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(1990–2000)

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Douglas Emerson asked to be released from his role as Scott Scanlon because he'd lost interest in acting. Since then, he has retired from acting, spent several years in the U.S. Air Force, and started a family.
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When Shannen Doherty left the show, Drew Barrymore was offered a spot as her replacement. Barrymore rejected it because she wanted to focus on her film career. Alyssa Milano was a strong contender for a while, and Alicia Silverstone turned down the role before Tiffani Thiessen was cast.
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The character of Dylan was only supposed to appear in six episodes. Fox executives weren't sold on the fictional character or Luke Perry's acting ability. Aaron Spelling used his own funds to pay Perry's salary during those initial episodes, and the positive audience response led Fox to approve his addition to the regular cast.
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In its early seasons, the episodes were issue-based, until the producers decided it should be a teen soap opera.
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Gabrielle Carteris first auditioned for Brenda because she thought that being a real-life twin would help her chances, but the producers felt that she would be better for the part of Andrea.
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Ian Ziering had moved back to his home state of New Jersey upon receiving phone call about the series. When he read the script, he thought it was very superficial, to which he was right. The pilot was all about the glitz and the glamour of Beverly Hills, the obnoxious kids, and the fish-out-of-water story of Brenda and Brandon Walsh. He couldn't discern from that first script that the show would become very issue-oriented.
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The series took a while to find its audience, and it didn't find much of one at all in the first season. On the still very young Fox network, the first season finished the 1990-91 season ranked #118 of all shows, trounced in its Thursday night time slot by NBC's Cheers (1982). But Fox executives had a novel idea - instead of going into reruns in the summer of 1991, new summer-set episodes were produced and aired. Up against endless reruns on the other channels, the show found a lot of viewers, which stayed with the show into the new fall season. They went on to produce more summer episodes in 1992.
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Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling were the only six cast members to appear in both the pilot and the series finale.
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Luke Perry (Dylan McKay) and Tori Spelling (Donna Martin) both auditioned for the parts of characters who are polar opposites of the characters they ended up playing: Steve Sanders (the comic relief, unlike the suave ladies man, Dylan) and Kelly Taylor (promiscuous, unlike Donna who saved herself for future husband).
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Aaron Spelling created the character of Gina Kincaid especially for Vanessa Marcil.
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At the start of filming, Shannen Doherty was 19, Jennie Garth was 18, Tori Spelling was 17, Jason Priestley was 20, Luke Perry was 23, Brian Austin Green was 17, Ian Ziering was 26, and Gabrielle Carteris was 29.
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Shannen Doherty and Kathleen Robertson are the only main cast members who didn't leave the series while a season was still in production.
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Hilary Swank was contracted for two years, but she ended up being fired after 16 episodes.
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Lyman Ward played Jim Walsh in the pilot. The scenes were cut and re-shot with James Eckhouse.
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The show's success was due to the ending of the Gulf War. The teen drama actually began as a family show centered around the Walsh family, but shifted focus on Brandon and Brenda's high school friends halfway through season one. The first of these teen-centered episodes aired in February 1991, on the same day that every other network had suspended programming to report on the Gulf War. Fox didn't have a news department at the time, so it aired 90210 and got a ratings spike due to the lack of competition.
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In 2016, Gabrielle Carteris became president of SAG-AFTRA (the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists). As one of her first causes as SAG president, Carteris, who was often singled out for ridicule because she was over a decade older than most high school graduates when Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) started, took up California Bill AB 1687, which would require entertainment websites and databases to remove actors' ages if they request it. When the bill passed, Carteris released a statement saying that the new law would help prevent age-based discrimination in Hollywood and "career damage caused by the publication of performers' dates of birth on online subscription websites used for casting like IMDb."
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Seasons two and three are the only identical opening credits. New footage of the cast was recorded for every season thereafter, excluding the 10th (final). However, the last two are not identical, due to the major cast changes and adjustments: during the ninth season, Jason Priestley and Tiffani Thiessen left, Luke Perry returned, Daniel Cosgrove and Lindsay Price were promoted to regular cast members, and newcomer Vanessa Marcil joined the cast. She left during the 10th season.
