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How will ‘90210’s hit-and-run storyline be wrapped up? – Susan
The question may not be how so much as when. I asked Tristan Wilds for the scoop on his “sister” Annie finally shaking this albatross, and he said, “I don’t know how soon it will come to a close…. It’s very smart how they have kept that story going.” Tristan at least joins me in wanting that Jasper dude gone, and quick, agreeing, “He’s too weasely!”.

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Shenae Grimes Teases “Surprising” Season Three Developments on 90210

Annie ran over a homeless man and killed him to conclude season one of 90210.

Ironically, this became the storyline that simply won’t die. Fans have been distressed with the length of time it dragged on for, as well as the fact that it culminated in… nothing. Annie simply decided to confess to her parents on the season finale.

In an interview with The Los Angeles Times, though, Shenae Grimes says there’s STILL more to come.

“I was really happy with the way our show runner, Rebecca [Sinclair], chose to handle the situation,” she said. “While everyone else [was] going through their momentary incidents and dramas, this [was] kind of lingering with me the entire season, which was kind of daunting.

“She really played up the subtlety. But, we do finally get closure for Annie, or at least we think we do. Of course, no show will end in that pretty little package. So there are many surprises that you’ll see.”

Please, 90210 writers, make them worthwhile.

Grimes said the storyline’s resolutions will bring in other characters, as well. Here are more snippets from the interview:

On the involvement of other characters: “We’ve gotten the hint that it may involve Teddy because of the whole license plate thing at the very beginning of the season… It does play kind of a key factor in the resolution of it all or the lack thereof. But it certainly involves more people and hopefully takes the onus off of Annie’s shoulders.”

Will Jasper return? I have no idea. There’s no real indication as to where the character will go.

On Annie and Liam: The story doesn’t really evolve the way you think it will. They’re kind of misleading you a bit. The relationship and the closeness that Annie and Liam are forming is much more than just any physical attraction… I don’t think it will be the demise of Naomi and Annie again.

Source: TVfanatic.com

Trevor Donovan officially promoted to series regular

There has been a lot of angst among “90210” fans about whether heartthrob Trevor Donovan, who plays surfer and tennis pro Teddy Montgomery, will be sticking around.

Now, Show Tracker can settle the anxiety. A CW spokesperson confirms to us exclusively that Trevor Donovan has been promoted to a series regular for Season 3.

Fans were surprised when Gillian Zinser was officially promoted before Donovan. He has definitely paid his dues with several stormy moments with the series’ bipolar beauty, Silver (played by Jessica Stroup).

The network released a description of “90210’s” Season 3 at upfronts today.

Warning: Spoiler alert!

The third season of 90210 welcomes the West Beverly kids to their senior year of high school. It’s the time of college acceptances and lovers’ rejections, the time of prom dates and promises betrayed, the time of spring break, break-ups and make-ups – but as is always the case in Beverly Hills, it all happens in a world of sun and fun, palm trees and warm sea breezes, success and excess. From the very beginning of the school year, the lives of the West Beverly group will be shaken up in a way none of them could ever imagine. And from this new starting point, their journeys will take them to staggering new heights and terrifying new depths. We’ll see the rise of a pop sensation and the fall of a group of friends, the beginning of a new love and the end of a professional dream, the creation of an unlikely family and the demise of another. And that’s just the first week of school… It’s now or never for the students of West Beverly, and they’re not going to waste a moment of time. Expectations are high, hormones are raging, and scandals are hiding around every corner. From the brightest moments of love and happiness to the darkest hours of shame and fear, senior year at West Beverly promises to be an unforgettable journey into the lives, hopes and dreams of those lucky few who call 90210 home.

Can you predict where Donovan will be making a splash?

source: latimesblogs

Season 3 spoilers!

