Saved By The Bell
The actor stars on the Peacock series as Lexi, a Bayside High cheerleader and brassy queen bee who happens to be trans but won't be tokenized.
Diamond, who played Screech on the NBC sitcom, died Monday.
The actor, who played "Screech" on the sitcom, was diagnosed with cancer a few weeks ago.
The actor who played Screech is undergoing treatment in Florida.
A spokesperson for the actor who played Screech said tests were being done and "it doesn't look good."
An episode of Peacock's “Saved By The Bell” reboot sparked major outrage for insensitive jokes about the singer’s lifesaving transplant surgery.
"He had his journey," the "Saved by the Bell" star told Andy Cohen before the reboot airs with the whole gang except Diamond.
The "Punky Brewster" preview also dropped as NBC's Peacock streaming service prepares to fly.
Transgender advocate and writer Tiq Milan shares what transgender representation in media will look like in 2020.
Josie Totah is joining Bayside High in the modern update of the iconic ‘90s show.
Josie Totah, whose credits include the Disney Channel's "Jessie," will appear alongside Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley in the NBC revival.
Vermont police said Kevin Bacon -- not the actor -- was especially interested in an episode called "Screech's Spaghetti Sauce."
"This is what 30+ years of friendship looks like," actor Mark-Paul Gosselaar wrote of the reunion dinner.
Stephen Colbert shocked the "What Men Want" star with a photo of her on "The New Class" spinoff.
The actress and cookbook author still has a soft spot for the show.
The co-stars reunited on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Saniyya Sidney told her “The Passage” co-star, who rose to fame on “Saved by the Bell,” that she only knows one "Zac" — Efron.
Here are some of our favorite times the small screen went green in support of the environment.
"It wasn’t just about being on the show. It was about caring about everybody that was part of the show."