Bel-Air season 2: Is the new season premiering in February 2023?

Bel-Air season to release in just a couple of days. What to expect from Will in the new season?

The series Bel-Air is set to return with its second installment in just a few days now and the excitement is at the highest among the fans. The announcement is enough to get the viewers to the edge of their seats to know what’s more in the store from the reboot series of the sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

The new season is one of the reasons why the fans have been watching the episodes of season one on Peacock. Keep reading to find out more about the upcoming season.

Bel-Air Season 2: When will the new season premier?

The wait is finally over as the new season of Bel-Air will be hitting the network in February. After months of anticipating the season will finally be returning on Thursday, February 23, 2023. The first two episodes will drop on the same of release while the remaining will release on weekly basis. The last episode of the season is expected by March 2023.

Bel-Air Season 2: What storyline to expect from the new season?

The upcoming season will obviously pick up from the last episode of the previous season. The second season shows Will at crossroads as new figure enters his life and challenges him whatever he has learned at Bel-Air and tries to control him with his influence. He juggles this while navigating his home life with the Banks family and trying to rebuild the trust that was broken by the end of season one.

We shall also see Hilary evolve into more of a girl-boss era in her influencer world and how it affects her relationship with Jazz. It has also been suggested that Viv and Phil are struggling to balance their married life and family as they are forging their own career paths.

Bel-Air Season 2: Which all cast members are expected to return for the upcoming season?

The main star cast who is expected to reprise their roles are Jabari Banks as Will Smith, Cassandra Freeman as Vivian Banks, Olly Sholotan as Carlton, Akira Akbar as Ashley Banks, Jimmy Akingbola as Geoffrey Thompson, Coco Jones as Hilary Banks, Jordan L. Jones as Jazz, Simone Joy Jones as Lisa Wilkes, and Adrian Holmes as Philip Banks.