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
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From season four, the end of nearly each episode is shown in slow motion. This should accentuate the effect of the final rebound. The end of each episode wasn't just shown in slow-mo and black and white, the end of each SCENE was. See more »
Keep your clothes on Jane, it's not gonna work this time.
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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 »
Melrose Place was another huge success in Russia when it first appeared there many years ago. After that, it had many successful repeated runs in various Russian TV-channels. Why such a great popularity? Due to several reasons. First, the excellent choice of actors. Heather Locklear, Alyssa Mylano, Daphna Zuniga, all others are a great and very precise shot. They play their often malicious and cruel heroes with a surgical accuracy and with such persuasion that a mere serial becomes a real serious drama. All the events are another big plus. We are thrilled and attracted by the endless string of high-voltage events, all those slanders, kills, lies, love relations, fires and fights going on there. The serial is never boring. You see so many characters there and you know them all. And then, this is a true detective story. I have counted no less than 10 people killed there! And the marvelous performances of Marcia Cross or any other actor! Well, this is not a trivial small serial. No, this one is mature, strong and very exciting work.
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