The second generation of "90210" will be coming to an end in May.
The CW announced Thursday that the show will be ending after five seasons, with the series finale to air Monday, May 13 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. Seven episodes remain in the run of the show, which will end with 114 episodes total.
The show debuted in September of 2008, and drew a series-high 4.65 million viewers for the debut episode, and continued to draw more than two million viewers for most of the first season. However, ratings for this season were down, averaging about a 0.4 for the season with 0.833 million viewers an episode. Last week's episode drew a 0.3 rating and 0.580 million viewers.
The CW confirmed the show's end by press release, and also announced the season finales for "The Carrie Diaries" (Monday, April 8), "Hart of Dixie" (Tuesday, May 7), "Arrow" and "Supernatural" (Wednesday, May 15), "The Vampire Diaries" and "Beauty and the Beast" (Thursday, May 16), and "Nikita" (Friday, May 17).
The CW's new show "Cult" is being moved to Friday nights at 9:00 Eastern, where the network hasn't run new programming since "America's Next Top Model" ended its season in November of 2012. "Cult" will run it's final episode of the season, and probably the series, Friday, May 24.
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