From 1989 to 1993, the teens of captivated audiences across America with their goofy charm and lovable antics. More than two decades later, learn what all your Bayside High faves are up to now.
Everyone loved goofball Zack Morris, one of the biggest class clowns around. We'd know that charming smirk anywhere!
With his full beard and spiffy suit, we probably wouldn't recognize walking on the street. Today, the father of four is working on the new Fox show Pitch, all about Major League Baseball.
Kelly Kapowski, the show's lovable "girl next door," was the most popular student at Bayside — and Zack Morris's love interest throughout the series.
It's been more than 23 years since Saved by the Bell ended, but you wouldn't know it looking at Thiessen, who looks as youthful as ever. In 2015, Thiessen began hosting the Cooking Channel's Dinner at Tiffani's, where she invites her famous friends to help her whip up delicious dinners.
This hunky jock proved to be more than just a pretty face on Saved by the Bell. The character also had a sensitive side, as seen when he dated Jessie Spano.
Arguably the most successful of the bunch, Mario Lopez is still smack dab under the spotlight. Not only has he worked on shows like Nip/Tuck, but he also counts Extra, America's Best Dance Crew and The X Factor on the list of shows he's hosted. And after two decades he hasn't aged a bit, if you ask us.
Headstrong Jessie Spano often served as the group's moral compass, with her feminist views and passion for environmentalism.
Two years after Saved by the Bell ended, Berkley starred in the cult favorite film Showgirls as the ambitious dancer Nomi Malone, which took her career in a totally different direction. Since Showgirls, she's appeared on The L Word, Dancing With The Stars and (surprise!) the aforementioned Dinner at Tiffani's.
The coolest and most well-dressed of the bunch, Lisa Turtle provided all the best fashion tips — and the juicy gossip, of course.
Since the show ended, Lark Voorhies has appeared on shows including The Bold and the Beautiful and Robot Chicken, as well as a few short films. (She's also self-published three books!) And judging by this lovely ensemble worn at an event in Los Angeles, she's still maintained her character's strong sense of fashion.
The goofy and adorable Samuel "Screech" Powers starred in Saved by the Bell, of course, but he also appeared in its predecessor Good Morning, Miss Bliss as well as the show's spinoffs, Saved By The Bell: The College Years and Saved By The Bell: The New Class.
Diamond has had a varied career, appearing in multiple reality shows including Celebrity Fit Club and Celebrity Big Brother on top of his Saved by the Bell-related work. He's experienced legal problems since the show, as well, having been arrested for possessing a switchblade knife in 2014, and disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed weapon in 2015.
As one of the only adults regularly seen on the show, goofy principal Mr. Belding struck a balance between wrangling the kids when they were misbehaving and helping them out when they needed it.
While he's made appearances in popular shows like It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Mad Men, it was Haskins' 2015 reunion with Mark-Paul Gasselaar, Mario Lopez, Tiffani Thiessen and Elizabeth Berkley on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that's become his most memorable appearnace in recent years.