03:26 PM EDT 08/13/2015
Beverly Hills, 90210
Originally posted 08/12/2015 05:00PM
It seems like every time our favorite TV characters take a vacation, they end up in one of three main destinations: Hawaii, Paris or Disney World.
It makes sense that these would be such popular destinations – after all; they're familiar, easy to film in and ripe for sitcom hijinks. And really, who doesn't want to hang with Mickey and Minnie or sunbathe in the tropics or even take a romantic stroll along the Seine?
Since all three of these locations seemed to entice our favorite shows over and over again, we couldn't help but wonder which other exotic destinations are statistically more likely to attract our favorite TV shows. Since we never pass up an excuse to binge watch Friends and Saved by the Bell, we dug through some classic shows from the TV archives and did a little math. You'll notice that some shows managed to rack up some serious frequent flier miles during their runs!
Originally posted 06/15/2015 08:10PM
If Saved by the Bell got one and Full House is getting one, then it follows that fellow '90s TV series Beverly Hills, 90210 would get one, too.
Soon, Lifetime will be titillating viewers with all the juicy, behind-the-scenes drama that played out on the set of the Aaron Spelling-produced Fox teen drama, which first starting airing in October 1990 – nearly 25 years ago – According to The Wrap reports.
Originally posted 01/20/2015 06:00AM
Things weren't so charming for former Charmed costars Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs last week, after the two caused a stir while promoting their new show and they seemed to knock former costars Jason Priestley and Alyssa Milano.
Originally posted 05/16/2014 04:30PM
Tori Spelling, who celebrated her 41st birthday Friday, has made headlines recently for documenting her marital troubles on the Lifetime reality series True Tori.
Originally posted 05/05/2014 10:30AM
If there's one of Tori Spelling's former Beverly Hills, 90210 costars who isn't tuning into her dramatic True Tori docureality series, it's most likely Luke Perry.
"I think reality TV sucks for the most part," the veteran actor, 47, said when he sat down with PEOPLE last week.
"It's put so many writers out of business and put so many actors out of work that it's changed the face of entertainment. As a guy who has grown up making his living making primetime television – get that reality s––– out of here and give more writers and actors a chance to make shows that people will watch."
Originally posted 04/11/2014 05:15PM
Ready yourself, Game of Thrones fans. It's wedding season again in Westeros. Soon Margaery Tyrell will walk down the aisle to join GoT's top twerp, King Joffrey, in holy matrimony.
The HBO show's last set of nuptials, better known as the Red Wedding, cut through the heart like a hot blade of Valyrian steel, leaving many wary about what will happen when Joffrey gets hitched. (No spoilers, book readers!)
Weddings are said to be joyous occasions, but TV doesn't always follow the rules. In preparation for Game of Thrones' next "celebration," here are the TV weddings that went horribly wrong.
Originally posted 03/28/2014 02:00PM
While Beverly Hills, 90210 inspired endless Brandon-versus-Dylan debates, Ian Ziering has remained a formidable fan favorite since his Peach Pit days.
Originally posted 01/29/2014 02:00PM
As rumors swirl about the state of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's marriage, a "heartbroken" Spelling may seek out guidance on how to stand strong in a hurricane of speculation.
Luckily, she doesn't need to look any further than her past for wisdom on how to handle an uncertain future.
As Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210, Spelling regularly doled out sweet, smart and savvy advice that helped guide her friends down the right path. She didn't shy away from making a statement and doling out the tough love when necessary.
Originally posted 10/08/2013 06:00PM
Former Beverly Hills, 90210 stars Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling are reuniting.
They're set to co-star and executive produce the new ABC Family series Mystery Girls.
Spelling, 40, and Garth, 41 – who played Donna Martin and Kelly Taylor for 10 years and reprised their roles on the 90210 spinoff – will play Holly and Charlie, former co-stars of a popular '90s crime-solving series.
Spelling's Holly opens a detective agency and persuades Charlie, now a suburban mom, to help.
Originally posted 08/15/2013 02:35PM
Attention '90s TV fans: Prepare to have your minds blown.
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of Dark Tourist starring Melanie Griffith featured a double reunion of stars from two beloved '90s shows: Beverly Hills, 90210 and Home Improvement.
Beverly Hills' resident hunks Luke Perry and Jason Priestly, who played Dylan McKay and Brandon Walsh, looked as cooly casual as they found each other on the carpet and posed for photos with their signature smoldering stares. (Last year, the pair appeared together in an Old Navy commercial featuring fellow Beverly Hills alum Jennie Garth.)
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