10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About ‘Saved By The Bell’
Millions of Americans are able to finish to finish the song that starts out “When I wake up in the morning and the alarm gives out a warning, I don’t think I’ll ever make it on time…;” because they watched a much loved show known as “Saved by the Bell.” Despite the fact that it had a relatively short run, the series ingrained itself in television viewers minds. We all felt as though we were growing up with Zach and Kelly and AC Slater and Jessie Spano, and of course Screech. Despite all of that there are some things about the beloved program you probably didn’t know, until now.
The Show Originally Had Another Name And Another Focus
Saved by the Bell was originally going to be called Good Morning Miss Bliss and would center around Hayley Mills as the titular teacher. The show didn’t catch on in its original form, however NBC was able to make a successful show out of the premise of students at a school and the show we all know and loved was born.
The Show Had A Ton Of Famous Guest Stars
Over the course of its run, the show had a ton of guest stars that went on to be quite famous later on. Among those guests were Eric Dane and Denise Richards, as well as Tori Spelling.