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I’ll always be partial to Kelly and Steve
—Rosin, on Kelly's romances[1]

Charles Rosin is an Emmy-nominated[2] American television writer and producer. Rosin served as executive producer of Beverly Hills, 90210.


In 1991, Rosin was nominated for an Emmy for his work on CBS dramedy Northern Exposure. He was an executive producer and the showrunner on Beverly Hills, 90210 from 1990-1995, writing several episodes. Rosin also served as executive producer on the first season of Dawson's Creek in 1998.


SEASON 1 (4/22)
05. One On One
09. The Gentle Art of Listening
14. East Side Story
20. Spring Training
SEASON 2 (1/28)
02. The Party Fish
SEASON 3 (2/30)
02. The Twins, The Trustee And The Very Big Trip
30. Commencement: Part 2
SEASON 4 (3/32)
01. So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye
15. Somewhere In The World It's Christmas
25. The Time Has Come Today
SEASON 5 (1/32)
10. The Dreams of Dylan McKay
Fame Is Where You Find It (1x16)
The Next Fifty Years (2x14)
Everybody's Talkin' 'Bout It (2x21)
It's A Totally Happening Life (3x16)
The Child Is Father To The Man (3x22)
Commencement: Part 1 (3x29)
Ashes To Ashes (2x09)
A Competitive Edge (2x20)
Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington: Part 1 (4x31)
Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington: Part 2 (4x32)
What I Did on My Summer Vacation and Other Stories (5x01)
Hate Is Just A Four-Letter Word (4x11)
The Real McCoy (5x29)


  • When asked, Rosin replied he considers himself 50% Brandon, 50% Steve out of all the characters. His buzzfeed quiz results said Brenda[3]
  • Had Rosin written the series finale of Beverly Hills, 90210, it would have ended when the gang graduated college. Answering the question of who would end up together, Rosin, bearing colleagues Jessica Klein and Steve Wasserman in mind, said:
“I bet you we would have brought Shannen back for a very special episode and she would've got with Dylan – Brenda and Dylan. I think that's the one. Possibly Brandon and Kelly too, they would be the back-up and, if I could do the universe over again, Andrea and Steve, but there'd be no Jesse – no offense”[3]

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