After forcing fans to wait for months, the highly-anticipated “BH90210,” a quasi-reboot of the 1990s cult hit “Beverly Hills, 90210” is almost on television screens. To keep fans even more excited about the series, nearly every member of the original show’s cast is returning for the special limited series.

While Luke Perry, who portrayed Dylan McKay on the original series, won’t be returning following his sudden death from a stroke in March, the rest of the show’s original teenage/young adult cast will be making a return for the new series, which Ian Ziering revealed in an interview with Us Weekly, follows the actual actors as they try to get an actual reboot off the ground.

“We are playing ourselves after meeting at a fan panel. Tori, who, in the TV series, is a mother of six children and is broke, inspires everybody to get the show back on,” he said. “[Tori’s character] really needs this. So everyone has their reasons of why they don’t want to do it or why it shouldn’t be done, but Tori’s story is so compelling, it convinces everyone to do it.”

So who exactly will be reuniting from the old West Bev gang, and who will be joining them for the first time? Get acquainted with the entire cast below.

Gabrielle Carteris

Gabrielle Carteris, BH90210 Gabrielle Carteris returns to “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

After exiting her role as Andrea Zuckerman during season five of the original series, she went on to reprise her character for a few episodes throughout the rest of the show’s run. After the series ended she focused on voice work in several projects but also made cameo appearances in “NYPD Blue,” “Nip/Tuck,” and “Crossing Jordan,” before also taking on the role of Principal Tuckerman” in the web series “My Alibi” and Amy Wolowitz in “Code Black.” Most notably, she has also served as the President of SAG-AFTRA since 2016.

Shannen Doherty

Shannen Doherty, 'BH90210' Shannen Doherty makes an anticipated return on “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

After being removed from the show after Season Four, the woman behind Brenda Walsh took on roles in several TV movies and cameos. She most notably took on the role of Prue Halliwell on “Charmed” for three seasons and reprised her role of Brenda on the CW reboot “90210.” In recent years, she notably revealed a breast cancer diagnosis and has since fought and beaten the disease, and is currently in remission. She signed on to the new show following co-star Perry’s death.

Christine Elise

Elise, who portrayed Emily Valentine, one of Brandon’s more notable girlfriends who was renowned for her bad behavior, is set to recur for a couple of episodes on the new series.

Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth, BH90210 Jennie Garth returns to “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

Garth, who portrayed Kelly Taylor for 10 years, also reprised her role on “90210.” Since her time at West Bev, she also starred as Valerie Tyler alongside Amanda Bynes in “What I Like About You” from 2002-2006 and reunited with co-star Spelling for the short-lived series “Mystery Girls.” She also starred in several holiday movies, including “Secret Santa,” “A Christmas Wedding Tail” and “Holidaze.”

Brian Austin Green

Brian Austin Green 'BH90210' Brian Austin Green returns to “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

After his run as David Silver came to an end, he went on to several different TV roles, including Keith Watson on “Desperate Housewives,” Tommy in “Wedding Band” and Sean in “Anger Management.” He has also been famously married to Megan Fox, with whom he has three sons, Bodhi, Journey and Noah.

Carol Potter

Potter, who portrayed Brenda and Brandon’s mother Cindy, is expected to recur for a few episodes of the new series.

Jason Priestley

Jason Priestley, 'BH90210' Jason Priestley makes a return to Beverly Hills in “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

Since ending his run as Brandon Walsh during Season 9 of the original show, Priestley has spent a lot of time behind the camera as a director, though he has also done cameo appearances on several shows, including Garth’s “What I Like About You.” He has also starred in TV movies like “I Want To Marry Ryan Banks,” and famously recovered from a race car accident that occurred in 2002.

Denise Richards

Richards, who portrayed Robin McGill on one episode of the original series, was recently confirmed to be on “BH90210.” She has found fame in roles on “Melrose Place,”“Spin City” and “Blue Mountain State,” as well as for her short-lived marriage to Charlie Sheen. Most recently, she has also starred as Shauna Fulton on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” and has also joined the cast of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Tori Spelling

Tori Spelling, BH90210 Tori Spelling returns to “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

After ending her run as Donna Martin, Spelling found herself often in the headlines due to her financial struggles, primarily after her father’s death. She’s also made headlines for her marriage to Dean McDermott and multiple pregnancies. She’s made the rounds on the reality television circuit as well, including many incarnations of a “Tori and Dean” series with her husband, in addition to the show “True Tori.” She also wrote five memoirs, “sTori Telling,” “Mommywood,” “Uncharted TerriTORI” and “Spelling It Like It Is,” as well as the book “CelebraTORI” and a children’s book, “Presenting...Tallulah.”

Ian Ziering

Ian Ziering BH90210 Ian Ziering returns to “BH90210.” Photo: Shane Harvey/FOX

Though Steve Sanders is perhaps one of his best-known roles, Ziering experienced a career resurgence after signing on to the cult Syfy hit movie, “Sharknado.” He went on to star in five sequels of the film as well.

New Cast Members:

La La Anthony

La La Anthony, who is married to NBA star Carmelo Anthony, is signed on to the show as a music executive who is married to Brian Austin Green’s character.

Vanessa Lachey

Lachey, who is married to former 98 Degrees frontman Nick Lachey, is signed on as Jason Priestley's new on-screen wife, Camille.

Ivan Sergei

Sergei will be portraying Spelling’s husband, Nate, on the new show. The role was initially slated to go to McDermott.

“BH90210” premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT on FOX.

BH90210untitled-1900_sb Get reacquainted with the cast of “BH90210” before the show’s premiere Photo: Justin Jay/FOX