Lifetime to Give 'Beverly Hills, 90210' the Unauthorized TV Movie Treatment

The Fox teen series will follow Saved by the Bell and Full House onto Lifetime

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If Saved by the Bell got one and Full House is getting one, then it follows that fellow ’90s TV series Beverly Hills, 90210 would get one, too.

Soon, Lifetime will be titillating viewers with all the juicy, behind-the-scenes drama that played out on the set of the Aaron Spelling-produced Fox teen drama, which first starting airing in October 1990 – nearly 25 years ago – According to The Wrap reports.

The original series made stars of Jason Priestley and Shannen Doherty, who played new-to-town siblings Brandon and Brenda Walsh, as well as Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Luke Perry, Tori Spelling and more.

‘Unauthorized’ Lifetime Movie in the Works for Beverly Hills 90201

According to The Wrap, The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90120 Story will be executive produced by Peter M. Green and Howard Braunstein and directed by Vanessa Parise, based on a script by Jeff Roda.

The TV movie does not yet have a projected air date.

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