90210: Cast of Cancelled CW Series Says Goodbye

90210 canceledOver the weekend, castmembers of The CW’s 90210 attended their final wrap party. The network recently cancelled the show after five seasons on the air. Because of the timing, it doesn’t sound like fans will get a true series finale.

According to accounts of the party, each of the actors took turns making a farewell speech from the DJ booth about his/her time on the show. There was reportedly plenty of vodka and cupcakes available, along with a giant chocolate cake that read “Thank you for 5 wonderful seasons.”

Here’s what some of the actors had to say about the cancellation, via Twitter:

AnnaLynne McCord: “Hi Every1! Thk u 4 all of the spprt 4 so long I’m srry u aren’t gtting the proper send off u deserve, but plz kno how much ur luv means 2me!”

Shenae Grimes: “Have finally digested the news of my exit from the infamous zip code I’ve called home for so long…sad, scary and exciting, many new…” “Adventures to come…Thanks for being a part of this crazy ride. I love you all and am endlessly appreciative of your support. Stay tuned! X”

Jessica Stroup “Oh Silver, our time has come to an end but you are a part of me forever. Thanks to the fans who have been along for the ride, all my love. X”

Matt Lanter: “The last 5 years has been a ride unimaginable. I’m so blessed, honored & humbled to have been a part of it. #90210Forever” “Thank you to the awesome fans, my amazing brothers and sisters on the cast, the CW and CBS.”

Trevor Donovan: “Very grateful I had the opportunity to play a meaningful character,… who just happened to be gay.. ..xo #ThanksForTheMemories”

Tristan Wilds: “What a day…”

And Beverly Hills, 90210 castmember Jason Priestley wrote, “#9O21O Lasted half as long as the original… Not bad guys…”
Though Priestley never acted on the series, he did direct one episode in 2009.

What do you think? Are you sorry that the show’s been cancelled? Were you hoping for a real series finale?

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  1. Maria says

    It saddens me that this show was cancelled, because it was a way for the show to help teens dealing with issues that they may have going on in school, life etc. The different episodes for example dealing with sex,drugs,school,relationships may help someone that doesn’t have a parent or friend to talk to. I watched both shows, and I feel they were great at getting a point across. It’s a show they can redo over and over with each generation and be successful.

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