Jake returns to Los Angeles where he receives a $50,000 reward by the FBI for helping them in the Palmer Woodward case after the arrest of Brittany, in which he uses the money to buys Shooters. Jane ...
The lives and loves of a group of young adults living in "Melrose Place" in California. Each with their own dreams and drives, the inevitable conflicts, conquests, and consummations ensue.Written by
Murray Chapman <email@example.com>
The third season was originally going to end with Kimberly blowing up the apartment complex, but that was scrapped since the Oklahoma City bombing occurred a month earlier. Not wanting to be insensitive to the national tragedy of the Oklahoma City bombing, the producers had the final shot of the season being Kimberly hitting the detonator, then showed the explosion in the season premiere in the fall of 1995. See more »
During season four, opening credits exclude the "Created by" credit. It is then shown in the post-opening credits. This change came after the departure of Darren Star at the end of season three. See more »
The DVD covers have an explicit warning that "some music has been changed in this home entertainment version". See more »
I don't understand why a tv-series about all the worst calamities can be so pleasing. We start watching it and we can't stop anymore. It's always dramatic and intense.
The show is about a group of Melrose Place's residents, and all the exaggerated situations that happen with them. Most of the things couldn't happen in real life, at least not with this frequency, but is happening with this group all the time.
Now that it's over, I can choose to watch the 1994's season or the 1998's. I prefer the first, the cast had some changes and a lot of the original one had gone.
I enjoy watching it, it's not a passion like the one I have for Friends, but if I have nothing better to do, and I know that it's on television, even a repeated one, I have to watch it.
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