La La Anthony Joins the Cast of ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Reboot

La La Anthony will be joining the cast of the reboot of hit 90s teen drama "Beverly Hills 90210" as the "wife" of Brian Austin Green.

Actress and TV personality La La Anthony has just become the first new addition to the cast of the "Beverly Hills 90210" reboot.

The reboot of the hit Fox series had only counted with members of the original cast from the 90s.

LA LA ANTHONY HAS A BRAND NEW CHARACTER

Anthony, 36, will be taking on the role of a new character, Shay, the wife of David Silver,  played by Brian Austin Green.

Shay is a superstar hip-hop/pop artist, the breadwinner in the family, while her husband stays home to raise their three children

Actor Luke Perry, who played the tormented and morose Dylan in "BH90210" passed away on March 4, 2019.

A TURNABOUT ON THE ORIGINAL SERIES' ENDING

Fans of the original series will remember that in the "Beverly Hills, 90210" finale, David married Tori Spelling’s Donna. In the follow-up series "90210", it is revealed that Donna and David had separated shortly after the birth of their child.

CAST REUNITED AFTER 19 YEARS

Anthony will be joining Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling who will be working together again after 19 years apart.

NEW SERIES TO PREMIERE IN AUGUST, FOX ANNOUNCES

Fand of the 90s "BH90210" series are eager to see how the reboot will compare with the original.

Producers have cautioned that the new series isn't exactly a reboot or a sequel, but a reinvention of the concept with the original stars.

Fox has announced that the six-episode event series will premiere on August 7, 2019. 

ONE FACE WILL BE SADLY MISSED ON THE NEW BH90210

Fans of the iconic series "Beverly Hills 90210" will be watching the reboot with sadness, knowing one beloved face is missing from the lineup.

Actor Luke Perry, who played the tormented and morose Dylan in "BH90210" passed away on March 4, 2019.

The actor suffered a massive stroke on February 27, 2019, and after a second stroke, his family followed the medical team's recommendations to remove him from life support.

Perry, 52, passed away at the Provident Saint Joseph Medical Centre in Burbank, California, in the company of his children Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mother Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, and sister Amy Coder.