‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ Is Finally Back On Netflix
All together now: "Now, this is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down and I'd like to take a minute, just sit right there, I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel Air." That's right - all six seasons of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air are now back and available to watch on Netflix.
The iconic 90s comedy, which follows Will Smith as a fictionalised version of himself who goes to live with his rich uncle and aunt, had left Netflix back in December 2018.
The streaming giant announced that the comedy is back in a tweet, posting a video of Will's famous and tear-jerking "How come he don't want me?" scene with Uncle Phil, and writing: "All 6 seasons of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air are back on netflix, so you can watch one of most heartbreaking sitcom scenes in TV history as often as you like."
Fans reacted with delight to the news, writing "OMG THANK U!!!!" and "About time!!!!"
Others said they weren't quite ready for the feels of the video, with one fan writing: "Damn man. 22 years later and this can still make me cry."
Another complained: "How DArE you i am emotionally hungover this morning and even without the sound on I started bawling i am calling up my barrister now you are sued for emotional sadness Netflix [sic]."
In other Fresh Prince news, fans recently enjoyed watching a trailer for an imagined remake of the show set in 2019.
Produced by Sun Squared Media, the trailer was captioned: "What would happen if Will Smith made The Fresh Prince today? Bel-Air, a story of a kid from Philly whose life got turned upside-down... in 2019."
All we can do is hope Netflix falls in love with the trailer and commissions a remake for real...
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