Season 8 of American television series Beverly Hills, 90210 aired on FOX.


This season follows the gang after college and into adulthood as they deal with numerous issues that adults face in their personnel and professional lives such as terrible working conditions, rape allegations, relationships, infidelity, sexual harassment, shootings, amnesia, parenthood, drug abuse, prostitution, homosexual rights and crime. School is over and friends of Beverly Hills 90210 are discovering that life after graduation is not as easy as they thought! Come along with Brandon, Kelly, Donna, David, Steve, Val, and two newcomers Noah and Carly as they explore love and life outside of college in all 30 titillating episodes of Season 8. Experience Kelly's recovery from a drive-by shooting, Brandon and Kelly's wedding plans, and Donna's drug overdose. It doesn't take long for the gang to discover that the real world can be just as unpredictable as college.


Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh
Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Hilary Swank as Carly Reynolds (episode 1-17)
Vincent Young as Noah Hunter (episode 2-32)

Special Guest Stars

Gabrielle Carteris as Andrea Zuckerman
Carol Potter as Cindy Walsh
James Eckhouse as Jim Walsh
Jamie Blake as Herself
Maroon 5 as Themselves (as Kara's Flowers)
Brian McKnight as Himself

Recurring cast

Lindsay Price as Janet Sosna
Myles Jeffrey as Zach Reynolds
Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
Michael Durrell as Dr. John Martin
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin
Fatima Lowe as Terri Spar
Christopher Orr as Cooper Hargrove
Angel Boris Reed as Emma Bennett
Michael Reilly Burkeas Jeff Stockmann
Sarah Aldrich  as Gwyneth Adair
Brandi Andres  as Sarah Edmunds

Guest starring

Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
Mercedes Kastner as Erin Silver
Johna Stewart-Bowden as Erica Steele
Jed Allan as Rush Sanders
Julie Parrish  as Joan Diamond
June Lockhart as Celia Martin
Jill Novick as Tracy Gaylian
Phil Buckman as Devin Taggart
Neil Roberts  as Jacob Wallenfels
Robert Torti as Everett Sands
Vincent Irizarry as Riggs
Michael Trucco as Josh Hunter
Niesha Trout as Julie
Jessica Collins as Jody Carlisle
George DelHoyo as Dr. Gary Monahan
Rebecca Balding as Jill Abernathy
John Prosky as Duke Weatherill
Michelle Phillips as Abby Malone
David Glen Eisley  as Woody Sloan
John Reilly  as Bill Taylor
Ryan Brown  as Morton Muntz
Hillary Matthews as Michelle Ashley
Dean Cochran  as Ross Webber
Stephanie Dicker  as Rhonda 'Gomer' Mogley
Wendi Kenya  as April Most
Ben Lemon  as Kyle Vosler
Robert Curtis Brown as Robert Gwinnet
Paul Popowich  as Jasper McQuade
Robert Pine Robert Pine as Harold Kay
Yorgo Constantine as Frank Saunders
Andrea Baker as Julie Muntz
Nicole Forester as Jill Reiter
Jessica Alba as Leanne
Wendy Schenker as Leanne's Mother
Nancy Moonves as Pam Ahern
Kimberly Bailey as Assistant D.A. Debra Mills
Lynne Moody as Vanessa Markley
Juan Fernández as Fernando Caldero
Brian Van Holt as Eric Anderson
Pat Crowley as Audrey Cutler
Esteban Powell as Ben Wester
Jennifer Savidge as Mrs. Wester
Christopher Curry as Jerry Wester
Robert Curtis Brown  as Robert Gwinnet
Marina Palmieras Jeannie
Jane A. Rogers as Jane Schultze
Jacqueline Collen as Charlotte Campbell
Carolyn Ann Clark as Nina Monahan
Tamara Clatterbuck as Lucy
Dean Tarrolly as Drew Zaleski
Lucy Vargas as Eluvia
Roxana Brusso as Alana


Season 8 (BH)/Gallery


# Title Airdate Notes
208 - 8.01 "Aloha Beverly Hills: Part 1" September 10, 1997 This is Carly Reynolds's first episode.
209 - 8.02 "Aloha Beverly Hills: Part 2" September 10, 1997 This is Noah Hunter's first episode.
210 - 8.03 "Forgive and Forget" September 17, 1997
211 - 8.04 "The Way We Weren't" September 24, 1997
212 - 8.05 "Coming Home" October 1, 1997
213 - 8.06 "The Right Thing" October 15, 1997
214 - 8.07 "Pride and Prejudice" October 22, 1997
215 - 8.08 "Toil and Trouble" October 8, 1997
216 - 8.09 "Friends, Lovers and Children" November 5, 1997
217 - 8.10 "Child of the Night" November 12, 1997
218 - 8.11 "Deadline" November 19, 1997
219 - 8.12 "Friends in Deed" December 3, 1997
220 - 8.13 "Comic Relief" December 10, 1997
221 - 8.14 "Santa Knows" December 17, 1997 This is Terri Spar's last episode
222 - 8.15 "Ready or Not" January 7, 1998 This is Janet Sosna's first episode.
223 - 8.16 "Illegal Tender" January 14, 1998
224 - 8.17 "The Elephant's Father" January 21, 1998 This is Carly Reynolds's last episode.
225 - 8.18 "Rebound" January 28, 1998
226 - 8.19 "Crimes and Misdemeanors" February 4, 1998
227 - 8.20 "Cupid's Arrow" February 11, 1998
228 - 8.21 "The Girl Who Cried Wolf" February 25, 1998
229 - 8.22 "Law and Disorder" March 4, 1998
230 - 8.23 "Making Amends" March 11, 1998
231 - 8.24 "The Nature of Nurture" March 18, 1998
232 - 8.25 "Aunt Bea's Pickles" 25 March 1998
233 - 8.26 "All That Glitters" April 1, 1998
234 - 8.27 "Reunion" April 15, 1998
235 - 8.28 "Skin Deep" April 22, 1998
236 - 8.29 "Ricochet" May 6, 1998
237 - 8.30 "The Fundamental Things Apply" May 13, 1998
238 - 8.31 "The Wedding: Part 1" May 20, 1998
239 - 8.32 "The Wedding: Part 2" May 20, 1998

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