It will start from the beginning of Luke’s life, going back to his hometown of Fredricktown, Ohio. It’ll highlight the rise of his famous role, Dylan McKay and the massive fan base he drew from it as well as his career “comeback,” with his last role as Fred Andrews in Riverdale.
The special will reveal how he kept his personal private, cared more about his family than Hollywood, his dedication to his children and family and provide more details about who he was — on and off screen.
Luke’s closest friends and colleagues will also be featured throughout the special television event. There will also be exclusive interviews from Randy Spelling, who starred with Luke in his dad Aaron Spelling’s 90210, a former show runner and two former writers.