Beverly Hills 90210 writer Karen Rosin returns to The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat podcast to kick off the Paris episodes of season three! She’s joined by her daughter Lindsey who had a guest role in the episode, and is now the director of such L.A. stage productions as Cruel Intentions and the upcoming Friday Night Lights musical, and the executive producer of the upcoming Cruel Intentionssequel coming to NBC, and Squad Goals coming to CBS. Lindsey’s novel Cherry is available for preorder through our Amazon link.
It’s time for The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat’s second standalone interview with Beverly Hills 90210′s executive producer Charles Rosin! You sent in your questions about the series’ second season, and as only he could, Chuck is here to answer!
It’s the first ever LIVE episode of The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat, coming to you from the Nerdist Showroom in Hollywood! And we’ve got Christine Elise McCarthy herself with us to discuss her time playing the infamous Emily Valentine! Signed copies sold out to our audience after the show, but Christine’s book Bathing and the Single Girl is available through our Amazon page!
Musical guest Prom Queen is about to embark on a west coast tour, which you must check out! To get your own Blaze merchandise like our prize winner Benjamin (including a take on his “Gay for McKay” shirt, or your very own U4EA dealer shirt), visit our merch store!
This week, The Blaze with Lizzie and Kat gets legit, as we’re joined by Karen Rosin, the writer of this episode of Beverly Hills 90210: “Isn’t it Romantic?” This episode bravely tackles the subject of AIDS, and kicks off the watershed romance between Brenda and Dylan. Karen provides invaluable insights on the scope of both storylines, and more broadly about the series in general.
The original People magazine article about a young woman with AIDS that inspired Karen can be read online here. For more information about HIV/AIDS, from resources about prevention and testing to ways to donate time and money to help others, one place to start is with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation at www.aidshealth.org.