Popular 90s Sitcom to Get Reboot with Transgender Star
I can remember my favorite tv shows as a kid and coming home from school and watching them, or looking forward to the summer when I could watch some that I wouldn’t normally see.
Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, Reading Rainbow, Boy Meets World, and Saved by the Bell were all in that list of shows I really enjoyed watching.
Boy Meets World ended up getting a spinoff called Girl Meets World in which Cory and Topanga had a daughter but that show had a liberal agenda to carry with it.
Well, now Saved by the Bell is supposed to be getting a reboot and the lead role is going to be played by a transgender teen (a boy who thinks he’s a girl).
I’m glad because they’re going to waste so much money trying to make this show work and it’s not going to happen. Normal people aren’t going to be watching this kind of garbage where they push their liberal ideology onto the youth of America.
According to The Hollywood Reporter (THR), transgender actor Josie Totah – a biological male presenting himself as a woman – has been cast star alongside Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley in the upcoming reboot to the beloved early-’90s sitcom.
Totah will star as Lexi, a beautiful, sharp-tongued cheerleader and the most popular girl at Bayside High who is both admired and feared by her fellow students.
The role brings Totah back into the NBCUniversal fold after she starred in NBC and Universal TV’s short-lived Mindy Kaling-produced comedy Champions. Totah, who came out as transgender in a moving Time essay in August 2018, is fresh off a recurring role on Netflix’s No Good Nick. Her credits include spider-Man: Homecoming and Amazon’s Lee Daniels-produced pilot Good People. She is repped by WME and Rise Management.
Last year, Mario Lopez (AC Slater) made a comment that 3-year olds should not be choosing their gender because it was dangerous. He ended up getting a lot of hate and eventually apologized to the LGBTQ community. This is probably his way of “proving” that he’s okay with LGBTQ folk.