Lisa Rinna, the star of the hit '90s TV series, heard the rumor that it will be brought by The CW.
Stemming on the trend of refurbishing old shows and put them in a new package, there's a talk that '90s hit drama "Melrose Place" will be brought back on small screen. Its former star Lisa Rinna told E!'s Marc Malkin that there is a possibility the show will be developed by The CW.
"I've heard a rumor of them bringing back the show like they did 90210," Rinna said at TV Guide's post-Emmy party. "I heard that it's somewhere at the CW." When asked further on how far she will participate, Rinna said that she would reprise her role as Taylor McBride "in a heartbeat".
The CW picked up the spin-off of "Beverly Hills, 90210" by introducing younger cast and new twist of story. However, the studio said that there is no plan on the comeback of "Melrose Place".
The original "Melrose Place" ended on season 7 in May 1999. FOX reasoned that the ratings had declined over the years and the cost of production just did not add up.