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A Backstreet Boy visits '90210' -- EXCLUSIVE

Another musical guest will stop by 90210 this season.

In the May 8 episode, Naomi hosts a bachelorette party that features an unexpected visit from Nick Carter, who will play himself. The Backstreet Boys member is invited to the party because the bride had a crush on him since junior high school.

Sadly, there will be no acoustical performance of “Help Me.” Sorry, Nick fans.

Carter’s previous TV appearances include 8 Simple Rules and American Dreams.

90210 has hosted lots of musical guests over the last year, including Train, All-American Rejects, Cobra Starship, Kellie Pickler, Theophilus London, Nelly and Snoop Dogg.


'Happy Endings': Brian Austin Green to guest-star in season finale -- EXCLUSIVE

In 2010, Brian Austin Green played a big part in a wedding, marrying Megan Fox. In 2012, he will play a fun part in another wedding… on Happy Endings. EW has learned the 90210/Sarah Connor Chronicles vet will guest-star in the season finale of the ABC comedy as a charming dude who winds up attending the nuptials of Penny’s other gay best friend Derrick (Stephen Guarino). The tricky part: He’s not in the best physical condition. The juicy part: He’ll be flirting hard with Penny (Casey Wilson).   READ FULL STORY

'90210' hosts the All-American Rejects -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

The party really starts to hop on 90210 this month when the All-American Rejects perform at the re-opening of the bar owned by Liam (Matt Lanter).

EW obtained these exclusive first looks of the episode dubbed “Trust, Truth, and Traffic” that’s slated to air Jan. 31. READ FULL STORY

Train to make musical stop on '90210' -- EXCLUSIVE

If you thought 2012 would be the year you didn’t get a Train song stuck in your heads, here’s the first sign that resistance is futile.

EW has learned exclusively that Train has scheduled a stop on the CW’s 90210 for an episode scheduled to air in late February. The band, whose new single “Drive By” drops tomorrow on iTunes, will perform their newest single in the episode, which finds the gang heading to a music festival in the desert.

90210 has a history is booking high-profile musical guests. All-American Rejects and Cobra Starship are among those who have also appeared. This season also saw recurring appearances from singer Brandi and former American Idol contestant Kelli Pickler, who both booked guest roles.

90210 returns Jan. 17 with new episodes.



'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Chuck,' 'Glee,' 'Gossip Girl': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Thanksgiving, Roomies!

As I’ll likely be in a Turkey coma on Friday, here’s something to be thankful for a little early… Spoiler Room: Special Wednesday/Pre-Holiday/Yay For a Long Weekend Edition! Yup, just a few scoops to take you into your hopefully lovely holiday.

But before the 411 — and at the risk of sounding very sappy — I have to say that I’m very thankful for your readership and highly entertaining comments and questions this year. Here’s to another great one!

On that note, don’t slack! Send questions and ponderings to or Tweet ‘em to me @EWSandraG. Be well!

The logline for next week’s How I Met Your Mother is incredibly teasey. Observe: When “Robin receives bad news, she decides to lie about it to the gang. Meanwhile, Marshall hangs Christmas decorations on the house in the ‘burbs with help from his neighbor.” But still unsatisfied, I hopped on the phone yesterday with HIMYM executive producer Carter Bays, who talked about the next episode. (To read part of our chat, click here.)

What I left out about the Dec. 5 episode, however, is something that truly sent chills of anticipation down my spine: While Bays said he believes it’s “one of the best episodes we’ve ever done,” he also expressed a little apprehension, saying he hopes viewers will see it the same way. “You know, honestly, I hope people stay on board after the next episode,” he tells me. “I think there’s some incredible acting in it, and it’s a really nicely told story that we’re very pleased with. But… this Barney and Robin stuff is a third rail for our show in a good way. It’s nice to get a little jolt every now and then, but it is so divisive among fans from what I’ve gathered. So hopefully people will enjoy the story for what it is. But yeah, we’re nervous about where the story goes. Excited, and very proud of it, but I hope people stay on board. I think they will.” READ FULL STORY

'90210' scoop: Welcome back, Jen (you selfish little...)

The CW’s 90210 will welcome back a familiar snob to the sudsy drama early next year.

EW has learned exclusively that Sara Foster, who played Naomi’s snobby and manipulative sister Jen, will return for three episodes.

The dirty details: Jen surprises Naomi (Annalynne McCord) with a visit at the end of episode 416, with baby Jacques in tow. Jen then coerces Naomi into helping her find a rich, eligible bachelor, but the guy ends up having eyes for Naomi, instead. Snap!

