Well, it's not just the feeling: Donna Martin and Kelly Taylor – with some of their closest and most loved ones – are reaching their return to the TV. Nine months after hinted by Tori Spelling on a potential Beverly Hills, 90210 revival, a newly reported sister TVLine site The last day shows the project is too much of a work. And it's amazing now.
In the latest report, this new series – referred to as reboot for some reason – will also see Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh), Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders), Brian Austin Green David Silver) and Gabrielle Carteris (Ahhhhhhhrea Zuckerman) reprising their iconic role next to Spelling (Donna) and Jennie Garth (Kelly).
Mike Chessler and Chris Alberghini, both working on The CW of 90210 reported writing and executive-creating revival at CBS TV Studios' Ghen Maynard. The revival is reportedly purchased from various networks and streaming services, with multiple platforms expressing interest.
Given that it (technically) is the second & # 39; revival & # 39; series, and that former 90210 producer is involved, it's possible to see some familiar faces from the series CW – AnnaLynne McCord, Shenae Grimes, Matt Lanter, Jessica Stroup, name you! – go back to our screens. (Considering McCord hates the series & # 39; ending that he literally smacks himself, we love to review again with Naomi & Co.)
The original Beverly Hills, 90210 created by Darren Star, ran for 10 seasons (1990-2000) at Fox, while the first revival of CW – which did not include the Star – ran for five seasons (2008 -2013) at The CW.
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