Would you be upset if Melrose 2.0 was cancelled?
It’s looking more and more likely that Melrose Place just isn’t the cool apartment complex it once was in the 90’s. Apparently the CW network is still deciding whether the program should be picked up for another season – but things don’t look good for new California kids like Katie Cassidy and Michael Rady.
“We hope Melrose Place picks up steam. We’re gonna air all the episodes in a row,” CW president Dawn Ostroff tells E! Online. “We’ve made the show a little bit lighter, a little happier, a little brighter, and I think we’ve made some good creative changes. We’re going to see how the audience responds.”
Bottom line: if the ‘bright and happy’ changes don’t work, the show is dunzo.
As for CW’s other borderline show, Life Unexpected, Dawn is sunnier about its chances of survival. “Creatively, Life Unexpected is at a great place, and it’s doing well…I would say it’s got a real shot at this point.”