smith is producing a new project that has "surface similarities" to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, including possibly being a fish out of water story, it's not in fact actually a new version of Fresh Prince. 

However, TV Line, who originally reported on the project and named it as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, has yet to change their story.

Though details about the new project are scarce, sources told the website that Will Smith's production company is in the “very early stages” of developing a revival that is set in present day.

Will Smith 
 Joining Smith as executive producers would be his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, as well as Caleeb Pinkett, and James Lassiter. 

The original Fresh Prince aired on NBC from 1990 to 1996.

 Speaking about the decision to reboot Heroes and bring back Coach, Greenblatt said, "Every now and then a good idea comes up, [but] we're very careful about reviving old shows, because it's really difficult thing to do."

Will Smith 
"At the moment, there's a couple of things we're talking about," he continued, "but Heroes seemed to be a show [that] still [has] such a rabid fanbase online [that] we thought a new edition of it could just be a success. 

But I think we have to be measured about how much we look to the past."

When asked about the network's decision to bring back the '90s series Coach, a decision that left many TV fans scratching their heads, Greeblatt said that the idea of picking up 20 years later came together pretty quickly and was presented to him by Nelson and the show's creator. 
Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air Sitcom 

"One man's practical joke is another man's hit show," he said.

Today happens to be NBC’s day at the TCA press tour and NBC chairman Robert Greenblatt was asked if he’d be interested in the new version of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. 

Greenblatt actually hadn’t heard about the project yet, as news of it had just broken. But his first response was, “It’s something I’d be happy to talk to Will about, sure.”

While Fresh Prince of Bel-Air aired on NBC, it came from Warner Bros. Television, though they were not mentioned in TV Line’s initial report.