it has been confirmed that the la complex is yet another programme to meet its maker and has now been confirmed that the series has now ended are any programmes safe for more that a couple seasons now a days
In my younger days, I fit the LA Complex profile. A native New Yorker living in "The Villa Elaine" on Vine Street (a few blocks from "Hollywood & Vine")--The LA Complex circa late 1970s. I'm now in my 50s and love this show. Sorta brings back memories. There are compelling backstories that are clearly indicative of the pull-and-tug of fame and aspirations thereabouts with surprisingly decent acting (for the most part). They have to be careful not to let the show become a parody of itself but I'm not only watching, I look forward to the show each week and have family members (young and old) tuning in too.
Stuck at home with the flu, desperate for some tv I checked out this series. I expected a terrible show the likes of 90210 (the new one) minus the money, but was pleasantly surprised and watched the hole pilot and more. By the time andy and connor were talking about morning-after-pill I even figured out, that it must be a Canadian production and that makes all the difference. Every character is special in their own way. There are some chlichs (the dancer turned stripper turned porn-star) but everyone has their own history and flaws. And that apartement building is awsome: live music performance every night, a party every other night, and during the day a huge swimminpool. Who wouldn't want to live there (broke or not)?
The 1st episode wasn't that bad meaning ok. Seems similar to "Melrose Pl.", just hope it doesn't the way "Melrose" did. Had some quirky lines in the 1st episode but so far no character really stands out, I guessve aide they are all struggling to make it in the ever-changing entertainment industry.