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‘The Glades’ actress nabs role on ‘90210’

The CW inks five-year streaming deal with Hulu

CBS and Warner Bros. announced today that The CW and Hulu have struck a five-year licensing deal to allow the website to stream CW shows on Hulu and Hulu Plus. This encompasses network tentpoles 90210, America’s Next Top Model, Gossip Girl, Supernatural, and The Vampire Diaries, as well as Ringer, Hart of Dixie, The Secret Circle, and Nikita. Under the agreement, up to five in-season episodes will only be featured on Hulu Plus for eight days following the broadcast, at which point they will be available on the ad-supported free Hulu site. “The CW programming is a great example of the kind of in-season content we want to make available,” said Hulu’s SVP of Content Andy Forssell. “Making these shows available on Hulu and Hulu Plus will allow new and existing fans to get their fix of The CW’s great shows anytime and anywhere.”

'The Glades' actress nabs role on '90210'

Michelle Hurd is headed for the most drama-filled zip code on TV.

The Glades actress, who plays the tough Colleen Manus on the A&E show, has scored a recurring role as a stylish event planner who approaches one of the girls after a fashion show — “with a lucrative proposition,” according to casting intel. The potential for trouble sounds imminent!

Hurd’s first episode will air in December. Prior to The Glades, she also appeared on Gossip Girl, ER, and Law & Order: SVU.

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‘90210’: A pirate, a princess, and a naked wiener. Best Halloween ever? — EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK
‘Jersey Shore’ man cools heels on ‘90210’ — EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

'90210': A pirate, a princess and a naked wiener. Best Halloween ever? -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

90210 knows how to do costumes. And while nothing might ever top Naomi’s Na’vi outfit (not worn for a Halloween episode, I might add), the costumes on the upcoming Halloween episode are pretty amazing. My favorite? Silver’s bun-less hot dog.

Holly’s Chiquita Banana garb (visible in the photo below) is also pretty festive, but I expected better from Ivy, whose “rocker” ensemble falls short. Also, Annie, a princess? Pfft. Typical. Kidding!


'Jersey Shore' man cools heels on '90210' -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

Look who’s joining Matt Lanter at poolside?

Here’s an exclusive first look of Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino, who has been cast in an episode that will air in November. Guadagnino will portray a celebrity who plays in a high stakes poker game with Liam (Lanter) when the cast heads to Las Vegas. He won’t play himself, however: He’ll depict a “young and gregarious” celebrity who “enjoys the fruits of fame.” READ FULL STORY

The CW signs up with Netflix

CBS Corporation and Warner Bros. Television Group have signed a four-year deal with Netflix that will allow its customers to instantly watch more than 700 hours of previous seasons of scripted series that currently air on The CW, including episodes of Ringer, Hart of Dixie, The Secret Circle, The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, 90210, Supernatural, Nikita, and One Tree Hill.

“This is a forward-thinking agreement … that opens a new door for The CW programming to expand its audience reach through the terrific Netflix service, and creates a brand-new window for CBS and Warner Bros. to be paid for the content we supply the network,” said Leslie Moonves, president and CEO of the CBS Corporation, in a statement. READ FULL STORY

'Glee,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' '90210,' 'Vampire Diaries': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

It’s about that time again.

And I’m particularly excited going into this weekend because I’m days away from making my maiden voyage to Canada. (No, not to track the history of Robin Sparkles.) That’s right, my little maple leaves, I’m headed north to visit the sets of Once Upon a Time, Alcatraz, Supernatural, and The Secret Circle. Exciting, right? So send me your questions for the stars of those shows ASAP!

And remember to be sending me your questions (via e-mail or Twitter!) on shows new and returning, reactions to buzzy episodes of your favorite shows, and your general ponderings! (Y’all had a great batch of questions this week!) Until next week!


It’s no secret I’ve been mildly obsessed with How I Met Your Mother lately. And judging by the caliber and depth of your questions, I’m not alone! So while chatting with creator Carter Bays about last week’s episode, I threw in a few of your questions as well! The fruits of your labors are below! READ FULL STORY

'90210' scoop: Matt Lanter talks Liam and Annie's breakup and teases 'detours' with Jane

Annie and Liam’s split in this week’s episode of 90210 didn’t leave much room for reconciliation — and that’s because there likely won’t be, according to Matt Lanter. “This is the most official we’ve seen them split up. We’re filming episode 8 or 9, and there’s no sign of them yet getting back together. So I think it’s official,” he says.

But weep not. Liam’s got a lot on his plate in the next few episodes, especially with a pregnant girlfriend who’s carrying a dead man’s baby. “I think he feels like he wants to step up. I think [Monday night was] a big moment for him. It was a turning point in his life — just growing up and becoming an adult and becoming mature and having responsibilities,” he says. “We’re going to see him accept the responsibility and then struggle with it. He’s not going to be able to support it — both emotionally and financially. So even though he makes some choices, he still struggles. He’s still a young kid.” READ FULL STORY


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