Melrose Place

FOX (ended 1999)



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Melrose Place

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Created by Darren Star and executive produced by Aaron Spelling, this highly successful spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210 followed the exploits of a group of young adults from various backgrounds residing in a Los Angeles apartment complex. The show ran for 7 seasons, and it's popularity lead to the creation of various other primetime soaps, including it's own spin-off Models Inc. and similar shows including Savannah, Pacific Palisades, etc.
Thomas Calabro

Thomas Calabro

Michael Mancini

Heather Locklear

Heather Locklear

Amanda Woodward (seasons 2-7, recurring previously)

Josie Bissett

Josie Bissett

Jane Andrews Mancini (episodes 1-146, 200-227, recurring otherwise)

Andrew Shue

Andrew Shue

Billy Campbell (episodes 1-199)

Doug Savant

Doug Savant

Matt Fielding (episodes 1-166)

Grant Show

Grant Show

Jake Hanson (seasons 1-5)

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  • A 90's Classic of Drama and more!

    I was drawn to Heather's roleplaying as Amanda growing up and watching glimpses of this show. There was deceit, action, love stories and fashion statements that stood out if you ask me about this show. I must watch it again and you should too!
  • The infamous apartment building that had everyone addicted - the true definitive show of the 90s! The bed-hopping, the back-stabbing, the bitch-fights - "Melrose" had it all with an obsessive audience to prove it.moreless

    Billy. Alison. Jake. Jo. Matt. Michael. Jane. Sydney. Kimberly. And of course, Amanda. Between 1993 and 1997, "Melrose" was a national addiction - you couldn't look in any direction without seeing it on the cover of magazines, talked about on television, or plastered across billboards. One apartment building, rotating residents, and countless memorable moments with sex, drugs, catfights, affairs, weddings, arson, blackmail, murder - and much more. It had it all, and it set the bar for prime-time dramas (none of which have come close to being in the same league as "Melrose"). Shows like "Desperate Housewives" and "The O.C." cannot compete, no matter how hard they try - and no show will ever be able to. While most series hit slumps in creativity, "Melrose" began slow in its first season, gaining much steam in the second, and became a power-house show in the third and fourth. But like all shows, it did go downhill - and in 1999, its seventh year, the show was finally cancelled. Yet years later everyone still remembers the residents of this memorbale apartment complex.moreless
  • After so many seasons, so many faces and God knows how many affairs, Melrose Place reached its final stop. Its hard to believe it is over but it ended the right way.moreless

    I have followed this show for SO long lol and it's almost unbelievable that it has finally ended. I enjoyed this for many many years but in the end I was kind of sick and tired of all the different affairs, lies and conspirations. Kind of irked me that none of their relationships seemed real in the end. But hey I'm glad Amanda and Peter got their happy ending and that Megan and Ryan finally realized that they are meant to be. Michael my bad boy hahaha I'll never forget him - he always gave me a good laugh and a reason to slap him.

    The Jane and Kyle thing was not the best match if you ask me - Kyle should have stayed with Taylor my all time favorite tramp lol I feel sorry for Eve - that poor girl just never found true happiness and I don't like Peter for letting her go like that.

    Anyway it was about time this ended but it was great as long as it lasted.moreless
  • The best primetime soap opera of the 90's to watch! This primetime soap opera of the spin-off of "Beverly Hills 90210", is about twenty-somethings living in the Los Angeles apartment complex.moreless

    I was a fan of the show since it began. I remember that show started in the summer of 1992, when I was eleven years old and the summer between fifth grade in grade school and about to enter sixth grade in middle school. I was eighteen years old and a senior in high school, when the show ended in the spring of 1999. I remember when the show premiered at the same time when "Knots Landing" a spin-off of "Dallas", kicked off the show's fourteenth and final season. That show is kind of like "Knots Landing". They both have the same thing in common vixens, catfights, romance, weddings, death, and a kidnapping.moreless
  • Good trashy (addictive) fun

    Even though I'm halfway through the third season, I am hooked. There is so much drama and I wish the new show will last as long as this one. Things got off to a slow start, but once Michael started having affairs and Amanda started meddling in everyone's life, and eventually Sydney causing trouble, it got a lot better. There were some story lines that I found boring, like Billy and Alison dating, but the rest of the stories are so ridiculous, that they make the show worth watching.

    It's a better version of 90210 after college, and if you like the drama on 90210, you'd probably enjoy MP.

    And if anyone knows where i can find the video for Wayne's World visits Melrose Place, i'd really like to see that.moreless

    Revenge: Panic at the Tea Party

    If you were able to get past its suspension-of-disbelief issues, Wednesday's episode contained some great plot developments


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    roommate drama, sexual tension, hollywood lifestyle, 90s, keeping secrets