First, the adults who play the adult characters on 90210 leave, and now one of the adults who plays a kid is hitting the road.
Trevor Donovan will not be returning as a series regular on 90210 next season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The 32-year-old actor, who plays high school senior Teddy, enjoyed the spotlight in Season 3 when his character came out the closet. Donovan will appear in about five episodes as a guest-star when the show returns this fall.
"Before everyone gets all upset, I'll be back as a guest star for a handful of shows," Donovan tweeted Monday. "Look at it this way...we got a chance to bring to the forefront an epic storyline, that helped and entertained, I got to meet all of you...and you get come along with me where ever I go next.. It's not over.....it's new beginning!!! Thanks for the support....you guys are the best ever."
As previously announced, Lori Loughlin and Ryan Eggold have both exited the series, paving the way for West Bev's brightest youngsters to head to college — or get knocked up, like Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) did. Showrunner Rebecca Sinclair also left the series, replaced by Life Unexpected's Patti Carr and Lara Olsen.
TVLine.com first reported the news.