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90s kids, you're in for a treat. 

Iconic LA-based TV series 90210 is returning to our screens with the original cast lined up to reanimate their former roles in a mini-series, but there is a bit of a twist. 

In an interesting script choice, the mini-series will focus on the actors as they prepare for a 90210 revival, in a kind of self-aware 90210-ception. 


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Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green, and Tori Spelling will all play themselves rather than take up the reigns as their former characters Brandon Walsh, Kelly Taylor, Steve Sanders, Andrea Zuckerman, David Silver, and Donna Martin. 

However, they will be playing 'heightened' versions of their own personalities, and the story lines they will be acting out will reflect their own lives since leaving the show. 

It sounds like it's going to be a highly scripted reality TV show about a regular TV show, and frankly we're here for it simply for the nostalgia alone. 


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'What will happen when first loves, old romances, friends and frenemies come back together, as this iconic cast – whom the whole world watched grow up together – attempts to continue from where they left off?' reads an intriguing statement about the show.

'Beverly Hills, 90210 left an indelible impact on pop culture and an entire generation,” explained Michael Thorn, president of entertainment for Fox, to Consequence of Sound. 

'Its powerful legacy is an important part of our network’s DNA – bold stories not told anywhere else and bigger-than-life-characters – and we’re honored to bring back the beloved original cast members for 90210.'

The show originally began almost 30 years ago, in 1990, and ran for 10 seasons. 



We're obsessed about animals here in Shemazing! HQ, just look at our article about this over-weight dog.

So when we came across this story about a fox trapped in Cork, we were delighted to hear that he was given a new home – and one he chose for himself.

A family in Cork city noticed that a fox was unable to escape from their garden, and even after many attempts of leaving a ladder and food to entice him to go back out into the wild, it failed.

The family decided to call the Cork Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals who came and successfully removed the trapped fox.

The CSPCA released the fox on a beach in the countryside of Cork so it could be comfortable and get its bearings before deciding whether to go back to the city or start a new life in the country.

CSPCA worker Vincent Cashman said: "They are not a threat to humans, they are not a risk, but we encourage people not to feed them as it usually brings them back.

"They are not a problem for humans but it really is best to not go near them."



Fans of Glee might have to look it up under a different name since the TV show legally HAS to change its name.

Entrepreneur Mark Tughan owns a number of comedy clubs in the UK called, The Glee Club.

So, when Glee – the TV show – first aired on our screens, Mark began a gigantic legal battle with FOX in 2011 and accused the show's bosses of stealing his name.

The businessman trademarked "The Glee Club" in 1999, ten years before Glee ever hit our TVs.

He argued that the name of the series was confusing people and putting customers off attending his venues as they associated the show with him.

Fox TV flew over to the UK to attend the court battles and denied breach of copyright since they had no idea that Mark owned clubs under The Glee Club name.

In 2014, High Court judges ruled in Mark's favour but then Fox appealed that decision with lawyers arguing that re-branding would have "catastrophic consequences" for the show and the company.

They said the ruling would effect repeats of the series, future shows, DVDs, CDs and digital downloads.

But even after the appeal, they lost out again at the Court of Appeal this week.

Mark commented on the verdict, telling The Mirror, "It is a great relief that the court has upheld the earlier judgement. We hope that this bring us closure to the end of this whole saga.


24 was a TV show that was so gripping, it was really hard not to binge watch daily. Like, really hard.

And as we all know, all good things must come to an end. So, we said goodbye to Jack Bauer and alas, goodbye to 24. Or, so we thought.

Surprisingly, FOX is ready to start the clock again with a brand new series of the show, called 24: Legacy.

The network has hired Straight Outta Compton actor Corey Hawkins to star as the next Jack Bauer… but he won't actually be Jack Bauer.

Instead, the series is taking on a completely new cast and characters, but it's still going to stick to the same kind of storyline, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

It will revolve around a military hero's return to America, and all the problems that follow him, which then compels him to ask the famous CTU for help.

Will it be better than Jack's reign of power? Will it ruin the show completely? We don't know. But we're excited to give it a try. 



It has been confirmed that not only will Simon Cowell return to his rightful place on the X Factor UK judging panel – but that the X Factor US has been cancelled altogether.

Fox announced it was axing the show because “there is no X Factor US without Simon Cowell but we understand and support his decision to focus on the international formats and on the next phase of his personal life”.

In relation to his personal life there is no doubt that Fox are talking about the impending birth of Simon’s first child with Lauren Silverman, due at the end of this month.

Simon seemed delighted with his decision to move to the UK version of the show saying: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be returning to the X Factor UK. It’s been three years since I last judged the competition so I’m excited to find a global superstar again.”

The biggest question of all remains to be seen – will Cheryl Cole get her seat on the judging panel? We hope so!