Launched in 1992 as a companion for "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Melrose Place" quickly became a giant television hit in its own right. Originally designed to be an authentic, grounded look at ...
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An international pop culture phenomenon, "Beverly Hills, 90210" ruled the '90s television landscape and reigned as the top teen show for nearly a decade during which Jason Priestley, Luke ... See full summary »
This is the story of one Bill Anderson a incredibly hot single dad from Yorkville Illinois. We follow his life from childhood where he saves the entire galaxy from the darkness of the evil ... See full summary »
From its start as an unassuming family comedy in 1987 to its eventual wildly popular 192-episode run, the film centers on the rise of the cast of one of America's most beloved family ... See full summary »
When lacrosse star Bridgette fails her core classes, she is kicked off the team until she can improve her grades. Edgington Academy's new teacher takes a special and disturbing interest in helping Bridgette that threatens her entire future.
Launched in 1992 as a companion for "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Melrose Place" quickly became a giant television hit in its own right. Originally designed to be an authentic, grounded look at 20-something life in Los Angeles, the program soon became "90210"'s soapier, yet equally popular counterpart. The 'Unauthorized Melrose Place Story' highlights the remarkable behind-the-scenes moments that shaped the series including cast drama, Heather Locklear arriving to "save" the show, and the actors begging their writers for even wilder story lines to make them fan favorites.Written by
In the series, the censored kiss between Matt and his date took place with the couple standing in the complex courtyard, not sitting on a bench. The actual episode cut away to Billy spotting them from his window, not to a car. See more »
BORING! Worse than the actual 1st season. Cheesy, unrealistic, badly cast mess! The actress playing Heather Locklear looked like a teenager playing dress-up. Unattractive cast. Acting was wooden at best. This was a waste of time. Everybody knows the Melrose Place cast got along great, and there were no behind the scenes drama. So, why even make this? It was like, NOTHING! No purpose. MP is my fave prime time soap ever. This TV movie was like a Disney Channel movie. There was never a need to make this. I would suggest you avoid this mess. Melrose Place is iconic. This TV movie is painfully boring. Watching paint dry would be more exciting.
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