Given Tuesday's premiere of the spinoff series, we thought it was time to catch up with our fave residents of that notorious ZIP code...
Jennie shimmied her way back into America’s hearts on Dancing With the Stars, starred alongside Amanda Bynes in the series What I Like About You and was the first West Beverly Hills High alum to be asked to reprise her role for the new show. Kelly Taylor as Most Likely to Succeed? We didn’t see that coming!
Shannen seemed to be the 9’er with the longest legs, landing on the hit show Charmed. But she left the bewitching dramedy in 2001 amid reports that she could get along with, um, no one—not even costar Holly Marie Combs, with whom she’s clearly made up since then. Yet according to the former frenemies, Doherty and Garth have forgotten their feud.
Tori was widely reported to have been squeezed out of daddy (and BH9 producer) Aaron Spelling’s will. You can read all about it—and her account of a physical confrontation between Garth and Doherty (which both actresses deny)—in her tell-all, sTORI Telling. Although she won't be reprising her role as Donna Martin, Tori has been busy since the June birth of her second child, promoting her jewely line and reality show with hubby Dean McDermott.
Gabrielle may have looked happy at this Access Hollywood swag suite, but these past few years have been trying for the actress. Two years ago, she suffered a debilitating injury while filming Past Tense, a Lifetime TV movie. She says she still contends with severe nerve damage, but something tells us it’ll take more than that to keep Andrea down.
Jason and his wife, Naomi, welcomed baby Ava in July 2007. The family is seen here attending a gifting suite earlier this year, not long after it was revealed that Lifetime would be canceling Priestley’s drama, Side Order of Life, after just one season. Maybe that’s a good thing: Looks like he’s been hitting too many side orders as it is. (Oh Brandon, we kid because we love.)
Brian made us endure his stunning failure as a rap artist. But things seem to be picking up for Donna’s old flame, as he’s seen here posing with new love Megan Fox at a party for the series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (he guest starred). With Fox, he’s clearly discovered love. And eyeliner.
Luke didn’t work for a good long time after Beverly Hills, 90210. Then he landed a role in Jeremiah. That was canceled. Next he scored a part in the HBO drama John From Cincinnati. And now he’s out of work again. Well, not completely. He has some movies in the pipeline—but strangely, no reality show.