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'90210' Alum Trevor Donovan to Star in Amish Drama Love Finds You in Charm (Exclusive)

Trevor Donovan is heading for Amish country. 90210 vet Donovan will star in the upcoming UP TV movie Love Finds You in Charm, a follow-up to this year's Love Finds You in Sugarcreek, which was UP's highest-rated original movie in 2014.   Read More... //

'90210' Alum AnnaLynne McCord Booked for CBS's Stalker

AnnaLynne McCord , prepare for a stalking. 90210 vet AnnaLynne McCord has signed on for a guest-starring role on CBS's upcoming drama Stalker, which stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q as a pair of detectives on the LAPD stalker unit. McCord will appear on the seventh episode of the series, which was created by Kevin Williamson and premieres Oct. 1. She'll play Nina Preston, the star of a hit television series. Nina is famous and with that notoriety comes obsessed fans. The Threat Assessment Unit team will work with Nina as she faces a fan who goes too far, tormenting her and threatening her life.   Read More... //

90210 Alum Joins Final Season of True Blood to Romance Arlene

  Riley Smith is moving from Beverly Hills to Bon Temps. The actor, who recurred as Riley Wallace on the final season of 90210 , has joined the ...   //

'Parenthood' Enlists '90210' Grad to Romance Drew

Lyndon Smith will play Natalie, a college classmate to Miles Heizer's character.            //

90210 Veteran Natalie Morales (Liam's Stalker!) Joins the Cast of Girls Season 3

Girls on HBO may have suffered a major casting loss when Christopher Abbot left the show prior to season 3 production, but it's gaining a fresh face for its next installment. Natalie Morales, who you may recognize from 90210, is joining the cast as a do-gooder who seeks to save the world. A 90210 alum joins the cast of HBO's Girls. TV Line reports that Natalie Morales of 90210, Parks and Rec, and The Newsroom fame, will be stopping by an episode of Girls' upcoming third season. She'll play a considerably nicer character than her 90210 role as Liam's stalker, but something tells us that she'll still manage to rub Hannah... or Marnie.. or maybe Shoshanna the wrong way. Still no official word on when Girls will make its HBO return, but be sure to stick with us at Celebified for more of the latest TV buzz.

'90210' Alum Books Guest Spot on 'Drop Dead Diva' (Exclusive)

Trevor Donovan will play the worst "best man" ever in an upcoming episode of the Lifetime series.        //

'Girls' Gains A '90210' Alumna

Natalie Morales is moving from Beverly Hills to Brooklyn as she joins the cast of HBO's "Girls" for a third season guest spot. The actress, whom you may recognize from her turn as Liam's stalker (and Annie's shooter) on The CW's "90210," will appear in an episode of the series as "a sweet twentysomething who surrounds herself with artists and has a desire to save the world," according to TVLine . Little else is known about her do-gooder character (including whether she will or won't woe one of the "Girls" guys...).   This third season has seen its fair share of entrances and exits already: As you'll recall, Christopher Abbott (who played Marnie's boyfriend, Charlie) left the series as filming began earlier this year. Meanwhile, actors Richard E. Grant and Michael Zegen have signed on in new roles (both equally vague...). A premiere date for "Girls"' third season has yet to be set. What do you think of the newest addition to "Girls"? //

'90210' Sex-Lawsuit Shocker: Crew Member Claims She Was Threatened Into Relationship

If this weren't a lawsuit involving "90210," it certainly would have made a great script for the recently canceled CW drama. In a complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, Jamie Squillare claims that she was pressured for sex by the show's art-department leadman -- and that the show did nothing to stop the alleged harasser's unwanted advances. Read More... //

'90210' Finale: Happy Endings For Almost Everyone

Things wound down on the latest iteration of " 90210 " as the series finale gave almost everyone a happy ending. And it was a big one for Annie and Liam. Read More... //

'90210' series finale: Everything settles in the bombing aftermath of 'We All Fall Down'

Most of the time on a soapy show like "90210," a bomb explosion would lead to break-ups, fear and even death. But this is the show's series finale. After five seasons of heartbreak and drama, the kids were due for some happy endings in "We All Fall Down."And that's what they get.The "90210" finale picks up right where the previous episode left off. Whatever that explosion was that took down the theater, there are injuries and a lot of damage.Everyone quickly descends upon the disaster site in order to do his or her thing. Liam (Matt Lanter), looking for a way to not go to Australia, rushes over. Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) takes a little longer (needing to spin her "wild night with the Prince"), but then she promptly turns the whole thing into a way to benefit herself.And then there's Navid (Michael Steger) -- slightly injured himself, Navid ignores the fireman and runs back into... //