The CW has extended the 4th season from 22 to 24 episodes.
It is an on-going battle with the CW. If it isn't all of the screen clutter, it is episodes that are the shortest in the industry.
Yep, the money-grubbing, I don't give-a-damn-about-the-viewers, network has gone and done it again. The 9/09/08 episode (#103) is only 38:45 in length. You read that correctly. There is 21:15 that is devoted to commercials and promos. That program length does not include any next week promo and is complete, using the real closing credits (not that crap the network does).
You the viewer should be absolutely pissed. I sure as hell am. Send your e-mail complaints to the CW.
The third season of "90210" welcomes the West Beverly kids to their senior year of high school. It's the time of college acceptances and lovers' rejections, the time of prom dates and promises betrayed, the time of spring break, break-ups and make ups - but as is always the case in Beverly Hills, it all happens in a world of sun and fun, palm trees and warm sea breezes, success and excess.
From the very beginning of the school year, the lives of the West Beverly group will be shaken up in a way none of them could ever imagine. And from this new starting point, their journeys will take them to staggering new heights and terrifying new depths. We'll see the rise of a pop sensation and the fall of a group of friends, the beginning of a new love and the end of a professional dream, the creation of an unlikely family and the demise of another. And that's just the first week of school... It's now or never for the students of West Beverly, and they're not going to waste a moment of time.
Expectations are high, hormones are raging, and scandals are hiding around every corner. From the brightest moments of love and happiness to the darkest hours of shame and fear, senior year at West Beverly promises to be an unforgettable journey into the lives, hopes and dreams of those lucky few who call "90210" home.
Last modified on Wednesday, 03-Aug-2011 22:12:24 CDT.