09:05 PM EDT 10/16/2013
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.)
Originally posted 01/29/2013 11:40AM
Is it a makeover ... or a breakover?
According to Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth's recent body makeover may have gotten a boost from good old-fashioned heartbreak.
"You spend a little time in Heartbreak Hotel, that's what happens. Heartbreak Hotel diet is a good one," Priestley joked with PEOPLE at the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) convention in Miami on Monday, where he is promoting the new season of his comedy Call Me Fitz.
Originally posted 10/03/2012 08:00AM
This year has been one of major change for Jennie Garth – and not all of it was easy.
The sad reality that her 11-year marriage to actor Peter Facinelli was ending, combined with hitting the milestone age of 40, sparked the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star to revamp her life.
In PEOPLE's new cover story, a candid Garth says, " has been a bit of a rebirth for me as a person by shedding that negative space and all the pain associated with that time."
Originally posted 04/14/2011 04:10PM
Living like Kelly Taylor and Donna Martin still doesn't come cheap.
The signature blue beach house inhabited by Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling's iconic Beverly Hills, 90210 characters is up for grabs – but with an approximate $9 million price tag.
Home to many parties, break-ups and bitter confrontations, the 2,900 square-foot, Hermosa Beach, Calif., house most notably holds the memory of Donna's lost virginity. She finally gave it up to longtime on-screen beau David Silver, played by Brian Austin Green, who lived in the home with the girls for some time.
Originally posted 10/19/2010 09:50AM
Shannen Doherty is considered an iconic Hollywood "bad girl" of the nineties. But compared to party girls of today, like Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton, the Beverly Hills, 90210 actress considers herself and her former antics relatively tame.
"I never did a sex tape," Doherty, 39, tells Parade. "I never didn't wear panties and flash a camera ... When I made a mistake, I would admit to it. These girls don't seem to see their own mistakes, much less learn from them."
The actress, who says she's "shed" her past negative reputation because today she's "kind of a different person," believes it may be more challenging for Lohan to overcome her struggles.
Originally posted 10/18/2010 08:00PM
Who knew sexy Annalynne McCord is just as comfortable playing an on-screen siren as she is wielding a six shooter?
"I'm from Atlanta. You can take the girl out of the south, but you can't take the south out of the girl," the 90210 vixen said Saturday in Las Vegas while celebrating the launch of the Fallout: New Vegas video game. "I like to shoot guns."
The 23-year-old safe shooter even has her eye on a particular model to call her own: a Colt M1911 with a handle made from Mother of Pearl. One thing she won't be doing with it though is shooting live targets.
"I like to shoot targets that are not living," McCord said at the party at Rain Nightclub of sticking to shooting ranges and target practice. "Unless they're on a video game, then I don't mind spreading some blood."
– Mark Gray
Originally posted 11/13/2008 05:40PM
Even almost a decade after the original Beverly Hills, 90210 series finale – and before CW launched its 90210 remake – Aaron Spelling still had the famous zip code on his mind.
"Aaron talked about ... the idea of sort of doing a new 90210," Jason Priestley told reporters in a conference call on Tuesday. "He was talking about it right up until the time that he passed away."
Although Spelling, who died in June 2006, didn't get a chance to see the 90210 spinoff, Priestley said he's sure the TV mogul is "looking down on all of this and smiling very broadly."
Originally posted 04/01/2008 11:15AM
He's Canadian Dustin Milligan, who will play star athlete Ethan
Originally posted 03/21/2008 12:00AM
Tori Spelling would like to return to her old zip code.
The actress has yet to be contacted by the producers of the Beverly Hills, 90210 remake the CW is developing, but Spelling, who played Donna Martin on the original show for 10 years, is ready to step up if she gets offered a role.
"My dad always wanted to do a new version of 90210, so I'm sure he will be beaming from above!" Spelling, 34, tells PEOPLE, referring to her father, the show's producer Aaron Spelling. "And I'd love to somehow be a part of it. That as well would make my dad proud!"
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