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Posted Thursday 12/20/18 at 8:28PM EST
Beverly Hills, 90210's original stars are shopping a reboot
Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green were spotted having coffee today in photos obtained by TMZ. "Our sources say the 90210 alums and a couple writers and producers met with execs at Netflix, Amazon and Hulu to pitch the idea of bringing the 'Bev Hills' drama back to TV ... almost 30 years after it all began," says TMZ, adding: "No word if other series stars Luke Perry or Shannen Doherty are involved in the project, but with the massive successes of other '90s reboots lately ... they might want to call their agents." Spelling first let slip that a reboot was in the works in an Instagram post in March. Deadline's Nellie Andreeva further reports: "I hear the scripted project, from CBS TV Studios, features the actors reprising their characters two decades later but is not a traditional reboot. I hear the new Beverly Hills, 90210 comes from writers/executive producers Mike Chessler and Chris Alberghini, who worked on the CW’s 90210 reboot and on Spelling’s series So Notorious, as well as CBS TV Studios-based Ghen Maynard who has a relationship with Spelling and Garth and executive produces the new series."
Posted Wednesday 12/12/18 at 1:45PM EST
Ian Ziering boards Swamp Thing as Blue Devil
The Sharknado alum is joining the DC Universe series as "stuntman turned movie star Daniel Cassidy, who became semi-famous after playing the demonic Blue Devil. But now, eight years later, Cassidy finds himself living out his days in frustration, pining for his former fame while on a collision course with destiny."
Posted Monday 8/13/18 at 9:39PM EDT
Ian Ziering to host and produce a festival travel adventure series
The Sharknado star is poised to travel the United States and the world exploring the most outrageous festivals on Festival Crusader with Ian Ziering, which is currently being shopped to networks and streaming services.
Posted Wednesday 3/28/18 at 9:54PM EDT
Syfy to end the Sharknado movie franchise this summer
Sharknado 6, which has yet to get an official title, will mark the end of the franchise that first became a Twitter sensation in summer 2013, according to TV Line. Ratings have steadily declined over the past few years, with 1.89 million watching last year's edition, about half of its Sharknado 2 high. Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo and Vivica A. Fox will all return for the final movie. Director Anthony C. Ferrante will also be back after helming the first five films. Sharknado 6 will follow the ending of Sharknado 5: Global Swarming, which had Ziering's Finn travel back in time to stop the Sharknado that started it all.