|SP-0345||5/11/03||5/10/03||[unknown]||[unknown]||Beverly Hills, 90210: The Reunion|
|[TVG] Jason Priestley, Luke Perry, Gabrielle Carteris,
Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty discuss life as the fashionable grads
of West Beverly High's Class of '93 and the impact the zip-code drama
had on their careers. Also: clips from the series (1990-2000) featuring
celebrity guests and memorable moments.
[Fox] The cast of "Beverly Hills, 90210," FOX's longest running drama series (Oct. 4, 1990 - May 17, 2000), will reunite for a celebration in the exciting, all-new special BEVERLY HILLS, 90210: 10-YEAR HIGH SCHOOL REUNION (working title). The program will feature interviews with Jason Priestley ("Brandon Walsh"), Luke Perry ("Dylan McKay"), Jennie Garth ("Kelly Taylor"), Shannen Doherty ("Brenda Walsh"), and Gabrielle Carteris ("Andrea Zuckerman"), whose characters graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1993. The program will also feature interviews with James Eckhouse ("Jim Walsh") and Carol Potter ("Cindy Walsh"), who portrayed Brandon and Brenda's parents on the series. The special will also spotlight many unforgettable scenes as the series' stars take viewers on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
Note: The episode that Ian references is actually 13, not 14. The special was taped April 25, after 2am.
Photo Credit: Ray Mickshaw/FOX
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