Jennie Garth Says 'BH90210' Is 'Not Dead'


There has been a lot of confusion over the future for the reboot "BH90210."

Is "BH90210" season 2 coming to our screens? According to Jennie Garth, we might not be done with the series just yet.

In an exclusive interview with US Weekly, the actress discussed the show's cancellation, which was announced by FOX on November 7.

“I was very, very proud of the work we did in the first season. That was our baby,” Garth said. She expressed how the announcement was "confusing" for fans.

“The show is very meta, so it’s good. The confusion is fine. Everybody’s like, ‘What is happening?’ We don’t even know. Nobody knows, but we are working it out,” Garner said.

“It was a very unique, creative vision and it was very specific, and it was hard to convey that to everyone, to get them on board to do it, from every aspect in the studio, the network, the cast, the producers, everyone,” Garth said. “So [the fact] that we were able to pull off that feat and bring that show to people and have people really kind of get it and maybe they didn’t love it because they wanted the old reboot and that’s fine. The show is, sort of, headed in a direction of giving everybody the best of both worlds,” she continued.

On Twitter, Garth responded to the news of the cancellation of the show.

In the tweet she wrote, "Summers highest rated show gets more meta by the minute #bh90210 practically writes itself! Thank you for the 2nd season material. You never know what’s really going on behind the scenes! Stay tuned..."

The reboot brought the original stars -- Brian Austin Green, Gabrielle Carteris, Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Ian Ziering and Shannen Doherty -- together for a comedy in which they played versions of themselves.

Back in August, Jennie Garth disclosed how working on the show in the weeks after Perry’s untimely death in March helped them all deal with the tremendous loss. “The timing was something that seemed horrific," the 47-year-old told "Today," "but in a weird sort of way, it was a way for us to all be together during (an) incomprehensible painful time. I think that was really good for all of us, actually.”

"Beverly Hills 90210" ran on FOX from 1990 to 2000. The reboot was only six episodes.

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