Here is every actor returning for BH90210. The unique revival of Beverly Hills, 90210 reunites the original cast of the hit Fox series that ran from 1990-2000. A bonafide phenomenon in its time, 90210 helped define the Fox Network and turned the actors into teen idols during the 1990s. However, BH90210 isn't just another reboot of a popular canceled TV series.
In BH90210, the core cast of the original 90210 return to portray "heightened versions of themselves" who are setting out to launch a reboot of Beverly Hills, 90210. The new is series is a scripted, mock-reality show inspired by the cast's real-lives and relationships. The idea of doing a reality-based reboot came to creators Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling after Ian Ziering pitched a similar idea (to no network interest) to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 90210 in 2000. All of the main actors signed on to BH90210, including Luke Perry, who promised to do "as many episodes as he could" due to his commitments to Riverdale. Shannen Doherty was not originally set to return but, after Perry's death in March, joined BH90210 in part to honor Perry's memory.
BH90210 will reference the original series but will ignore the 90210 reboot that aired on The CW from 2008-2013. In addition to the seven primary lead actors, some other familiar faces from Beverly Hills, 90210 also joined the revival, which promises to add to the nostalgia for longtime fans of the gang from West Beverly High. Here's the confirmed cast coming back for BH90210.
BH90210's Returning Cast
Jason Priestley as Himself. Priestley played Brandon Walsh on Beverly Hills, 90210 but in BH90210's version, Priestley is a TV director of YA dramas who finds himself creatively dissatisfied with his career.
Jennie Garth as Herself. Garth played Kelly Taylor for all ten seasons of Beverly Hills, 90210. The fictionalized version of Garth will have been through several marriages and is dealing with raising teenagers in Hollywood.
Gabrielle Carteris as Herself. The oldest Beverly Hills, 90210 cast member, Carteris played Andrea Zuckerman. BH90210's version of Carteris is a grandmother and President of the Actors Guild of America who has to ride the bus.
Ian Ziering as Himself. Ziering played Steve Sanders for Beverly Hills, 90210's entire run. In BH90210, Ziering is an entrepreneur building a successful fitness brand.
Tori Spelling as Herself. Spelling played Donna Martin on Beverly Hills, 90210. In BH90210, Spelling's version of herself is the closest to her real-life: she is a married mom of six whose reality show, Tori & Nate: Spelling the Beans, was just canceled.
Brian Austin Green as Himself. Green played David Silver on Beverly Hills, 90210 but in BH90210, Green is a stay-at-home dad whose career is overshadowed by his more famous wife.
Shannen Doherty as Herself. Doherty played Brenda Walsh and was the first main cast member to leave Beverly Hills, 90210. In BH90210, Doherty returns as a troublemaker with a new, altruistic career.
Carol Potter as Herself. Potter portrayed Cindy Walsh, the mother of twins Brandon and Brenda, on Beverly Hills, 90210.
Christine Elise McCarthy as Herself. McCarthy played Emily Valentine, Brandon's controversial girlfriend, in the second season of Beverly Hills, 90210.
Denise Richards as Herself. Richards played Kelly's cousin, Robin McGill, on Beverly Hills, 90210 and she plays a heightened version of herself in BH90210.
New Characters in BH90210
La La Anthony as Shay. Anthony portrays the wife of Brian Austin Green, who is a successful hip-hop artist. In real life, Green is married to Megan Fox.
Vanessa Lachey as Camille. Lachey plays Jason Priestley's wife, a high-powered Hollywood publicist.
Ivan Sergei as Nate. Sergei plays Tori Spelling's husband, who is an ex-hockey player.
BH90210 airs Wednesdays @ 9 pm on Fox.