The new series with most of the original cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 is approaching reality as discussions with potential networks are getting hotter. I hear that Fox, the staple food of the 1990s, was particularly excited about CBS TV Studios. The siblings ABBS and CBS TV Studios, CBS and CBS All Access, should also belong to the providers of the series. I heard that a deal is expected soon.
In a series of television interviews following her retirement from Fox's The Masked Singer, 90210 alumna Tori Spelling revealed many details about the screenplay in which she is located alongside her former fellow actors Jennie Garth, Jason Priestley, Ian Ziering, Brian Austin Green and Gabrielle Carteris.
"It's not a technical restart, because I think everyone has seen the reboot. We do not want to be the last, like the reboot thing, and nobody wants to see old versions of ourselves, but they want to see us play our characters, so we make the entire cast play elevated versions of themselves, "Spelling told Daily Pop of 1
Spelling said to Access Live," It's the O.G. Crew back together, and we're playing an enhanced version of ourselves. The fans will be pleasantly surprised because we're going to cut that with scenes from the show. "
In the same interview, Spelling revealed that Luke Perry, who is regularly at Riverdale, will do many (episodes) as he can" given his commitments to the CW drama that is set in Canada is filming. And there is "currently no status" with Shannen Doherty, but "we would be very happy if we had it," Spelling said.
The new Beverly Hills (19459003), 90210 comes out in December by authors / executive producers Mike Chessler and Chris Alberghini, who reboot at CWs 90210 and Spellings Series Sun. Notorious, and Chen TV Studios resident Ghen Maynard have a relationship with Spelling and Garth and Executive produced the new series.