The “90210” saga will come to an end — for the second time — on May 13 as the CW cancels the drama after five seasons.

Series, which served as a reboot of the original “90210” on Fox, debuted on the CW in 2008, and amassed more than 100 episodes. CW will offer a retrospective seg as it did with now-defunct programs “Gossip Girl” and “One Tree Hill” leading into the finale.

At the outset, the “90210” reboot pulled strong ratings for the CW, besting 4 million in its Tuesday night timeslot. However, numbers steadily declined as the show progressed in seasons. Season five debuted to under 1 million viewers in October, which marked its lowest premiere on record.