The TV series “Beverly hills, 90210”, revived by the American TV channel Fox called “БХ90210” (“BH90210”), it was decided to limit to just one season. The creators of the cult TV series explained the decision on low ratings.
The legendary youth drama with the participation of the original actors will be limited to one season, because the producers have cancelled further filming. The first series was released in August, and the season consists of six episodes.
Beverly hills, 90210, photo: Shane Harvey / FOX
Fox said he was very proud of the reunion on the set of the show’s stars and the fact that we were able to gather fans of “90210” across the country”.
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“Huge thanks and respect to Brian Austin green (David), Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea), Ian Ziering (Steve), Jason Priestley (Brandon), Jennie Garth (Kelly), Shannen Doherty (Brenda) and tori spelling (Donna), which, together with the whole team and everyone at Fox studios and CBS Television Studios poured their hearts and souls into this truly inventive and nostalgic revival”, – said in a statement. The creators of the series
Beverly hills, 90210, photo: FOX
The show scored 1.4 points among the most important demo for audiences aged 18 to 49 and 3.6 million viewers. It is reported that before the premiere episode, “BH90210” faced a number of difficulties, among which the change of commercials and many of the writers for a short season.
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