Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
- Original title
Beverly Hills, 90210 (TV Series)
- Running time
- 50 min.
- United States
Darren Star (Creator),
Gilbert M. Shilton,
James Whitmore Jr.,
Bradley M. Gross,
Joel J. Feigenbaum,
Michael Ray Rhodes,
Roy Campanella II,
Darren Star, Steve Wasserman, Larry Mollin, John Eisendrath, Jessica Klein, Charles Rosin, Laurie McCarthy, Karen Rosin, Ken Stringer, John Whelpley, Phil Savath, Meredith Stiehm, Gretchen J. Berg, Aaron Harberts, Richard Gollance, Doug Steinberg, Chip Johannessen, Tyler Bensinger, Elle Triedman, Michael Cassutt, Amy Spies, Lana Freistat Melman, Jonathan Roberts, Matt Dearborn, Jordan Budde, Allison Adler, Star Frohman, Kenneth Biller, Chris Brancato, Christine Elise, Sam Sarkar, Michael Swerdlick, Maria Semple, Jennifer Flackett, Max Eisenberg, Michael Lyons, Kimberley Wells, Rich Cooper, Michael Braverman, Melissa Gould, Scott Fifer, Gary Goldstein
Martin Davich, Gary S. Scott, Jay Gruska, David Lawrence, John E. Davis, Stacy Widelitz, Jim Latham, David Schwartz, Dan Foliart, Ian Prince, Fred Mollin, Jeff Danna
Steve Randolph, Rick F. Gunter, Daniel McKinny, Robert C. New, David Geddes, Jud Kehl
Brian Austin Green,
Broadcasting by Fox; 90210 Productions / Fair Dinkum Productions / Spelling Television / Torand Productions
TV Series. Romance. Drama | Teen/coming-of-age. Schools & University
- Synopsis / Plot
- TV Series (1990-2000). 10 Seasons. 296 Episodes. Teen drama about 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.
: Golden Globes: Nominated Best Actor in a TV-Series - Drama (Jason Priestley)
: Golden Globes: Nominated Best TV-Series - Drama and Actor (Jason Priestley)
: Golden Globes: Nominated Best TV-Series - Drama
- Critics' reviews
"Though its premiere does include a teenage champagne-fueled romp in a hot tub, a near loss of virginity, and much conversation about sex, it treats the subject with uncommon sensitivity and understanding."
"'Beverly Hills, 90210' looks like yet another tired breath of smoggy, sunny California air...But beyond its stock characters (...) there's a sweet sister-brother bond here."
Matt Roush: TV Guide
"A ZIP code for stereotypes and stock characters, 'Beverly Hills, 92010' is nothing if not predictable, with the twins each facing moral choices and ultimately doing the right thing, presumably because they're from Minneapolis."
Los Angeles Times
"It's apparently part of a new experiment in comatose television -- a show where things almost happen but never quite do. You keep checking your pulse to make sure you haven't died."
Tom Shales: The Washington Post
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