Season 10 (BH)

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Season 10 of American teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210 aired on Fox television network.


This is the final season of the series. It follows the gang into adulthood as they deal with numerous issues that adults face in their personnel and professional lives such as murder, pregnancy, commitment, homophobia, infidelity, parenthood, kidnappings, grief, alcoholism, marriage and their growing careers. "Some things never change," states bad boy Dylan ("Special Guest Star" Luke Perry) near the end of the series finale. And we wouldn't have it any other way. After a tumultuous decade, the buff and beautiful characters of Beverly Hills 90210 may be dealing with more "adult stuff," but their lives are still buffeted by infidelities, betrayals, make-ups, and breakups. It is, though, nice to see that after 10 years a little self-awareness finally starts to dawn.

"Doesn't it seem," Kelly (Jennie Garth) asks Steve (Ian Ziering), "like we've been living in a Stephen King novel when you're afraid to turn the page because you're afraid something horrible is going to happen to somebody in the group?" Steve responds without a trace of irony (one of this ever-earnest series' endearing graces), "Maybe there's someone out there who's been devising this unbelievably horrific plan for us to go through." Whoever was doing all that devising was working overtime this final season: Dylan goes back to college, David becomes something of a shock jock, Christina Aguilera performs at the Peach Pit After Dark, Steve wrestles with commitment issues before proposing to a pregnant Janet (Lindsay Price), drug dealers kidnap Noah (Vincent Young), Kelly is engaged to Matt (Daniel Cosgrove) but still loves Dylan, Janet struggles with being a working mother, and Dylan discovers his father is still alive. And won't David and Donna ever get together?


Over the past nine seasons, viewers have watched the characters of Beverly Hills, 90210 grow from high school students to college graduates on their own for the first time. While their lives have begun to take different paths and new people have entered their worlds, they have always maintained their strong bonds with one another. This season promises to be an unforgettable year of weddings, children and career decisions for a group of friends who continue to retain the relationships that sustained them as they grew from teenagers into young adults.


Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Vincent Young as Noah Hunter
Lindsay Price as Janet Sosna
Daniel Cosgrove as Matt Durning
Vanessa Marcil as Gina Kincaid (episodes 1-17)
Luke Perry as Dylan McKay

Special Guest Stars

Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh (Ode to Joy – video message)
Gabrielle Carteris as Andrea Zuckerman (Ode to Joy)
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone (Ode to Joy)

Recurring cast

Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin
Michael Durrell as John Martin
Josie Davis as Camille Desmond
Sydney Penny as Josie Oliver
Jesse Hoffman as Shane Oliver

Guest Starring

Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
Mercedes Kastner as Erin Silver
Josh Taylor as Jack McKay
Jed Allan as Rush Sanders
Randy Spelling as Ryan Sanders
Valerie Wildman as Christine Pettit
Melissa R. Martin as Lucy Wilson
Jill Bennett as Darby Shahan
Walker Brandt as Juliane Durning
Freeman Michaels as Patrick Durning
Brittney Powell  as Robyn
Leslie Ishii as Michelle Sosna
James Shigeta as Ben Sosna
Lisa Thornhill as Karen Lewis
Cliff Dorfman as Joe Patch
Shawn Christian as Wayne Moses
Josie DiVincenzo as Pia Swenson
Nancy Moonves as Dr. Long
Janet Carroll as Patsy Regan
Zach Bostrom as Henry Regan
PaSean Wilson as Judy Spencer
Robert Caso as Rick Miller
Scotch Ellis Loring as Paul Spencer
Ryan Seacrest as Host
Christina Aguilera as Herself
Beth Hart as Herself


The final season was aired on Wednesday nights at 9/8c in the United States averaging 8.33 million viewers a week. The season was released to DVD under the title of Beverly Hills, 90210: The Final Season by Paramount. Initial plans of an 11th Season were to be developed, but due to low ratings and high associated costs with production the show ended at its tenth season.


# Title Airdate Notes
266 - 10.01 "The Phantom Menace" September 8, 1999
267 - 10.02 "Let's Eat Cake" September 15, 1999
268 - 10.03 "You Better Work" September 22, 1999
269 - 10.04 "A Fine Mess" September 29, 1999
270 - 10.05 "The Loo-Ouch" October 20, 1999
271 - 10.06 "80s Night" October 27, 1999
272 - 10.07 "Laying Pipe" November 3, 1999
273 - 10.08 "Baby, You Can Drive My Car" November 10, 1999
274 - 10.09 "Family Tree" November 17, 1999
275 - 10.10 "What's in a Name" November 17, 1999
276 - 10.11 "Sibling Revelry" December 15, 1999
277 - 10.12 "Nine Yolks Whipped Lightly" December 22, 1999
278 - 10.13 "Tainted Love" January 12, 2000
279 - 10.14 "I'm Using You 'Cause I Like You" January 19, 2000
280 - 10.15 "Fertile Ground" January 26, 2000
281 - 10.16 "The Final Proof" February 9, 2000
282 - 10.17 "Doc Martin" February 16, 2000 This is Gina's last episode
283 - 10.18 "Eddie Waitkus" March 1, 2000
284 - 10.19 "I Will Be Your Father Figure" March 8, 2000
285 - 10.20 "Ever Heard the One About the Exploding Father?" March 15, 2000
286 - 10.21 "Spring Fever" March 22, 2000
287 - 10.22 "The Easter Bunny" April 5, 2000
288 - 10.23 "And Don't Forget to Give Me Back My Black T-Shirt" April 19, 2000
289 - 10.24 "Love is Blind" April 26, 2000
290 - 10.25 "I'm Happy for You...Really" May 10, 2000
291 - 10.26 "The Penultimate" May 17, 2000
292 - 10.27 "Ode to Joy" May 17, 2000

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