(Warning: This post contains spoilers for the finale of "BH90210")
Fox's "BH90210" ended on Wednesday, revealing that the restart of the Beverly Hills, 90210 series has been mass-produced , Donna's fans of the universe (Tori Spelling), David (Brian Austin Green), Kelly (Jennie Garth), Brenda (Shannen Doherty), Brandon (Jason Priestley), Steve (Ian Ziering) and Andrea (Gabrielle Carteris) will find out what that is Characters have made it since the end of the drama almost 20 years ago. (Well, six of them, as Christine Elise told the cast shortly before her appearance at the network's Upfront presentation that the show must cut one of the actors out of the project for financial reasons.)
But in real life, fans The Meta-Revival itself has to wait to see if Fox orders a second season of "BH9021
While we do not have an answer for you in a renewal, we can spell it out and Garth – who created "BH90210" with Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler – has plans for the second season, though the show was from the beginning as "Event Series" was marketed.
"From our perspective, it was definitely not a limited series," Spelling told TheWrap. "It was a great opportunity to be back at Fox's. Because of the time we came to Fox, they loved it and wanted it to go faster this summer, and they thought it would be a fun summer treat. So it was the time window available to them. And also what they thought would be great for the fans. So there were six episodes, but that was never the intention. The intention is to continue.
Garth said a second season would be "juicy," as the fictitious reboot has now been picked up, and re-calling the "90210" sign would be a big part of another batch of episodes.
"It's going to be juicy because it's more about the show, the actual show, and more of those people who come together as usual," she said. "Sometimes you spend more time with your working family than with your real family. So it would be about these people being together in such an environment and being forced to be there and how it all affects everyone.
Spelling added, "And the fans will definitely be able to see more of the show on the show, which is the direct reboot. They see us as our 90210 characters. When we were done, we had just shot the one scene with David and Donna.
Garth says she also likes to invite actors who worked on the original show as guest stars in "BH90210".
A second season would also deal with the many cliffhangers for the screen versions of the cast that were packed into the finale, including rocky marriages, possible paternity revelations, and the fact that one of them appears to have been cut out of the reboot.
"The original, though it was a drama, was considered a bit of night soap in some moments, especially in the later seasons," Spelling said. "So we wanted to deal with it. So while we have comedy and emotions, we also have the soapy aspect of it. And Jennie has a great word for it … "
off in the soapy because that's so much of the funny stuff is because it's not real … we have people who play versions of themselves and jump straight into storylines that would only happen in soap on television, "added Garth.
Spelling and Garth I can not speak for everyone when it comes to the willingness of the cast to play a second season, but they are optimistic.
"That's not clear," Garth said. "I would think so, but at this point I'm not sure."
"We all had a great time together and I think everyone really enjoyed the process," Spelling said. "Everyone loved making the comedy together, especially. Each actor was very conscious: "Wow, that's a special bond we all have." And you can not understand, it's special, and it's great to do it together. There is definitely magic and I think we would do it all again.
See below for more information from TheWraps Interview with Spelling and Garth.
TheWrap: How did you decide which shoutouts for the original series – and their behind-the-scenes drama – are like the red dress?
Jennie Garth: We love to do these things from the inside. To take something that the public perception is disproportionately or totally untrue – or maybe there is a little bit of the truth, we love to use those moments and make something juicy out of them.
Tori Spelling: I think the entire cast is coming together for a script-driven, dramatic show and is able to come together again Make fun of each other and push the envelope with those shocks, I think It's really cool.
TheWrap: The show has also caused a stir at industry and other Fox shows like "Empire" and "The OC". Did you run these shipments from the network?
Garth: We've never really seen them as jolts, it's more about making fun of the world we live in and that we know so well. And Fox is part of our family, so it feels incomplete not to involve them.
Spelling: We only mention shows that also belong to their family, and take no beats on them at all.
Garth: But I think the tone of the show comes from the eye telling the story in a different way and sometimes doing it in an ironic way or things from a comedic View angle. All the crazy things that have happened in this industry and that have happened to each one of us individually and that serve as platforms to tell stories. It's just fun, we have so many things to talk about, so many stories that pop out.
] TheWrap: Have you considered how you can fix Dylan's absence when rebooting the universe because of Luke Perry's death?
Garth: No, we have no chance It's not that at the end of the six episodes we just started filming the show within the show, but we will definitely, if we go forward, if we go forward, for sure.
TheWrap: What can you tell us about your upcoming two-women show "Jennie Garth & Tori Spelling Live: An Unforgettable Night"?
Spelling: Good One reason we came up with this concept was that we definitely knew the fans would want something "90210". We knew we did not want to do a direct restart. And the second biggest thing is that in real life, people love our friendship, they love that we had that 30-year friendship and we bother each other. We have a great connection, a sisterly connection. And so many people commented and said, "That's why we wanted Tori and Jennie on the show and everyone else who plays themselves." So we decided to continue this process and all the things we could not write With the script, we can continue the stories in real life and make it a real friend. And people can join me and my BFF on stage and bring their BFF, and we'll have cocktails and games and stories, and it's a very interactive thing. It is fun.
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