AnnaLynne McCord is about to find out everything is bigger in Texas. The former 90210 and Nip/Tuck star has landed the recurring role of Heather on TNT's Dallas. According to ETOnline, she will be a love interest for Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe).
A twenty-something ranch hand with a troubled ex-husband and a 5-year-old son.
Having grown up in a house with four brothers, Heather is quite capable of handling herself around the Southfork ranch hands, but when her ex-husband returns, bringing turmoil back into her life, Christopher (played by Jesse Metcalf) steps in and the two become romantically involved. READ MORE
Former Days of Our Lives and 90210 actor Trevor Donovan has landed an upcoming guest starring role on Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Donovan will play Keith, who is the best man in his friend’s wedding. Keith causes his BFF some serious strife when he lands in a Mexican jail. Look for Donovan’s appearance to air Aug. 11.
Drop Dead Diva airs Sundays at 9 PM EST on Lifetime.
According to Deadline, All My Children alum Natalie Hall (ex-Colby) has landed a new gig. The actress has been cast in The CW’s new pilot Oxygen. The show will follow a normal teenage girl, Emery (Aimee Teegarden), who falls for an alien boy, Roman (Matt Lanter), when nine aliens, dubbed The Orions, are integrated into her high school.
The former Pretty Little Liars bad girl will play a human named Taylor, the school’s Queen Bee. Taylor’s friendship with Emery will be strained when the latter gets close to The Orions. READ MORE
9021-oh no! The CW has decided to end 90210 after five years of soap twists, turns and more than a little partying, according to TV Line. Reportedly, the series finale will air May 13.
Will you miss 90210 when it goes off the air?
A former executive producer of one of primetime's most popular soaps is among the writing staff of the new One Life to Live. Jessica Klein, who helped make Beverly Hills, 90210 a smash hit for Fox in the 90's, will now be scripting stories for the citizens of Llanview, PA. READ MORE
With PBS being most famous right now as the network of Downton Abbey for its American viewers, it's only fitting they should air a primetime soap special. Since 2008, the series Pioneers of Televsion has documented the early rise of various television genres.
On Jan. 22, audiences will see an episode entitled, "Primetime Soaps," which will examine the first love triangles, baby swaps and mental breakdowns to reach primetime viewers. Shows such as Peyton Place, Dynasty, Knots Landing, and Dallas will be examined. Watch the PBS promo after the jump! READ MORE