Will Smith loved cinematographer Morgan Cooper's 2019 Fresh Prince viral video Bel-Air that reimagines the hit sitcom as a drama series so much that he's on board to turn it into a full-blown TV series. Smith is reteaming with Fresh Prince creators Andy and Susan Borowitz and original executive producers Quincy Jones and Benny Medina on Bel-Air, which will be shopped to streaming services. The Hollywood Reporter reports that HBO Max, Peacock and Netflix are among the streaming services bidding on the potential series. According to The Hollywood Reporter's Lesley Goldberg, "the new Bel-Air has been in the works for more than a year after the four-minute clip went viral when it was posted in March 2019 and caught Smith's attention. Cooper, a Fresh Prince super-fan, created and directed the trailer that reimagined the series as if it were a drama. He will co-write the script, direct and be credited as a co-EP." This is not the only Fresh Prince revival. Last year, Smith announced he was rebooting his character for a Fresh Princess children's book series.