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The character 'Jim Walsh' was ranked #41 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" (20 June 2004 issue).
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"West Beverly" does not exist. Beverly Hills High School would not allow the use of their name in the series.
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Brandon Walsh was the last role cast, and Jason Priestley had a single weekend to prepare. He read for Aaron Spelling on Thursday and got the job Friday afternoon. That Monday, the crew started production.
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Andrea Zuckerman gave birth to her daughter, Hannah, in the season four finale, which premiered exactly two weeks after Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea) gave birth in real life.
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Brian Austin Green, Tori Spelling, Tiffani Thiessen, and several guest stars were regular cast members or guest stars on Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987) and its three spin-offs Saved by the Bell (1989), Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993), and/or Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993). In addition, the three spin-offs have made references to Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990).
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In the pilot, Tori Spelling is not listed as part of the main cast.
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Gabrielle Carteris was 29 years old when the series began.
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James Eckhouse, who plays Brandon and Brenda's father, is only 14 years and six & a half months older than Jason Priestley, and 16 years & two months older than Shannen Doherty.
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Teen dream power couple Brenda Walsh and Dylan McKay made it extremely official when they did what so many real-life teen couples do: had sex after their prom. It didn't result in disease, pregnancy, guilt, or weirdness... and local Fox affiliates had a real problem with that. So many stations complained to Fox HQ that the show's creator was forced to write an episode in the next season that showed the teenage characters having regrets about the sexual encounter. On-screen, Brenda dumps Dylan because the sex had made their relationship "too mature."
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Gabrielle Carteris was "politely" asked to "hold back" on getting pregnant because the producers didn't want to have to deal with a pregnancy in the storyline, but she did not abide. She got pregnant and was having the baby, and there was nothing they could do.
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Jason Priestley is the only original cast member whose facial composure during the opening credits remained serious, as he received top billing and played the role of the largely virtuous and ethical character, Brandon Walsh, who was the straight man and voice of reason.
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Luke Perry is smiling less and less in the opening credits of each season leading up to his temporarily last appearance as Dylan McKay, excluding the impersonal "stock footage-styled" first season. He's smiling from ear to ear in the second and third seasons (same opening), cracking a closed-mouth smile in season four, giving a business-like look of approval in season five, and wearing a poker face in season six. This gradual change in his facial expression may very well have foreshadowed his decision to leave the series to pursue more mature roles.
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Tori Spelling (Donna Martin), Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor), Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders) and Brian Austin Green (David Silver) are the only actors to remain with the series throughout its entire run.
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During the show's fourth season, Ian Ziering had a bit of a rock star-style breakdown. In an episode that saw him wrongly accused of rape, he was given some serious material to work with while attempting to clear his good name. But, so much powerful stuff was edited out. This was the first time he really got some great words to say, and he workshopped them, studied, and brought his game, only to never have even made it through the edit. Feeling betrayed, he tore his dressing room apart.
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Douglas Emerson is the only cast member who was demoted from regular to recurring.
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Gabrielle Carteris, the oldest of the original cast members, was also the first to become a parent. Ian Ziering, the second oldest, was the last to become a parent.
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Aaron Spelling created the character of musician Ray Pruit especially for Jamie Walters after working with him on The Heights (1992).
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Although David was a freshman at the start of the series while Donna and the rest of the gang were sophomores, Tori Spelling is only two months older than Brian Austin Green.
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According to Jason Priestley's memoir, on the day of filming the scene where Donna's friends joined forces to help her in a major school protest when she is suspended from school and is threatened with not graduating for getting drunk on Senior Prom night, Jason encouraged a slightly different line-reading than the famous "Donna Martin graduates!" He instead told the crowd to chant "Donna Martin masturbates!", knowing they were going to go back and reloop this dialogue anyway, so it was pretty irresistible.
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None of the original cast members appeared in every episode of the series.
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The show had many changes after the pilot. The Walsh house changed to a different building, which explains why the scenery behind James Eckhouse in the re-shot pilot scenes matches the Walsh house used in the remaining 10 years of the series, but not the house used only in the pilot. Brandon's car changed from a Chevy Chevette to a 1978 Mercury Cougar, called "Mondale". Luke Perry is first featured in the second episode. The building for "The Peach Pit" changed a few episodes into season one.
