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The CW knew that it couldn't just cast young up-and-coming heartthrobs in its Beverly Hills, 90210 revisit, simply titled 90210. No, to get a shred of respect that the original had (it had some, didn't it?) and give the franchise its proper due, the network had to sign some of the original cast members to reprise their roles as spoiled Southern California citizens.
Over several months, many names were thrown around as potential BH returnees, and when the dust settled, Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor), Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh), and Tori Spelling (Donna Martin) had signed on to head back to the famous zip code.
Tori Spelling was originally slated to appear in several early episodes of the series, but last month was forced to postpone her appearance because of the birth of her new baby. The contingency plan had her showing up later in the season, but...it ...Read more
90210 has been axed by Channel TEN a second time, and this time, very possibly for good.
After returning for just one episode on Monday night, the show performed so woefully that TEN has yanked it from the summer schedule.
It was due to bed into 7:30pm Sunday nights across summer.
On Monday the show was last in its timeslot with a dreadful 408,000 viewers nationally. N-a-t-i-o-n-a-l-l-y. Even the ABC had twice that for The 7:30 Report. With those sorts of figures there is no way TEN could let it ride on Sunday nights. It will be replaced by Don't Forget the Lyrics.
The poor performance follows TEN dropping the show in early October. That sent many fans into a spin ...Read more
In J.J. Abrams terms, the Fringe debut was a flop. Only 9.1 million people watched it, according to Nielsen, a number Fox was hoping would have a "1" in front of it. That breaks down to just above one dollar per set of eyes, if the alleged $10 million price tag for the pilot is to be believed.
The heavily hyped program was one of the season's most eagerly anticipated, or so we thought. By comparison, Lost, another J.J. product, debuted in 2004 to a whopping 18.6 million viewers. In fact, no first-run episode--season premiere or otherwise--of Lost has drawn less than 10 million (as The Washington Post points out), and that includes the numbers from season three, when the show was thought to have lost its way.
The young fall television season has yet to produce a bona fide rookie smash hit, but it does have its first survivor. The CW has ordered a full season of its ridiculously marketed teen soap 90210, meaning the Beverly Hills, 90210 reboot will be sticking around for a while.
"You wanna live in the zip, you've gotta live by the code." Based on the 1990s FOX hit, Beverly Hills, 90210, the series revolves around a new generation of friends dealing with the trials and tribulations of life while living in the most glamorous city in America.