After 10 seasons, countless cases of teen angst and as many shifts in cast as there were in hairstyles, Fox will zip "Beverly Hills, 90210" shut at the end of this season, reports Variety. Also expected to be retired will be the six-season-old "Party of Five." Fox reputedly balked at the high cost of "90210," said to be $2.2 million per episode, and the current low ratings. As it was, remaining original cast members Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling were reportedly poised to leave the show at the end of this season. The same was the case over at "PO5," where Scott Wolf and Neve Campbell -- who opens in the horror flick "Scream III" on Feb. 4 -- were getting ready to leave the party.
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