Ten seasons from 1990 to 2000, the ups and downs of the Clique inspires us and influenced mainly the youth of that time: Dylan (Luke Perry), Brandon (Jason Priestely), Kelly (Jennie Garth), Donna (Tori spelling), David (Brian Austin Green) and Steve (Ian Ziering) form the hard core of friends who know each other since high school times. After Shannen Doherty gave the role of Brenda Walsh, Valerie came (Tiffany amber Thiessen). Changing partners of the female and male protagonists, as the singer of Jamie Walters as Donna’s friend Ray Pruit, were always for fresh ideas and new potential for conflict but in the end those usually find each other, which were together as a teenager. In the current season 8 is Hilary Swank (“million dollar baby”) as Carly on board and enchanted as Steve’s new sweetheart. Producer of the successful series is Aaron Spelling, who rewarded his daughter not only with a roller, but donated also a new nose and breasts.
After the exit, actor Jason Priestley of the series as an executive producer remained faithful, together with Jennie Garth, he directed several episodes. Towards the end, Brian Austin Green was also producer. Luke Perry wanted to pursue his movie career and left season 6 for beginning his career springboard. Unfortunately the hoped-for success was coming, what he as a “special guest star” in season 9 to the series returned. On 6 September, the 8th season of “Beverly Hills, 90210” appears, in Brandon and Kelly in the common life at the limits of their relationship home entertainment push, at Paramount Pictures on DVD.