It's the zip code that defined an era and the groundbreaking teen soap that proved that mo money definitely meant mo problems. Arguably synonymous with '90s television, Aaron Spelling's "Beverly Hills, 90210" lasted ten seasons and featured high school (and college) drama, sex, drugs, love triangles galore and one very famous virgin. The 2008 CW remake and the irreverent but short-lived meta reboot that followed may not have been as memorable or impactful, but none of that takes away from the original series' legacy and the warm nostalgic feelings it evokes.
This long-running drama dealt with the experiences of a group of young people in Beverly Hills, CA as they navigated high school, college and ultimately the real world. The series focused on their travails as they tried to maintain their friendship while dealing with romances, family and personal crises, tragedies and countless drug addictions.
A Kansas family relocates to Beverly Hills, where their two children adapt to the infamous social drama of West Beverly Hills High.
Playing an exaggerated and irreverent version of themselves, the heroes of the cult series Beverly Hills are trying to convince the chain to produce a rebirth. The backstage of the project is much sharper than the series itself. What will happen when the first loves, friendships and old rivalries undermine the cohesion of the group? Attempts to revive an adventure that ended 19 years earlier will materialize for those actors who have grown up in the eyes of viewers around the world.