90210 has lost another showrunner.
Rebecca Sinclair, who took over The CW hit after a shaky first season, will not return in the fall, a rep for CBS Television Studios tells TV Line, stating:
“Rebecca’s contract was up so it was no surprise to us at all. We have a very strong staff and we have been exploring various people and are confident we’ll find the right replacement.”
Sinclair was the individual who decided to focus more on the new cast, pushing Jennie Garth and other former stars to the side. She also talked at length last summer about why she decided to turn Teddy gay.
Despite this shake-up, fans can rest easy. 90210 will definitely return for a fourth season.