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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Producers regularly cast newcomers from daytime soap opera such as General Hospital (Jack Wagner, Rena Sofer), Days of Our Lives (Patrick Muldoon, Lisa Rinna) and Generations (Kelly Rutherford). 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 »
From the beginning in 1992, to the end in 1999, I watched "Melrose Place" every week. I grew up with these people...they were like my family! When they laughed, I laughed. When they cried, I cried. Every year at the season finale, I would say at the end, "I can't wait until September!!".
I don't care what people say, "Melrose" became my favorite show. I actually looked forward to Mondays! Lots of my friends said, "Who cares?" when I told them "Melrose" was going off the air. But I CARED!!! The only thing that made me happy about the series finale was that Amanda and Peter were finally together again, and Eve ended up in jail again. Not a day goes by that I don't wish my favorite show in the entire world was still on. PLEASE!!!!!!!!, let there be a spin-off, or a "Melrose: The Movie"!!!!!
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