According to the insider, the actresses are “counting on $200,000 a week at least” for doing a new project based on the original hit.
“They think that attaching themselves to the 90210 brand will result in a cable or streaming revival success like Fuller House,” added the insider.
However, the women, who “insisted they’d only do a new version of the show with each other” and starred together in the ill-fated 2014 ABC Family series Mystery Girls, should be careful not to count their chickens before they hatch.
“Even though they’ve publicized it, it’s not a done deal,” noted the source. “It’s a total desperation move that’s only further alienated them from the rest of the original 90210cast who cringe at the idea of returning to their classic characters.”
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