Luke Perry wasn’t set to take part in the upcoming “Beverly Hills, 90210” revival but the show will honour his memory just the same when it airs later this year.

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Speaking on a panel in Jerusalem, CBS TV Studios president David Stapf said that the show will find a way to pay tribute to Perry, who died of a stroke last week at 52.

“He was going to be one of the few who was not going to be in it because he was committed to ‘Riverdale’,” Stapf said, according to Variety. “How we deal with that moving forward is yet to be determined. That’s something the writers are going to have to figure out.”

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Stapf also revealed the genesis of the revival series.

“Tori Spelling, as she is wont to do, comes in and pitches a lot of ideas and is in our offices a lot,” he said. “She kicked the idea around of, ‘Wouldn’t it be fun to get the whole gang back together?’”