Tori Spelling: Dean's 'Skin Crawls' When He Thinks About Having More Kids
All done! Tori Spelling admitted that her husband, Dean McDermott, does not want to have any more kids. Tori Spelling's Family Album “Literally, his skin crawls when people ask that,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 46, said on a Monday, June 17, episode of her husband’s “Daddy Issues” podcast with Adam Hunter and Nicky Paris. “It’s a lot.” The actress went on to say that she “might have a few good eggs left.” And as for breast-feeding, she’s “got a few drops left.” She and the chef, 52, share Liam, 12, Stella, 11, Hattie, 7, Finn, 6, and Beau, 2 — but they didn’t plan on having such a big brood.
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Fox released the first footage from the "Beverly Hills, 90210" meta revival on Thursday, showing the gang return to the Peach Pit and Tori Spelling and Brian Austin Green return to making out.
Along with Spelling (Donna Martin) and Green (David Silver) locking lips, the brief teaser for "BH90210" shows glimpses of original cast members Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh), Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh), Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor), Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders) and Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea Zuckerman).
The six-episode series centers on the original cast playing fictionalized versions of themselves — "with a healthy dose of irreverence" — as they try to get a revival of their old show off the ground.
Tori Spelling denies rumors of a '90210' feud with Shannen Doherty: 'She was one of my best friends'
Ahead of this summer's "90210" reboot, Tori Spelling wants to set the record straight: there's no tension between her and co-star Shannen Doherty.
The original "Beverly Hills, 90210," created by Darren Star and produced by Tori Spelling's father, Aaron Spelling, ran for 10 seasons on Fox between 1990 and 2000. It starred Tori Spelling, Doherty, Priestley, Green, Garth, Ziering, Carteris and Luke Perry (who died in March) as Dylan McKay. "90210" led to multiple spinoffs, most notably "Melrose Place."
Paul Sciarrotta and "BH90210" co-creators Chris Alberghini and Mike Chessler are co-showrunners on the series.
"BH90210" series is based on a concept by Alberghini, Chessler, Spelling and Garth. Cast members Carteris, Doherty, Green, Priestley and Ziering will also serve as executive producers. It is produced by CBS Television Studios.
Watch the video above.
"BH90210" premieres Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 9/8 on Fox.
Former FBI most wanted fugitive pleads in MS-13 gang case
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — An MS-13 gang member who once was on the FBI's top 10 list of most wanted fugitives has admitted killing a man on behalf of the gang and agreeing that a conspirator would commit multiple violent acts. Walter Yovany Gomez pleaded guilty Monday to racketeering conspiracy. Federal prosecutors will recommend that he receive a 25-year prison term when he's sentenced July 31. A 2013 indictment charged Gomez and another man with the fatal beating and stabbing of a fellow gang member suspected of associating with a rival gang in Plainfield.
Related slideshow: 21 TV Reboots That Should Have Been Booted, From ‘The Twilight Zone’ to ‘Charmed’
From "The Twilight Zone" to "Charmed," TheWrap is taking a look at reboots of classic TV shows that should've gotten the boot from the start.
"The Twilight Zone"
No reboot of this classic sci-fi series has ever managed to live up to Rod Serling's groundbreaking original series, which ran from 1959 to 1964. The first revival, which debuted in 1984, fell flat of its expectations -- something it has in common with Jordan Peele's 2019 reboot. Though Peele is credited as a creator and serves serves as the host, he did not write or direct any episodes, which critics complained were too on-the-nose, melodramatic, and, well, a lot meaner things than that.
Despite the name, this CW reboot was cursed from the start. Side-stepping the original witches -- Alyssa Milano, Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs, and later Rose McGowan -- in favor of newer, younger ones didn't sit well with fans, or with the original ladies themselves. Milano told US Weekly she felt the reboot was "disrespectful" for not including her and her fellow OG cast members. And though it was touted as a "feminist" reboot, Combs tweeted, "I will never understand what is fierce, funny, or feminist in creating a show that basically says the original actresses are too old to do a job they did 12 years ago."
Shannen Doherty & Jason Priestley Reunite for Beverly Hills, 90210 Reboot: 'The Twins Are Back'
Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestley Reunite on BH90210 Set
This CBS reboot fell short of its potential for a few reasons -- one being that Tom Selleck was not involved (nor was his mustache). Though set in picturesque Hawaii, critics were quick to tire of the the new Magnum (Jay Hernandez)'s voiceover, calling the reboot average at best, and lacking in panache.
"Charlie's Angels" perfectly captured the goofiness of the '70s, but it felt painfully out of date in 2011. Critics and audiences agreed: It was canceled after three episodes.
Blair Underwood has done some memorable TV work, starting with his career-making role on "L.A. Law." But his 2013 take on the Raymond Burr crime drama was yanked from NBC's air even faster than you can say "LAX" or "The Event."
"The Bionic Woman"
A 2007 take on the "Six Million Dollar Man" spinoff, this NBC show's original sin was casting "Battlestar Galactica" ass-kicker Katee Sackhoff as the recurring villain rather than the lead.
Like so much '80s television, the original "Knight Rider" is over-celebrated. But NBC's 2008 version lacked even the original's dumb charms — and David Hasselhoff.
La La and Carmelo Anthony’s Marriage Is 'Strained'
Trouble in paradise, again? Basketball player Carmelo Anthony and his wife, La La, are on shaky ground amid resurfaced infidelity allegations. On-Again, Off-Again Celebrity Couples “Things between La La and Carmelo are strained,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly after photos were released of Carmelo sunbathing on a yacht alongside an unidentified woman. “It has been difficult for La La to move past the infidelities, the child out of wedlock … Those actions rocked La La to her core.” This is not the first time the marriage has been in jeopardy.
SundanceTV had an international hit on its hands with the French-language moody zombie thriller. An English adaptation was of course inevitable, but Damon Lindelof's A&E remake never quite found its audience, despite gaining the support of critics. Luckily, the original French series is still ongoing.
The classic nighttime soap got a CW makeover in 2009, but the brand wasn't enough to keep an audience interested, especially on a network that was doing rich young people drama better on shows like "Gossip Girl" and even "90210."
Helen Mirren broke out big time as a rare female detective fighting crime and the sexism of her fellow cops in a hit series first introduced in 1991. But NBC's 2011 version, starring Maria Bello, struggled to find its voice and lasted just 13 episodes.
"Broadchurch" captivated U.K. audiences with its tense murder mystery format, but when the U.S. tried to replicate its magic - with original star David Tennant in tow - it just never quite managed. Needless to say, "Broadchurch" is producing a third season, and "Gracepoint" was canceled after just one.
Bryan Fuller tried to put his stamp on a reboot of "The Munsters," and it's still a bit of a cult classic among his fervent fans, but NBC never ordered the show to series. At least we will always have the pilot, which aired in 2012, which is more than you can say for most pilots that don't get picked up to series.
Dean McDermott Hospitalized With ‘Pneumonia, Possibly Meningitis’
On the mend. Dean McDermott was taken to the hospital on Sunday, June 30, after feeling severely under the weather.
"The IT Crowd"
This hilarious British series that helped launch Chris O'Dowd's career ran for four seasons. It's American counterpart -- not so much. The across-the-pond adaptation with Joel McHale was ordered to pilot but failed to get picked up at NBC.
Jack Webb and Ben Alexander starred in the original 1950's police procedural that became a major hit. Unfortunately, the Ed O'Neill and Ethan Embry reboot in 2003 failed to find similar success. It was cancelled after two seasons.
Another police procedural bound to be rebooted, Telly Savalas starred as the chrome-domed detective in the 1970's series. Ving Rhames took the reins in 2005, but only made it to nine episodes.
ABC's reboot of "The Muppets" was one of the most highly anticipated new shows of the 2015-16 TV season, but the inside look at the adult lives of Kermit and company failed to resonate with fans.
Beyond "Chuck" star Zachary Levi, NBC's bland "event series" reboot of 2006's "Heroes" brought nothing new or interesting to the table.
Corey Hawkins starred in this Kiefer Sutherland-less "24" reboot that maintained the show's real-time structure and some of the original show's flaws, but also managed to be cancelled in real time. "24: Legacy" had a big debut following the Super Bowl in 2017 but dropped off sharply afterward and was done after just one season. At the time of the cancellation Fox was still considering continuing the "24" franchise.
The Hills’ Jason Wahler Reveals He’s Been Arrested 18 Times
Opening up. Jason Wahler is in a great place now with wife Ashley Wahler and daughter Delilah, who turns 2 in August.
Like the hero that shares the show's name, the reboot of "MacGyver," with Lucas Till in the Richard Dean Anderson role, cobbled together a bunch of unusual parts to make yet another procedural that's somehow still kicking, despite constant lampooning from "The Simpsons" and "SNL's" "MacGruber" sketches.
"The Odd Couple"
Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon were no Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon, or Tony Randall and Jack Klugman for that matter. The reboot lasted three seasons, but the canned, laugh track sitcom felt very old fashioned and led to some miserable ratings. Matthew Perry even tweeted out one month ahead of schedule that the show was cancelled when he saw his face painted over on his stage door.
The CW rebooted the classic '80s primetime soap in 2017, but despite the buzz for Peruvian-born Nathalie Kelley as Cristal, the show drew critical pans and weak ratings -- still scoring a second season thanks to a lucrative Netflix deal.
Vanessa Lachey Posts First Pic With 'BH90210' Husband Jason Priestley.
View this post on Instagram Introducing Mrs. Jason Priestley… or am I Mrs. Brandon Walsh?! One month until the premiere of @bh90210!!! August 7th you’ll see what I’m talking about & you WON’T be disappointed! We’re cookin’ up some juicy stuff!!! #DreamJob! A post shared by Vanessa Lachey (@vanessalachey) on Jul 7, 2019 at 3:29pm PDT Meet the Priestleys! Vanessa Lachey shared the first snap with her new onscreen husband from the set of BH90210. “Introducing Mrs. Jason Priestley … or am I Mrs. Brandon Walsh?!” the former MTV VJ, 38, wrote via Instagram on Sunday, July 7.