90210: The third season welcomes the West Beverly kids to their senior year of high school. It’s the time of college acceptances and lovers’ rejections, the time of prom dates and promises betrayed, the time of spring break, break-ups and make-ups – but as is always the case in Beverly Hills, it all happens in a world of sun and fun, palm trees and warm sea breezes, success and excess. From the very beginning of the school year, the lives of the West Beverly group will be shaken up in a way none of them could ever imagine. And from this new starting point, their journeys will take them to staggering new heights and terrifying new depths. We’ll see the rise of a pop sensation and the fall of a group of friends, the beginning of a new love and the end of a professional dream, the creation of an unlikely family and the demise of another. And that’s just the first week of school… It’s now or never for the students of West Beverly, and they’re not going to waste a moment of time. Expectations are high, hormones are raging, and scandals are hiding around every corner. From the brightest moments of love and happiness to the darkest hours of shame and fear, senior year at West Beverly promises to be an unforgettable journey.

Source:
ausillio

CW – Fall Schedule Changes

Dont know if we already posted this some time back…

90210 Moves to Monday

MONDAY
8:00-9:00 PM 90210 (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM GOSSIP GIRL

source: ausiellofiles

90210: A Guilty Pleasure That Isn’t So Guilty Anymore

Something funny happens after a couple seasons of watching your favorite teen primetime soap. You well up when a longtime couple calls it quits. You pore over the promos, trying to figure out what’s going to happen next. You laugh at the right moments. Face it, you’re emotionally invested in this series—and your guilty pleasure isn’t so guilty anymore.

I’ve been noticing the shift with 90210 all season. This is a show I mostly suffered through when it started: As a fan of the original, I loved seeing familiar faces, but I couldn’t bring myself to care about the new West Beverly crowd. The story lines were sometimes fun but too often trite, and the characters were too flat to be taken seriously. I never would have given Season 2 of 90210 a chance if I hadn’t read about its “new and improved” formula. And I’m glad I did. This season was a blast: big drama, surprise hook-ups, and the much-needed addition of new characters to shake things up.

But I’ve already written about my unironic love for 90210’s sophomore season. So let’s talk about its killer finale. I was hoping to see some resolution of all the dangling plot threads—but I was left with lots of questions. That’s OK, 90210 isn’t Lost, and I don’t mind waiting to see how it all works out. If I’d had any hesitation about watching Season 3 (I didn’t), the abundance of cliffhangers would have made that decision for me.

We saw Annie bonding with a newly single Liam; how many of you were hoping for a Lannie kiss? But no, instead we got her tearful confession about the hit-and-run—manslaughter is such a mood-killer. Is Annie really going to tell her parents? The episode cut away before we heard the conversation, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Mom and Dad interrupted with, “Wait, no, we’re getting divorced.” Convenient? Sure. But also more than likely.

And what does this mean for Lannie? While it looks like the two may be headed toward coupledom, Liam’s knowledge of Annie’s major indiscretion could become the elephant in the room. By which I mean, can Annie please try dating some guys who don’t know she accidentally killed someone?

Then we have Dixon and Ivy: fake on, then off, then real on, then off, then—OK, I can’t keep up with this pair, but I’m pretty sure they’re actually together now. It looked like Dixon ended up going against his parents’ wishes and sneaking off to Australia. I’m not sure how they’ll handle that: is Dixon in for a year of grounding, or will Mama Wilson be too busy dealing with her husband’s departure to worry about much else? I’m fine either way, as long as Debbie stays away from her lecherous yoga instructor Kai.

Finally, we saw the reunion of Navid and Adrianna, who had to explore her sexuality and her attraction to sub-par pop stars before realizing she was still in love with her ex. I do like these two together, but I think Adrianna’s proven how much more interesting she can be as a free agent. My choice for her: ditch high school and go on tour with Javier, then edge yourself out and become the next Lady Gaga. And this is why people don’t ask for my advice.

And, of course, the episode went beyond couplings. There’s Jen’s pregnancy—so hot on TV right now. Ryan’s substance abuse: how is he still a teacher at this point? Jasper’s crazy. (He burned Liam’s boat! So Emily Valentine.) And then, in the episode’s darkest turn, we saw Mr. Cannon assault Naomi, while reminding her that no one would believe her story. The camera mercifully cut away, but who knew the show would go there?

With so much to tie-up, I’m hoping 90210’s third season doesn’t jump too far ahead and instead picks up with the characters enjoying summer break. I mean, hello, I need to know what’s going on at the Beverly Hills Beach Club.

