Beverly Hills, 90210 is officially back. And no, we don't mean the CW series. We're talking about the good one!

During an interview with Access Hollywood, Tori Spelling confirmed that she and the original cast are officially back on board for a reunion series. But it's not quite what you'd expect.

"It's confirmed: We're doing a new 90210!" Spelling said. "It is the O.G. crew back together, and we're playing heightened versions of ourselves. The fans will be pleasantly surprised though because we will intercut that with scenes from the show, so it will be a whole ensemble cast playing a heightened version of themselves."

It sounds like rather than revisiting their characters from Beverly Hills, 90210, this new series will reimagine the lives of the actors who were on the iconic '90s show to give the series a fresh, new spin. Unfortunately, poor Tori Spelling didn't seem to realize that the revival hadn't been officially confirmed when she revealed that she and the original cast had started meeting with networks to revive the original series. As far as who is coming back, Spelling said it's "almost" the entire original cast, but though they'd "love" to have Shannen Doherty, who played Brenda Walsh on the series, there's no news on whether she'll join in the fun.

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Spelling also confirmed that Luke Perry will still be on Riverdale (never fear, Fred Andrews fans!), so he'll only be able to do as much as he can while still juggling his filming schedule in Vancouver.

TV Guide has reached out to CBS Studios for comment.

Beverly Hills, 90210 is currently streaming on CBS All Access and Hulu.

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