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90210 - Episode Information and Ratings (Numbers are from Nielsen Media Research)

Live+7 Total Viewers = Live Viewers + DVR playback up to 7 days later (Live + 7)

Live+SD Total Viewers = Live Viewers + Same Day DVR playback (Live + Same Day)

Live Total Viewers = Live Viewers

18-49 = Live + SD Numbers

Season 3

Timeslot: Monday at 8pm

Episode 3.1: "Senior Year, Baby"

Air Date: September 13, 2010

Written By: Jennie Snyder Urman

Directed By: Stuart Gillard

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.55 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.96 million

18-49: 0.9/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.2: "Age of Inheritance"

Air Date: September 20, 2010

Written By: Padma L. Atluri

Directed By: Liz Friedlander

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.38 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.83 million

18-49: 0.9/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.3

Episode 3.3: "2021 Vision"

Air Date: September 27, 2010

Written By: Tod Himmel

Directed By: Millicent Shelton

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.39 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.96 million

18-49: 1.0/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.3

Episode 3.4: "The Bachelors"

Air Date: October 4, 2010

Written By: David S. Rosenthal

Directed By: David Warren

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.31 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.79 million

18-49: 0.9/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.3

Episode 3.5: "Catch Me If You Cannon"

Air Date: October 11, 2010

Written By: Terrence Coli

Directed By: James L. Conway

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.25 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.81 million

18-49: 0.9/2

18-49 Live+7:1.2

Episode 3.6: "How Much Is That Liam In The Window"

Air Date: October 25, 2010

Written By: David S. Rosenthal & Jennie Snyder Urman

Directed By: Stuart Gillard

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.50 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 2.03 million

18-49: 1.0/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.3

Episode 3.7: "I See London, I See France..."

Air Date: November 1, 2010

Written By: Scott Weinger

Directed By: Krishna Rao

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.52 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 2.0 million

18-49: 1.0/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.3

Episode 3.8: "Mother Dearest"

Air Date: November 8, 2010

Written By: Paul Sciarrotta

Directed By: Oz Scott

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.42 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.89 million

18-49: 0.9/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.9: "They're Playing Her Song"

Air Date: November 15, 2010

Written By: Jennie Snyder Urman & Jenna Lamia

Directed By: Rob Hardy

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.23 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.76 million

18-49: 0.9/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.10: "Best Lei'd Plans"

Air Date: November 29, 2010

Written By: David S. Rosenthal & Deborah Schoeneman

Directed By: David Warren

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.58 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 2.01 million

18-49: 1.0/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.4

Episode 3.11: "Holiday Madness"

Air Date: December 6, 2010

Written By: Rebecca Sinclair

Directed By: Dennis Smith

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.69 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 2.18 million

18-49: 1.1/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.4

Episode 3.12: "Liars"

Air Date: January 24, 2011

Written By: Tod Himmel

Directed By: Stuart Gillard

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.15 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.69 million

18-49: 0.9/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.13: "It's Getting Hot in Here"

Air Date: January 31, 2011

Written By: David S. Rosenthal

Directed By: Liz Friedlander

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.21 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.67 million

18-49: 0.8/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.14: "All About a Boy"

Air Date: February 7, 2011

Written By: Paul Sciarrotta

Directed By: Harry Sinclair

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.25 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.75 million

18-49: 0.9/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.15: "Revenge With The Nerd"

Air Date: February 14, 2011

Written By: Terrence Coli

Directed By: Millicent Shelton

Live+7 Total Viewers: 1.93 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.37 million

18-49: 0.7/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.16: "It's High Time"

Air Date: February 21, 2011

Written By: Padma L. Atluri

Directed By: Krishna Rao

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.06 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.52 million

18-49: 0.7/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.17: "Blue Naomi"

Air Date: February 28, 2011

Written By: David S. Rosenthal

Directed By: Elizabeth Allen

Live+7 Total Viewers: 1.99 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.45 million

18-49: 0.7/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.0

Episode 3.18: "The Enchanted Donkey"

Air Date: April 18, 2011

Teleplay By: Rebecca Sinclair & Paul Sciarrotta

Story By: Rebecca Sinclair

Directed By: David Paymer

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.16 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.72 million

18-49: 0.8/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.19: "Nerdy Little Secrets"

Air Date: April 25, 2011

Written By: David Rosenberg

Directed By: Harry Sinclair

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.25 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.74 million

18-49: 0.9/3

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Episode 3.20: "Women on the Verge"

Air Date: May 2, 2011

Written By: Scott Weinger & Jenna Lamia

Directed By: Stuart Gillard

Live+7 Total Viewers: 1.99 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.47 million

18-49: 0.8/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.21: "The Prom Before the Storm"

Air Date: May 9, 2011

Written By: David S. Rosenthal & Terrence Coli

Directed By: Mike Listo

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.06 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.43 million

18-49: 0.7/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.1

Episode 3.22: "To the Future!"