Source: tv.com

‘90210′ season finale spells boatloads of trouble

Adrianna and Navid Lite bond over being narcissistic twits for a bit, and NL inadvertently takes credit for Actual Navid’s cutesy charm bracelet. Actual Navid sees the bracelet on AAdrianna, flips out, barges into a taping of Blaze Live, and screams his true feelings in front of literally everyone at West Bev (via TV). On the upside, AAdrianna admits she likes him too, so it could have gone much, much worse. On the downside, NL is not a man who will take “no” for an answer. He reiterates his offer to take AAdrianna on tour over the summer — all the better for him to steal her away from Navid again.

Annie and Liam bond over their mutual criminal pasts, prompting him to call it quits with lying, self-centered Naomi. Before admitting his misdeeds to Stepdaddy Dearest, he invites Annie to take the born-again-virgin voyage on his handcrafted boat. Lulled by the gentle slapping of the waves against wood and wrapped cozily in a Baja blanket, she confesses to being a certifiable hobo killer. Liam takes her in his arms to console her, getting Jasper (who’s watching from a distance like the stalker he is) blazing mad — enough so to firebomb the S.S. Coin Swiper. Unfortunately, Annie isn’t on the boat at the time because she’s gone home to tell her parents about her murderin’ ways. Fortunately, Liam’s not. He intercepts crutch-crippled Jasper rowing back to shore and beats the ever-loving p*** out of the spikey-haired bandit.

Naomi, meanwhile, reacts about as badly and b****ily to getting dumped as you might expect, then makes a knee-jerk turnabout and launches into an out-of-tune rendition of “Single Ladies,” thankfully without the dance. Eat your heart out, Minnelli! After a big school event leaves her feeling more alone than ever, she finds herself back at West Bev, with car trouble. She seeks help in the only person around — the man she falsely accused of sexually harassing her. Except this time he decides to take advantage of her destroyed credibility to get all rape-y. Boom goes the Cannon!

Source: zap2it

Most Scandalous Moments

If last year was Annie’s turn to be cast in the shadows, this time it’s Naomi’s turn. I thought it couldn’t get any worse after her problems with Liam, Jen’s return, and flubbing the SATs, but the season finale proves me wrong. The episode is filled with cliffhangers galore – from Adrianna and Javier’s courtship to the Wilsons marriage and beyond.

I can’t say much more without giving away the farm, so get into it when you read more.

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‘90210′ Season Finale Was Bananas!

It’s just too bad almost The CW gave away almost EVERY twist in the preview!

You’d think that a season finale full of break-ups, drunk driving and (literally) stuff blowing up would make for an exciting finale… and you’d be right! The CW was totally on the money when they called this episode “a finale that all finales wish they could be.”

Here’s a rundown of all the madness that went down on last night’s finale:
The Naomi who cried wolf (AKA the only interesting part of the episode):

It was definitely NOT Naomi’s (AnnaLynne McCord) night! After being dumped by Liam (Matt Lanter), her car broke down and she had to go back into West Bev, where she had a nasty encounter with Mr. Cannon (Hal Ozsan.) He kissed her, slapped her in the face and then (possibly) raped her. We won’t know exactly what went down until season three.

Vote her if you think the teacher did rape Naomi and who Dixon should be dating.

Annie comes clean… sort of:

Annie (Shenae Grimes) finally spilled the beans to Liam about accidentally killing Jasper’s (Zachary Ray Sherman) uncle at the end of season one. She then made a second stop on her confession tour — her house! But did she have the guts to really tell her parents the truth? We’ll find out in the fall.
Fire on the high seas:

A bitter, jealous Jasper set Liam’s boat on fire after seeing him hugging Annie. When Liam arrived on the scene, he caught Jasper in the act, throwing him to the ground and beating him to a bloody pulp. Police sirens were heard in the background… is bad-boy Liam finally getting the punishment that’s been coming to him?

Jen & Ryan’s daddy drama:

We learned last week that Jen (Sara Foster) was pregnant, and last night we learned who the father is: none other than her ex-BF Ryan (Ryan Eggold.) But after making it clear to Ryan that she didn’t want her child to have a “public school teacher” as a father, he hit the bottle… hard! He got drunk, stole one of the school’s shuttle buses, then crashed his own car into the West Bev sign! His car took off (on fire!) into the night. Clear the roads!

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