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Actor Jason Priestley, or Brandon Walsh from the original Beverly Hills, 90210, put his two cents in upon hearing the news of the CW's 90210 being cancelled after five seasons.
The CW announced Thursday that the current and final season will end on the 13th of May, due to some not-so-good ratings this year.
Priestley tweeted in response, "Lasted half as long as the original...Not bad, guys..."
— Jason Priestley (@Jason_Priestley) March 1, 2013
Priestley directed an episode of the CW spin-off back in 2008, which also featured fellow Beverly Hills alums Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling.
Mark Pedowitz, president of CW, said in a statement to Us Weekly, "The CW has had five great seasons with America's favorite zip code, 90210. I'd like to thank the talented cast, producers and crew for all their hard work and dedication to the series. We are very proud of the West Beverly High alumni."
Current stars of the show AnnaLynne McCord, Jessica Stroup, Trevor Donovan, and Jessica Lowndes also shared some final thoughts with their fans on Twitter.
McCord, aka Naomi Clark, tweeted, "Hi everyone! Thank you for all of the support for so long. I'm sorry you aren't getting the proper sendoff you deserve, but please know how much your love means to me!"
Hi Every1! Thk u 4 all of the spprt 4 so long I'm srry u aren't gtting the proper send off u deserve, but plz kno how much ur luv means 2me!
— AnnaLynne McCord (@IAMannalynnemcc) March 1, 2013
Stroup addressed her character on the show, Silver, tweeting, "Oh Silver, our time has come to an end but you are a part of me forever. Thanks to the fans who have been along for the ride, all my love. X"
Oh Silver, our time has come to an end but you are a part of me forever. Thanks to the fans who have been along for the ride, all my love. X
— Jessica Stroup (@JessicaLStroup) March 1, 2013
Donovan, who plays Teddy, tweeted, "Very grateful I had the opportunity to play a meaningful character,... who just happened to be gay.. ..xo #ThanksForTheMemories"
Very grateful I had the opportunity to play a meaningful character,... who just happened to be gay....xo#ThanksForTheMemories
— Trevor Donovan (@TrevDon) March 1, 2013
Finally, Lowndes, who plays Adrianna Tate-Duncan, tweeted, "To my amazing cast, I have LOVED working with each and every one of you. I'm excited to see what you all do next! I expect great things. xo"
To my amazing cast, I have LOVED working with each and every one of you. I'm excited to see what you all do next! I expect great things. xo
— Jessica Lowndes (@jessicalowndes) March 1, 2013