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March 04, 2013  | by: Jennifer Chien
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For any TV show junkie, some of the worst news you can encounter is the cancellation of your favorite TV show, especially if you didn’t see it coming. Last Thursday, the CW network announced that it is pulling the plug on  90210, only after five seasons.

With no floating hints that the original Beverly Hills: 90210 remake was even in talks of cancellation, Matt Lanter’s (Liam Court) tweet had definitely sent a million thoughts into my head.

Twitter (@MattLanter)

 

What? What does that mean? 90210 can’t be cancelled… and no way can they write off Matt Lanter, the best looking guy on the show..

Personally, I am very disappointed about the cancellation because even though it has been around for a while, it lasted longer than any other attempts to remake 90′s show, such as Melrose Place. When the show first came out, I certainly had doubts that it would live up to it’s original inspiration, however, now looking back to season 1, I realized that this show did a great job on every character’s development, which is something I find quite rare in television shows that don’t involve any supernatural elements.

The show certainly  found a great balance between drama, humor, fiction, and beautiful people. 90210 doesn’t even give off the sense of a drag, something many had felt with Gossip Girl‘s latest seasons, and currently with How I Met Your Mother.

The finale is set for 9 p.m. Monday, May 13, so fortunately, there are seven more episodes left to air, which means seven more episodes for Liam and Annie to get back together, for Silver to be the mother of a child (and hopefully find a special someone), for Adrianna to get her life together for reals, for Dixon to be successful, and for Naomi to meet her new boyfriend (Robbie Jones is suppose to fulfill that role).

What do you hope to see before the series finale?

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