The Original 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Cast Will Star In New Reboot

There's a brand new '90210' remake in the works and it looks like most of the original cast are on board.

It comes just five years after the younger generation reboot starring AnnaLyn McCord, Shenae Grimes and Rob Estes aired on the CW network in the US.

According to Deadline, the new series will catch up with the original Beverly Hills gang two decades later but won't be a "traditional reboot" which sounds very ~mysterious~.

The new series is currently being shopped around to various networks and apparently "multiple buyers are interested" so we'll hopefully have Donna, Kelly, Brandon and David back on our screens soon because OG cast members Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth, Jason Priestly and Brian Austin Green are all on board for the new project.

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Spelling has been dropping 90210 hints for the past few months, uploading a photo of her and Garth in a golf cart at the CBS Studio Centre in LA.

"Work is always play when it's with you," she wrote of her co-star.

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Spelling first mentioned the news in March this year, saying that an all-new 90210 series was in the works at CBS.

Garth, Spelling and Shannen Doherty all made cameo appearances in the CW series that aired between 2008-2013 -- but we can't wait to see what kind of dramas the original teen cast has gotten themselves into as 40-something-year olds.

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