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A Kansas family relocates to Beverly Hills, where their two children adapt to the infamous social drama of West Beverly Hills High.
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Series cast summary:
Shenae Grimes-Beech ...  Annie Wilson 114 episodes, 2008-2013
Tristan Mack Wilds ...  Dixon Wilson 114 episodes, 2008-2013
AnnaLynne McCord ...  Naomi Clark 114 episodes, 2008-2013
Jessica Stroup ...  Erin Silver 114 episodes, 2008-2013
Michael Steger ...  Navid Shirazi 114 episodes, 2008-2013
Jessica Lowndes ...  Adrianna Tate-Duncan 114 episodes, 2008-2013
Matt Lanter ...  Liam Court 98 episodes, 2009-2013
Trevor Donovan ...  Teddy Montgomery 79 episodes, 2009-2013
Lori Loughlin ...  Debbie Wilson 69 episodes, 2008-2012
Ryan Eggold ...  Ryan Matthews 68 episodes, 2008-2011
Gillian Zinser ...  Ivy Sullivan 60 episodes, 2009-2012
Rob Estes ...  Harry Wilson 46 episodes, 2008-2010


Annie and Dixon Wilson move from Kansas to the very wealthy area of Beverly Hills, and begin attending the famed West Beverly High School in the 90210 zip code. They quickly encounter queen bee Naomi, rebel Silver, troubled Adrianna and others as the drama unfolds in 90210. Written by Anonymous

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New Drama. Same Zip Code. See more »


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In season five, Riley Smith has a recurring role as a paraplegic confined to a wheelchair. He previously had a guest-starring role on Joan of Arcadia (2003) as a friend of Kevin Girardi's (Jason Ritter), whose drunk-driving accident is what paralyzed Kevin and put him in a wheelchair. See more »


Throughout out the series, it's clear that the actors/actresses portraying teenagers are actually in their 20s+. This is done as to not interfere with the schooling of real teenagers and to give the general viewing audience who are teenagers themselves someone they can look up too. See more »


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Not as good as the original 90210, but still has potential.
26 September 2008 | by lilgra1See all my reviews

After watching the first couple episodes of the "next generation", the show is not that bad. It was very smart of them to bring back some of the original cast like Kelly and Brenda. I think that they really bring back a nostalgia feel to their old audience and their acting compared to the new cast is way better. The main Wilson family is suppose to be i guess similar to the Walsh family. For the most part, the new cast is pretty good, except that Annie's facial expressions tend to be too exaggerated and almost seems annoying to me now. For the first episodes it was alright since she's suppose to be from Kansas, but she should definitely tone down on trying to act "cute". I like Ethan and Silver and Dixon, they seem to be pretty cool and acting wise believable. The girl Naomi is pretty bad at acting and doesn't seem like she's in high school. For the most part, this is a more pop-ish, and less serious than the old 90210. They play a lot of familiar music in every episode. If you don't take it that seriously, you might like it. I'll give it a couple more episodes and see where they take it.

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2 September 2008 (USA) See more »

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90210: The Next Generation See more »

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