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2009-09-26 11:23:59

The CW network says it has canceled the new U.S.

2009-09-22 10:23:53

Heather Locklear is joining the cast of the updated version of her 1990s nighttime soap opera Melrose Place, the show's producers said Tuesday. Usmagazine.com said the actress is reprising her role of Amanda Woodward on the new series and will make her first appearance Nov.

2009-09-08 18:30:00

PARK RIDGE, N.J., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony high-definition cameras are creating a new "look" for the updated version of a popular TV series. The new "Melrose Place," which premieres Sept.

2009-08-21 16:12:34

Heather Locklear is in negotiations to reprise her role of Amanda Woodward in the upcoming Melrose Place spinoff, sources told E! News. Locklear played the advertising executive and apartment complex landlady on the original series from 1992 to 1999. Her other TV credits include Dynasty, T.J.

2009-06-19 14:02:15

Actress Josie Bissett has agreed to be a guest star on the updated version of the U.S.

2009-06-19 09:13:42

Heather Locklear's publicist said the U.S.

2009-05-21 18:31:54

The CW announced it has picked up the new U.S. shows Melrose Place, The Vampire Diaries and The Beautiful Life for its 2009-2010 season.

2009-04-06 13:26:17

U.S. actress Laura Leighton has signed up to reprise her Melrose Place character of scheming Sydney in the upcoming remake of the 1990s nighttime soap opera. Zap2it.com said it got the news from the producers of Melrose, the new show that will air on The CW this fall if the pilot gets picked up.

2009-03-29 11:43:45

Candy Spelling, widow of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling, says she is selling her Los Angeles home that once hosted countless stars for $150 million.

2009-03-19 08:10:00

US actress Heather Locklear has opted not to appear in the updated version of her 1990s TV series Melrose Place, a source says.

Word of the Day
  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
  • In medicine, cauterization.
The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.