Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth
When Beverly Hills, 90210 ended in May of 2000, fans squealed as Kelly Taylor finally ended things with Matt (Daniel Cosgrove) for her on-again off-again boyfriend Dylan (Luke Perry). Fourteen years later, star Jennie Garth is shocked to find out the truth when all this time she thought Kelly actually ended up with Brandon (Jason Priestley).
Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestley
The '90s are making a comeback! With Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling reuniting for Mystery Girls, what better time than now to take a trip to everyone's favorite zip code with a Beverly Hills, 90210 marathon?
Luke Perry is moving east. The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum has landed a guest-starring role on Hot in Cleveland, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Every year on the show, the women fix each other up on dates, which is Perry where comes in...
Dana Delany, Luke Perry
So much for a nice, quiet date for Megan (Dana Delany) and Charlie (guest star Luke Perry) on Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof.
What starts as a romantic evening for the pair is derailed when a plane crashes into Philadelphia's main power ...
Justin Bartha and Andrew Rannells
Too soon. We always feel that way when a season of FX's marvelously entertaining Justified comes to a close. It can't be easy sustaining that high-wire act of violent tension and wry bourbon-smooth humor, while staying true to the voice and tone of Elmore Leonard's creation of the laconic yet steely U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, but they sure make it go down easy. The fourth-season finale (Tuesday, 10/9c) is titled "Ghosts," and it's a haunted hour, all right — haunted by what-ifs, by dreams deferred and hopes crushed by the weight of bad acts and Harlan County's history of bad people — but it's also a truly badass episode when it needs to be, with fateful confrontations and crazy twists, some satisfying and others troubling.
Mark Valley, Dana Delany
The Walking Dead may be over for the season, but television viewers can still get their zombie fix with Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof.
On Tuesday's episode, titled "Skin and Bones," Megan (Dana Delany) and Tommy (Mark Valley) may be dealing with a killing spree at the hands of the undead. WhenTommy is bitten while investigating a murder, and the staff at the medical examiner's office find more than one rabies case on their hands, some members of the team believe that it's the work of zombies.
Body of Proof creator and executive producer Matthew Gross has made it no secret that his ABC drama has undergone quite a makeover during its 10-month hiatus. But should existing fans be worried that they'll be watching a completely new series when Season 3 premieres (Tuesday at 10/9c, ABC)?
Yes and no.
Luke Perry and Jennie Garth
Kelly and Dylan forever!
Jennie Garth and Luke Perry, who played the on-again off-again couple on the original Beverly Hills, 90210, are reuniting to develop a sitcom together in which they'll both star, Us Weekly reports.
Jennie Garth, Luke Perry
West Beverly High School is having a mini-reunion, sponsored by Old Navy.
The comfort clothing retailer has recruited cast members from the original Beverly Hills, 90210 to appear in new ads — and offer winking nods to their teenage alter egos.
Check one off the wish list for A.J. Cook. After seven seasons, the Criminal Minds star's dream has come true: She's getting beat up.
"My wish was granted! I was so excited when I got the script," she tells TVGuide.com. "It was like a kid in a candy store moment. I was just super giddy about it."
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Cook will show off her combat chops on Wednesday's episode (9/8c, CBS) when JJ faces off with an unsub who's been leaving dead bodies in lifeguard towers. And frankly, if you ask Cook, it's been a long time coming. After all, half the cast has been tortured and battered by the likes of C. Thomas Howell, James Van Der Beek and Luke Perry already.
"It started out as a joke. I guess there was a fan video put together with all the action and everyone getting beat up and shot, and we're like, 'JJ's done nothing but shoot a dog [in Season 2's "The Big Game"]. That was the most danger she's faced! It's her turn!'" Cook says. "It was that realization it's my ...