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After 10 seasons on the small screen, fans of Fox's primetime soap "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990-2000) can relive the magic without guilt. After all, the date is 9/02/10.
"Chuck" executive producer Josh Schwartz tweeted a fan-made video of a "Gossip Girl" opening to "Beverly Hills, 90210's" iconic 1990s theme. Star Jennie Garth, who was a regular for the entire 10-season run said via Twitter, "Love to the original cast and crew. And the new kids too."
Logo from Season 1 The original hourlong drama introduced us to a slew of stars (and two-time Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank) both past and future, and a decade after the show ended its run, several castmembers went on to other projects. But would they be able to sustain success in their post-"90210" careers?
The biggest surprise -- and possible discovery -- was Swank's 16-episode arc as Steve Sanders' (Ian Ziering) girlfriend Carly Reynolds in the ninth season. »
- By Philiana Ng and Lesley Goldberg
Bachelor host Chris Harrison has confirmed that a male producer on the show started a relationship with a female contestant as she began filming her "journey" with Jake Pavelka. Harrison — who'll address the "scandal" in his weekly post-show blog on EW.com tonight (it unfolds on next week's episode) — told the radio show Valentine in the Morning that both the producer and the contestant were asked to leave the ABC dating show, usmagazine reports. "This was the rare time that before I had to go talk to the girl, Jake and then the women, I had lawyers, psychologists, producers, executives saying, »
- Mandi Bierly
2 items from 2010
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