"I can't re-imagine it currently," Usmagazine.com said Perry told "The Billy Bush Show" Thursday. "It's just not something that I've thought about to be quite honest. ... I don't see it happening."
Perry said that doesn't mean he isn't happy for Spelling and Garth regarding their new jobs.
"I wish them a lot of luck. I hope they have a lot of success with it," Perry said.
After "90210" made him a teen heartthrob, Perry acted in the films "8 Seconds" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and starred in the TV shows "Oz" and "Jeremiah."
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