Millennials who grew up with the sitcom in the late '80s and early '90s can now get "bite-sized" Bayside High fixes on the social media platform.  

November 05, 2018

November 5, 2018

Saved by the Bell
Credit: NBC

Most millennial parents will admit that once upon a time—or still, to this day—they adored Saved By the Bell. NBC's high school sitcom became part of the zeitgeist in the late '80s and early '90s and starred a majorly memorable cast: Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Dustin Diamond, Tiffani Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Voorhies, and Dennis Haskins. Then, it was syndicated, and younger kids were introduced to Zack, Kelly, Screech, Lisa, Slater, and Jessie. Now, old and new school fans alike can bask in their Bayside glory days—on social media. 

Last week, NBC released mini Saved By the Bell episodes—which run for roughly 4-6 minutes, covering all the plot points of the full episodes—on NBC's Instagram TV.

You can customize the clips for vertical view, and they also have split screen and pop-up features. In other words, it's the perfect way to reminisce and share your fave Saved By the Bell moments with friends or even introduce the show to your kids.

If the IG clips start to feel more like teasers than the real deal, you can head over to the NBC app and to stream full episodes of the show. If that wasn't enough, fans who make their way to L.A. before March 2019 can actually eat at Saved by The Max, a pop-up diner (with a full bar!) that looks just like the Bayside kids' favorite hangout.

Looks like anyone itching to go back to the early '90s should have no problem doing so, thanks to NBC's knack for tapping into millennial nostalgia!