Tuesday, September 8, 2009

PREVIEW: Tonight's 90210 Season Premiere

"To New Beginnings!" 90210's Season 2 Premiere - The group of friends from West Beverly were forced to attend summer school after Annie (Shenae Grimes) called the police on Naomi’s (AnnaLynne McCord) after-prom party. Naomi, Silver (Jessica Stroup) and Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) have formed a close friendship over the summer, while Annie has isolated herself from her friends and family, worried about her hit-and-run accident on prom night.

For the remainder of the summer, everyone hangs out at the Beverly Hills Beach Club, where Naomi and Silver meet Teddy (guest star Trevor Donovan, DAYS OF OUR LIVES), a pro-tennis player and the son of a famous movie star. Adrianna is surprised to see her childhood boyfriend and Navid (Michael Steger) organizes a romantic evening with Adrianna, with hopes of finally losing his virginity. Dixon (Tristan Wilds) and Silver try to make their relationship work but a text message may force Dixon to ends things once and for all.

Rob Estes, Lori Loughlin and Ryan Eggold also star. Stuart Gillard directed the episode written by executive producer Rebecca Sinclair.


  1. 90210 Exclusive: Check out the new opening credits!


  2. Great minds, Marc. I just posted it. I'm not sure I like it. I liked last season's as it paid homage to the original series. Maybe it will grow on me.

  3. On podcast #10, you guys touched upon promos. As Damon knows, I'm big on promos and I'm also big on opening credits. One of my pet peeves when it comes to opening credits is not having the characters in the opening credits. I like to see the characters. So I'm not happy that 90210 did away with that. As for the music, we'll see. Maybe it will grow on me. That's why I'm not a fan of the opening credits of DAYS and ATWT; no characters.

    I wonder what the opening credits will be for Melrose Place. I hate it when shows just flash the title of the show on the screen and call that opening credits. What a cop out. It has a lot to live up to. I loved the opening credits of the original MP. Catchy tune and of course, we got to see the characters!