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Priestley Comes Back to 90210

Jason Priestley

Is a Walsh family reunion in the offing? Jason Priestley is returning to the show — in a sense. And his TV sibling may be back, too. read more

Olympian Shawn Johnson Gets a Secret Life

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Olympic gold-medal winning gymnast Shawn Johnson will guest-star on the mid-season finale of ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager.Playing herself, Johnson, 16, will get a chance to flirt with "Ricky" in the school hallway, says the network. The episode, titled "Just Say No," was directed by original 90210 alum, Jason Priestley. Johnson's appearance was announced shortly after Olympian Misty May-Treanor was cast on Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place. At the Olympics in Beijing, Johnson took home the gold medal for women's balance beam, as well as the individual all-around silver medal.Johnson's episode will flip its way onto your screen Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 8 pm/ET. — Erin Fox read more

Jason Priestley Eyeing a Return to 90210

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Beverly Hills 90210 alum Jason Priestley is in talks with the CW to return to the famous zip code. Oh, but this time he'll strictly be behind the camera.Priestley is eyeing a chance to direct some episodes of the 90210 update, explaining to the New York Daily News, "I think that's where I'll be most beneficial." As for the new series' overall prospects, he ventures, "I'm sure it'll be great." — J.R. WhalenRelated: • Tori Spelling Confirmed for New 90210• Watch video interviews of the 90210 cast read more

90210 Pals Reunite in Another Life

Ian Ziering and Jason Priestly on the set of Side Order of Life

For Beverly Hills, 90210 fans, it doesn’t get much better than this: Two grads of West Beverly High’s Class of ’93 reunite (well, sort of ) on Sunday (9 pm/ET) when Jason Priestley (aka boy-next-door Brandon Walsh) is joined by his old Peach Pit pal Ian Ziering (the affable Steve Sanders) on Priestley’s Lifetime dramedy Side Order of Life. “To reunite implies we have been away from each other, which couldn’t be further from the truth,” says Ziering. “Jason and I are the best of friends. As far as working together, we haven’t had any scenes together so far, but there is something in the works.” Ziering, who’s slated for three read more

More Hills, Less Land (of the Lost)

First of all, loving you guys for writing in last week. The world is filled with blogs these days (hell, this site is filled with blogs), so for anyone to read mine, much less reply? I’m feeling very Sally Field. Thanks for liking me!Now, about the 90210-Melrose situation that seems to have erupted. Like Chappy explained with NASA-powered GPS accuracy in the comments, the final two episodes of 90210’s sophomore season introduced Grant Show as Melrose’s Jake Hanson, the dude who taught Drunky McKay "how to surf, ride a motorcycle…pick up girls." And having just finished the second season on DVD, that skill set obviously also included getting with Kelly Taylor, which is what Hanson tries while not building Jackie Taylor and Mel Silver’s wedding pavilion and squinting through his carefully swept-back-but-floppy hair. "I should probably be arrested for thinking what I’m thinking right now," he tells our favorite jailbait. Nothing says romance — or spin... read more

Boston Legal Alum Hopes for a Picture-perfect Life

Marisa Coughlan, Side Order of Life

Can lightning strike twice for Lifetime, which just launched the highly successful — and already renewed for a second season — Army Wives? Fronting the cabler's latest effort, Side Order of Life (premiering Sunday at 8 pm/ET), is Marisa Coughlan, familiar to Boston Legal fans for her run as Alan Shore's brainy and beautiful assistant, as well as a cast member in such films as Teaching Mrs. Tingle and Gossip. In Lifetime's new series, Coughlan plays Jenny, a magazine photographer who, with her nuptials pending, is led to question i read more

Brandon Walsh Is a Dad, and More Baby Talk

Naomi Lowde and Jason Priestly by Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

Beverly Hills, 90210 icon (and cast member of Lifetime's upcoming Side Order of Life) Jason Priestley and his wife Naomi Lowde have welcomed their first child, a baby girl. Yep, no name, no specific day, all very odd.... Skating with Celebrities alumna Jillian Barberie and her husband Grant Reynolds on Friday welcomed their first child, a girl named Ruby Raven, reports People.... Indie queen Toni Collette is pregnant with her and husband Dave Galafassi's first child. "We're over the moon," the actress tells the AP. read more

May 16, 2007: “Everything Will Come to a Head”

Season finales make me wistful The third part of a trilogy bringing Neve Campbell and Jason Priestley to the Dubois roost wrapped the season up nicely I love when everything comes together and there are no loose ends This show while not quite as fantastic as last weeks still held its own especially when you consider Allisons special talents and the risks she had to take to solve the murder of her friendenemy PD MacColl Everyone got a spot in this show Manny Scanlon and Lynn Scanlon finally got some good scenes as well and he and Lynn are back together Those two are very on again off again Perhaps next season they might even have a subplot of their ownJoe had another decent story line losing his job because of Allisons newly exposed abilities yet still loving his wife at the end of the day What a guy Clone him please Manuel lost his job as well but since Allison had his back Im sure it was only temporary Best Line PDDebra read more

Backstage at Dancing with the Stars: a 90210 Invasion!

Dancing with the Stars' Ian Ziering had the support of old "school pals" Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling.

Monday night at Dancing with the Stars, the place was lousy with celebrities. In one corner sat Ian Ziering's Beverly Hills, 90210 support group of Tori Spelling, Jason Priestley and Jennie Garth. "Those judges have just got to give it up," said Garth. "They've got to give Ian a 10!" In another corner sat Cheech Marin and Alfonso Ribeiro. Ribeiro was rooting for read more

In the Works: Showtime Peddles More Drugs

• Tim Robbins will write, exec-produce and direct Possible Side Effects for Showtime, a drama pilot about a dysfunctional family tied to the big-bucks pharmaceutical industry, says Variety.• Sources tell the New York Post's Page Six that Star Jones, who just recently booked an SVU gig (detailed below), has inked a deal to host her own Court TV show later this year. UPDATE: Court TV announced Wednesday that Star will front a show about criminal justice issues that intersect with the pop culture world. • Filmmaker Curtis Hanson (8 Mile, L.A. Confidential) has inked a multiyear deal to create, develop and produce programming for CBS Paramount Network Television.• Lifetime has ordered 13 episodes of Side Order of Life, starring Marisa Coughlan as a photographer who rethinks her life after a pal gets cancer, with Jason Priestley playing her fiancé. A July premiere is slated.• Fox News is in talks to pick up 24 creator Joel Surnow's 1/2 Hour News Hour, which ... read more

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