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The CW is relocating 90210 to the big zip code in the sky.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the network has decided to end the ’90s reboot in May after five seasons.
The closure-filled series finale, which will likely be paired with a retrospective, is set to air on Monday, May 13.
TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the news.
Less-than-zippy ratings led to The CW’s call, as 90210 this season alone slid from a million viewers and a 0.5 demo rating (with its opener) to, »
- Michael Ausiello
Prince Michael Jackson is making his acting debut. The eldest child of the late pop star Michael Jackson will appear in the season finale of The CW's 90210, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Jackson will play Cooper, a trauma victim who bonds with Silver (Jessica Stroup) over the realization -- at a very young age -- how precious life is. He is filming his guest spot this week. Photos: Note Perfect: The 15 Best Portrayals of Musicians in Movies The news comes just one week after Entertainment Tonight announced that the 16-year-old Jackson would be joining the entertainment newsmagazine
- Philiana Ng
Merrin Dungey — who played super spy Sydney Bristow’s ill-fated best friend-turned-body-snatched baddie on the cult hit — will guest-star in a February episode of the CW soap, TVLine has learned exclusively.
She’ll play a sympathetic therapist assigned to counsel Liam, who’ll be held at a courthouse after suffering some legal woes.
90210 resumes its fifth season on Monday, Jan. 21 in its new 9/8c time slot, »
- Megan Masters
3 items from 2013
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