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Melrose Place (Classic Series), Season 1TV-14Closed Captioning

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Move in to television's most fabulous apartment complex. The guilty pleasure begins when Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Daphne Zuniga, Doug Savant, Grant Show, Heather Locklear, Josie Bissett, and Thomas Calabro star as cool 20-somethings who scheme, scandalize, and seduce each other in a trendy L.A. apartment building where "love thy neighbor" is often taken to new and dramatic extremes.

Customer Reviews

utterly addicting...

By the time you get through the first season of this classic 1990's series you will be utterly addicted. Melrose Place is absolutley gripping television and you'll find yourself totally emersed in the crazy world of this show with all it's back-stabbing, scheming and soapy melodrama. This show was my entire life in the 1990's.

Melrose uninterrupted....

It is SO much fun to re watch this show now as an adult. I remember I had to get all sneaky to watch it as a kid cause my parents were uber conservative and thought any Spelling production was the devil. Because of that i am realizing i missed a lot of plot from all the switching to PBS when my parents would walk by my room.
I also rebember that this was like the first show i ever saw with a gay main character (who wasn't dying of AIDS) and i thought he was so cool.
Mainly when i watch it now though i just cringe at the fashion of the early 90's.
I am so buying more seasons.

We called it "Melhose"...

... and it was an indispensable part of our Mondays. The writers, actors, and definitely the wardrobe coordinators must have all been laughing their heads off. This is a drama of people who always make the wrong decision. We were their age, out of college and diving into the big Oyster of L.A., and laughing along with the script writers. "Hey that happened to me!" was pretty common too. It was like the greatest teaching example of what NOT to do in life. I am going to enjoy every minute all over again.