Updated: Aug 3, 2019
The sitcom 'The Prince of Bel-Air' made young Will Smith a superstar in the 90s. For a long time, the series was no longer on TV. Now all six seasons are back on Netflix.
The streaming service is showing once again how the boy from the ghetto in Philadelphia suddenly finds himself in the posh district in Los Angeles and provides a fresh breeze there. Critics praised at that time that the series struck in addition to their high entertainment value and many socially critical issues.
Yesterday, Netflix announced the news in a tweet, sharing a much-loved emotional scene between Will and Uncle Phil to give everyone a nice Monday morning cry.
The series evolved into a cult phenomenon. That's why so many stars had guest apperance, among them B.B. King, William Shatner, Oprah Winfrey, Quincy Jones and Evander Holyfield and more.