Transcript for Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tika Sumpter talk new show, 'Mixed-ish'
stars of the new ABC series "Mixed-ish," mark-paul gosselaar and tika sumpter are with us. I love this. "Black-ish expect spin-off premieres next week. Thanks for coming in. So much buzz about the show. Mark-paul, I want to talk to you about something that we all know and love, it is Friday. A little flashback for you that's about to actually flash forward. There's been a lot of talk about a "Saved by the bell" reboot. You played the one and only Zack Morris. We warned you we were going to try to clear up rumors. Are you or aren't you coming back as the beloved Zack Morris? At the moment I have not been approached to come back so -- Open to it. I've always been open to it. Okay. I feel like we got some business done. I mean -- I'll say no. You better talk to my TV He can multitask. On behalf of ABC, we say no. I believe the man is capable of multitasking however I agree. This show, I got a sneak peek. It is fantastic. I want to ask you, you were a big "Saved by the bell" fan. This is news to me. Yes. Oh, you didn't know. Meanwhile she told our producers when she started shooting with you, oh, my god, oh, my god, that is Zack Morris while she was trying to do scenes. We were talking on set. Do you know -- I know everything about you. Don't be alarmed. Don't be alarmed. Now he, yeah, I mean it's surreal that I get to work with mark-paul now. You're over that by now. I'm so over it. I'm so over it. It was like the first day and into episode 6, mark-paul. He is fantastic to work with. I feel like I'm living every girl's dream. Me too. It's a nightmare. You play husband and wife. You play the parents of rainbow, her character played by Tracee Ellis Ross, also executive producer of the show. Do you want to see a little peek? You're saying being mixed makes us weirdos. It looks that way. Definitely feels that way. No, you don't have to worry what those other kids think. That's right. You weren't weirdos on the commune and you're not weirdos here. It's a really great concept. The ish shows are so smart, the writing is great. How did you enjoy wearing the clothes of my people in the '80s? '80s fashion is fabulous. We grew up in the '80s as well. Well, we did. Right. Well, I was like a little younger than you. But I get to live that now and it's so fun because a lot of the stuff is in now and -- Totally in. You can go online. Oh, I wore that -- a lot is from thrift stores. I think it will be fun. My character is still stuck in the '70s with the hair. I saw that. And little hippie vibe. Mine will stay securely in the '70s to are a while. He's staying true -- The commune life. He doesn't want to adapt to the '80s just yet. But everyone else in the family sort of has to. The show has a really great conversation as the ish family does do so well, are you excited for your little girl to see the Oh, my gosh. I'm glad a lot of people will see themselves on screen represented being biracial. Oh, my daughter. Thank you. Also think it's about identity and it's about otherness and it's about belonging. Another segment you were talking to kids and them not feeling like they belong. I think it's for everybody and the ish world does such a great job about talking about relevant issues that pertain to now. It'll be fun. You guys will gag and you guys are going -- Oh, boy. In a good way. You'll be like, oh. Oh. Yeah, it's like fun times. Tracee Ellis Ross was just on "Gma." Is so proud of this and we're so excited for it to premiere. You guys, congratulations. Welcome to the ABC family. Thank you. Everybody, check out "Mixed-ish" premiering Tuesday, 9:00 P.M., 8:00 central right before "Black-ish" here on ABC. Great to see you both.
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