It's been 14 years since Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling said goodbye to Beverly Hills, 90210. Although they briefly reunited for an episode of the long-running Fox drama's CW spin-off, the two agree it had to be the perfect project — for them, ABC Family's Mystery Girls — that would get them back together on-screen for good.
It was only a matter of time! ABC Family's Mystery Girls is staging its first official Beverly Hills, 90210 reunion.
See why Tori Spelling says reuniting with Jennie Garth for Mystery Girlswas a "no-brainer"
The upcoming comedy, which premieres June 25 at 8:30/7:30c, stars Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth as former co-stars from a '90s detective show who are brought back together by a real-life mystery.
So who's the first friend they called on to stop by their series? Spelling shared the news on Twitter Tuesday:
"A buddy comedy, co-stars in the '90s, it was a no-brainer!" Tori Spelling says in our exclusive behind-the-scenes look at ABC Family's upcoming series Mystery Girls.
Premiering on June 25 (8:30/7:30c), Mystery Girls stars Spelling and Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Jennie Garth as alums from a '90s detective show who are brought back together by a real-life mystery.
Shannen Doherty appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show Thursday, where she addressed claims that she was a diva in Jason Priestley's memoir.
What happens in Beverly Hills most certainly does not stay in Beverly Hills.
In a new tell-all memoir, former Beverly Hills, 90210 star Jason Priestley offers juicy tidbits about his former co-stars on the hit show, as well as life as a young heartthrob living in Hollywood.
The revelations in the book, according to The Hollywood Reporter include tales of Shannen Doherty's diva behavior and Priestley deciding to put a vulgar spin on the famous line "Donna Martin graduates" as a joke during filming. Here's a breakdown: