After 10 seasons and almost 300 episodes, the cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 are coming back to our screens for a six-episode reboot.
But before they do, we thought we'd take a trip down memory lane and check out what the students of West Beverly High are up to now, 19 years after they've left, reports news.com.au.
Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh, Seasons 1-9)
We all fell in love with Brandon back in season one, but since the show's ending, it's been hard keeping track of this 90s heart-throb. After leaving the show, Jason Priestley's interest in cars flourished. In his spare time, he dabbled in race car driving and he even took on the lead role for the Canadian television-series Call Me Fitz where he played a used-car salesman. He's married to make-up artist Naomi Lowde and has two children.
Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh, Seasons 1-4)
After her character departed the show in Season 4 to spend a year studying at the Royal Academy for Dramatic Arts in London, fans were shocked that the iconic Brenda Walsh never returned. That was until 2008, when she made an appearance in the CW spin off. But in the meantime, Doherty starred in the cult-classic Heathers and the sci-fi series Charmed, however left the show due to some behind-the-scenes drama.
Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor, Seasons 1-10)
Garth has been busy since playing the notorious Kelly Taylor. In 2002, she starred in the sitcom What I Like About You with Amanda Bynes, she's done her own reality TV series Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country and she's even brought back her original character for the CW sequel.
She's a mother to three daughters — Luca Bella, Lola Ray and Fiona Eve.
Tori Spelling (Donna Martin, Seasons 1-10)
Since her time playing Donna Martin on the show and on the sitcom So Notorious, Tori Spelling, whose dad Aaron Spelling was the legendary TV producer behind the hit, switched out sitcoms for reality TV.
She starred alongside her husband Dean McDermott for six seasons of Tori & Dean and has also written a number of books including her autobiography, Stori Telling, which debuted at the top of the New York Times bestseller list.
However, it looks like Tori and her husband in a bit of legal trouble as they are reportedly going to court over a $US205,000 bank debt.
Brian Austin Green (David Silver, Seasons 1-10)
Brian Austin Green has had success on and off screen since his full-run on the TV series. In terms of acting, he was in Growing Pains, The Twilight Zone, Smallville and Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, to name just a few. In terms of his personal life, he married Megan Fox in 2010 and the couple raised two children together. However, after 11 years of their relationship, he and Megan called it quits, separating late last year. It has been reported that Brian has officially filed for spousal support from Megan.
Tiffani Thiessen (Valerie Malone, Seasons 5-10)
Despite having only half the screen time as her co-stars, Tiffani Thiessen's legacy is undeniable. The Saved By the Bell star has taken over your TV screens staring in a number of TV movies and shows like Fastlane, What About Brian and White Collar. Not to mention, she's starred in her very own cooking show. What can't she do!
Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders, Seasons 1-10)
Since his run on the show, Ian Ziering has kept working. He's been a key part of the Sharknado series, he voiced Vinnie on Biker Mice from Mars and he was a celebrity dancer on Season 4 of Dancing with the Stars.
Ziering is married to Erin Ludwig, with whom he has two children.
Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea Zuckerman, Seasons 1-6, 8, 10)
She was the oldest cast member to play a high-schooler and yet, she looked the youngest! Perhaps because of this, Carteris has been fighting against ageism in the Hollywood industry, writing a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter against age listings on IMDB. In terms of her work, Carteris has dabbled in a lot of voice work and even her own talk show.
In terms of her personal life, she's been married to stockbroker Charles Isaacs for more than 25 years. The couple have two children.
Luke Perry (Dylan McKay, Season 1-6, 10)
From playing the dangerous loner in Beverly Hills, 90210 to the loveable father in Riverdale, Luke Perry has been part of some of the much talked about shows. He has also had roles on Broadway and the West End, and appeared in episodes of The Simpsons, What I Like About You, Community, Family Guy. His movies have included The Fifth Element and Buffy The Vampire Slayer. News broke yesterday that Perry recently suffered from a stroke and is currently in hospital.