According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gabrielle Carteris, Shannen Doherty, Jason Priestley, Brian Austin Green and Ian Ziering’s contracts pay them $70,000 per episode for the reboot.
The report claims those five cast members will pull in around $420,000 for the first season.
Garth and Spelling, who are credited as co-creators of the reboot, are paid an extra $15,000 per-episode for those fees, allowing them to make $85,000 per episode.
Priestley also directed one episode and was paid an additional $46,000.
The low salaries are interesting given the reboot scored huge ratings and is the summer’s highest-rated series debut, which will probably allow the cast to renegotiate their deals for season two.
Tori and the rest of the cast have expressed hopes of coming back for another season.
The salaries of the cast pale in comparison to the $250,000 per episode the four stars of "Will & Grace" were paid for the revival. Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon scored a $1.25 million per episode deal with Apple for their forthcoming “The Morning Show”.
Regardless, the money can hopefully Tori and her husband Dean McDermott pay off some debt. They are on the hook for $219,000 to City National Bank stemming from a lawsuit judgment. City National has been trying to collect on the money and have been trying to find out Tori’s sources of income.
Tori was recently forced to turn over her “90210” contracts in the legal battle, and City National may make a move to try and seize her television paychecks.
Spelling will also be making some extra cash with the just announced nationwide tour with Garth.