Air Date: May 16, 2011

Written By: Rebecca Sinclair & Paul Sciarrotta

Directed By: Rebecca Sinclair

Live+7 Total Viewers: 2.21 million

Live+SD Total Viewers: 1.64 million

18-49: 0.8/2

18-49 Live+7: 1.2

Season 1, 2 - ratings and information

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The most popular ZIP code on television is coming back.

The CW is developing a contemporary spinoff of Aaron Spelling's seminal 1990s teen soap "Beverly Hills, 90210."

"Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas is in talks to pen the project, which has been put on the fast track by the network.

Details about the spinoff -- including which if any of the characters on the original series will make the transition to the new show -- remain sketchy. CW is expected to make a decision whether to order a pilot by the end of the month.

The spinoff is being produced by CBS Paramount Network TV, which absorbed original series producer Spelling TV two years ago.

Sources said "90210" creator Darren Star is not involved.

CAA, which packaged the original "90210," is said to have been the mastermind behind the idea of spinning off the hit series. The spinoff would bring Thomas back to CW, where his acclaimed series "Veronica Mars" ended its three-year run last spring.

A year ago, Endeavor-repped Thomas developed a spinoff of sorts from "Veronica" -- an alternative fourth season that would have found the title character studying at the FBI Academy. Despite a warm reception for his trailer at CW, the network ultimately canceled "Veronica," but CW chief Dawn Ostroff said at the time that she was looking to do another project with Thomas.

This would be the second spinoff from "90210," which aired on Fox from 1990-2000. The Star-created "Melrose Place" had a successful seven-year run on Fox. It didn't feature any major characters from "90210."

A teen soap about privileged youths living in Beverly Hills would be a perfect companion to CW's [NAME NOT ALLOWED] freshman drama "Gossip Girl," which revolves around rich teens living in Manhattan.

Spinoffs are hot this development season. Fox is developing two: "Cleveland," centered on the Cleveland Brown character from the hit animated comedy "Family Guy," and a "Prison Break" offshoot set at a female prison.

Last year, ABC spun off its medical juggernaut "Grey's Anatomy" into "Private Practice."

The CW also has a spinoff on its schedule, the "Girlfriends" offshoot "The Game."

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Sweet! I'm all for another teen soap....and the best news.....Rob Thomas is involved!! YAY!!!

This spinoff plus Gossip Girl back-to-back would be awesome. :)

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^agree.

The WB thrived under teen drama of Dawsons Creek, Buffy, and Felicity... Why The CW seemed to not go full on with teen drama was beyond me. Gossip Girl is the only one they even really pushed, IMHO.

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I think one character should be Erin, David and Kelly's little sister. She should be a teen by now. Jenny Garth can reprise her role. I can see that happening

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I think one character should be Erin, David and Kelly's little sister. She should be a teen by now. Jenny Garth can reprise her role. I can see that happening

That's not a bad idea. I would love to have Jenny :wub: back on my tv screen.

It'll be like what Degrassi did by incluiding Spike's daughter, Emma, for Degrassi: The Next Generation. And they brought back Spike, Snake and Joey too in supporting roles.

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This is great news. I agree with the sentiment that the CW needs to up its teen drama numbers. Speaking of which...ahem...interestingly...this year marks the 10th anniversary of "Dawson's Creek," and it also marks the year that is featured in the series finale (five years after 2003). A movie that continues from the finale would be awesome. Of course, Joey probably would be nowhere to be seen.

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OMG! A spin off with Brenda would be amazing!!!! But Shannon Doherty would only last like three seasons then have a fight with someone and be gone.

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I'd rather just have Veronica Mars back. Life just isn't the same without Veronica and Wallace...and Keith...and of course my boy Logan.

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The CW is a dying network that is going to seize to exist if it doesn't come up with new, innovative and original ideas. The reason the WB thrived in the late 90's was because it was able to cater to younger viewers and were able to ensnare viewers with interesting material that was pertenant to their lives. The storylines were compelling and relevant and were done with pieces of poignancy and intelligence.

But I think it's becoming increasingly apparent that this show has no heirs to the greatness that was once Buffy, Felicity and Dawsons Creek that still resonate with the audience today. All of the shows on the CW now are garbage and throw away. Even some of the better series such as One Tree Hill are virtual knock offs of Dawsons Creek and are no where near as good as DC.

The WB right now are trying to cater to a lost audience that has probably moved on and fractured to other networks such as ABC, CBS or NBC for television entertainment. I think the sad fact is writers today can't seem to write good teenage dramas and the ratings reflect that. Which is why the CW is always struggling just to hit a three million audience nightly.

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OMG! A spin off with Brenda would be amazing!!!! But Shannon Doherty would only last like three seasons then have a fight with someone and be gone.

hahahahaha thats what i was thinking.

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