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The address of the house used for exterior shots of the "Walsh home" is 1675 East Altadena Drive, Altadena, California.
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Drugs and partying were commonplace on set, and the teenage cast had a staff of PAs waiting to fulfill their every need.
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Despite being a soap opera, and with it the need to couple and uncouple as many people as possible, an enduring plot thread was how Donna Martin stayed a virgin for years after all of her friends had all hooked up with each other. The reason was not to present a positive view of abstinence or anything like that, but because the executive producer of the show was Aaron Spelling, and Donna Martin was played by his daughter, Tori Spelling. He didn't want to see his daughter having sex, even pretend sex. Of course, when Donna finally did copulate with David Silver, it was event television.
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Jason Priestley (Brandon) is one year and seven & a half months older than Shannen Doherty who plays his twin sister, Brenda, on the show.
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The series ran from October 4, 1990 to May 17, 2000.
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The second episode of the series (Luke Perry's first appearance as Dylan McKay) premiered on his 24th birthday.
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Terence Ford and Arthur Brooks both portrayed Dylan's father, Jack McKay, in two episodes before Josh Taylor assumed the role.
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Brandon and Brenda never had a birthday party during the show's run, although in season 2 Beverly Hills, 90210: Necessity Is a Mother (1991) it is stated by Iris that Brenda (and hence Brandon) are Scorpios.
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The house used for exterior shots of the Beach apartment is located in Hermosa Beach, California. The same house appears in My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988).
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Douglas Emerson was not only the youngest cast member, but also the first cast member to leave the series, a decision that captured the symbolism of a child star who escaped the wrath of Hollywood before it was too late.
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The year before she was cast as Valerie Malone who eventually joins her friends at the fictitious California University, Tiffani Thiessen starred in Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993) which also took place at Cal U. Although, she played a completely different character
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Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders) is the only original cast member whose character became a parent, and on a more positive note, after he graduated college. In a case of life imitating art, none of the original cast members (excluding Gabrielle Carteris whose biological clock was already ticking and whose character became pregnant while in college) became parents until after the college graduation episode, which premiered on May 21, 1997). Jason Priestley became a dad in 2007, Ian Ziering in 2011, Luke Perry on June 15, 1997, and Brian Austin Green in 2002. Jennie Garth became a mom on June 22, 1997, and Tori Spelling in 2007.
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Tori Spelling (Donna Martin) appears in 290 of the series' 292 episodes, more than anyone else. The only episodes in which she does not appear are Beverly Hills, 90210: Every Dream Has Its Price (Tag) (1990) and Beverly Hills, 90210: One Man and a Baby (1991).
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Brian Austin Green's on-screen wife, Tori Spelling, shares a birthday with his real-life wife, Megan Fox.
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Jackie Taylor was played by Pamela Galloway in the pilot and by Ann Gillespie for the rest of the series.
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Shannen Doherty was arguably one of the worst people to work with on the show. For years, she engaged in a war with co-star Jennie Garth, but the two managed to patch things up. The actress was also late to shoot on numerous occasions, which upset producer Aaron Spelling.
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Tiffani Thiessen and Vanessa Marcil have three things in common: they both played a manipulative and instigating character, were in a relationship with Brian Austin Green, and became a permanent cast member without previously having served as a recurring character.
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Douglas Emerson's character, Scott Scanlon, was killed off midway through the second season. This was one of the few times in a television series where a character's gruesome death was shown despite the fact that the actor resigning from the series was on good terms instead of being involuntarily terminated.
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The series, which ran for ten seasons and went through numerous cast changes and adjustments beginning in the fifth season, has been referenced on Saved by the Bell (1989) and Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) which also ran for a combined ten seasons and went through numerous cast changes and adjustments beginning in the fifth season of the franchise (first season of "The New Class").
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The Walsh family is from Minnesota, home of the Minnesota Twins baseball team. This is a reference to Brandon and Brenda Walsh who are twins.
