Look, when we heard “dramatic reimagining of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” we’ll admit we were skeptical. However, Bel-Air surpassed any and all preconceived notions we had about what to expect. The first season took the colorful ‘90s sitcom and turned it on its head. Carlton was dealing with mental health and addiction issues, Will had PTSD from a violent arrest, Hillary struggled to find her voice as a Black content creator and Ashley explored her sexual identity. In the midst of all these serious stories, we also got a fun, unapologetic celebration of Black excellence. Despite sharing a premise and characters, the two series couldn’t be more different, which is great, because we get two classic interpretations of the Banks family.