The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

A wealthy family living in Bel-Air, California, receives a dubious gift from their poorer relations in Philadelphia when Will Smith arrives as The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. Will shatters the sophisticated serenity of Bel-Air with his streetwise common sense, much to the dismay of his upper-crust uncle, Philip Banks, Aunt Vivian and three conceited cousins, Carlton, Hilary and Ashley - and butler Geoffrey. As the Banks family opens their home - and their checkbook - to their needy relative, Will adapts easily to their indulgent lifestyle. Yet, he reminds everyone that the simplest pleasures of family life can't be bought at any price.

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  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 76738
  • Status Ended
  • Airs Monday, at 8:00pm
  • Networks NBC
  • Runtimes 25 minutes (124 episodes) 24 minutes (18 episodes) 23 minutes (4 episodes) 21 minutes (1 episode) 22 minutes (1 episode)
  • Genres Comedy
  • Relationship Types Family
  • Geographic Location America / United States North America
  • TV Type or Format Non-Story-based Comedy
  • Time Period 1990s
  • On Other Sites IMDB TV.com Zap2It TheMovieDB.com
  • Episode Screenshot Format 4:3 Screencap
  • Favorited This series has been favorited by 1711 people.
  • Created February 4, 2008 by Administrator
  • Modified February 8, 2021 by Equinox

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