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Kristin Dattilo was up for the role of Brenda Walsh, but turned it down. She would later appear as Melissa Coolidge in Beverly Hills, 90210: One Man and a Baby (1991).
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The pilot episode premiered just one day before Douglas Emerson's 16th birthday, and the series finale premiered just one day after Tori Spelling's 27th birthday.
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Although Valerie Malone mentions Brenda Walsh as a close family friend, Shannen Doherty and Tiffani Thiessen never appeared together in a scene. Thiessen was cast as a replacement after Doherty left. That was only explained as a reason for the relationship between the characters by including her on the show.
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Brandon Walsh was also the name of Josh Brolin's character in The Goonies (1985).
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Two cast members and two cast members' children were born exactly seven days apart: Kathleen Robertson is one week older than Brian Austin Green, and Jennie Garth's daughter was born one week after Luke Perry's son.
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The name of the fictional series that Steve's mom was the star of was "Hartley House".
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Potomac, Maryland, Darren Star's hometown, was the inspiration for the show.
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Brandon's car was named after Walter Mondale, Minnesota's senior U.S. Senator during the late 1970's and early 1980's. He was the Democratic nominee for president in 1984, losing to incumbent Ronald Reagan.
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Tori Spelling originally auditioned for the role of Kelly Taylor. She was offered the role of Donna Martin a week later.
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Executive producer Charles Rosin worked six to six-and-a-half days a week, 12 to 16 hours a day, 11 to 11-and-a-half months a year on the show.
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The show was canceled on January 24, 2000.
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Gabrielle Carteris is alphabetically first out of all the main cast members throughout the series run. Her character, Andrea Zuckerman, is alphabetically last out of all the main cast members' characters.
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Wings Hauser was offered the role of Jack McKay. Scheduling conflicts prevented him from taking it.
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James Eckhouse and Carol Potter (parental figures and disciplinarians Jim and Cindy Walsh who offered advice not only to their own children, Brandon and Brenda Walsh, but occasionally to their children's friends) decided not to renew their five-year contracts. This was due to Jim and Cindy gradually being reduced to background characters that served little to no purpose, as Brandon and the gang were growing up and becoming independent. According to the graduation (final) episode of the third season, the teen characters were 20 years old by the end of the fifth season, making James and Carol's resignations at the end of that season, symbolic of the now-adult characters no longer in need of parental guidance.
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In the season one opening credits, the girl in the black and red bikini is Noelle Parker. She appeared as Tiffany Morgan in Beverly Hills, 90210: Every Dream Has Its Price (Tag) (1990).
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Before Denise Dowse played Mrs. Teasley, the Principal of West Beverly High, she played Professor Harriet Strathmore from UCLA in Beverly Hills, 90210: The 17 Year Itch (1990).
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Ian Ziering and Luke Perry are both left-handed.
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Gabrielle Carteris (the oldest cast member) and Ian Ziering (the second oldest cast member) are alphabetically first and last of the entire cast.
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Luke Perry and Jennie Garth both became first-time parents in June 1997.
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The first season's opening theme song featured a calm instrumental played over archive footage of the cast, as opposed to the well-known adrenalin-pumping guitar riff theme that was played over the cast's "rock star" roll call as they let loose while out of character and looking into the camera at their fans. This was done in an effort to avoid any embarrassment in case the series wasn't renewed for a second season. Aaron Spelling wanted to insure the cast could save face and not be regarded as "hot shots" whose self-esteem could possibly be crushed by an abrupt cancellation, thus the first season's humble opening.
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In BH90210 (2019) the reboot of the original show, in the opening credits, every cast member was listed alphabetically with Gabrielle Carteris being first and Ian Ziering being last. Ironically, Shannen Doherty is credited second just like she was for the first four seasons of the original opening. Before his death, Luke Perry had already signed on to do the show and he would have been credited before Jason Priestley and after Brian Austin Green when going alphabetically.
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Tamara Glynn was a strong contender for the role of Kelly Taylor but lost out to Jennie Garth
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Brian Austin Green was considered for the role of Casey Jones in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990). Incidentally, the film was released on VHS on October 4, 1990 - the day that Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) first premiered.
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