Heather Locklear is returning to “Melrose Place” in a reboot with series OGs Daphne Zuniga, Laura Leighton

New drama, same address.

Melrose Place is getting the reboot treatment again, but this time with original stars Heather Locklear, Daphne Zuniga, and Laura Leighton returning to stir up trouble.

Entertainment Weekly has learned that CBS Studios is currently developing a Melrose Place reboot, based on the series created by Darren Star, written and executive produced by Lauren Gussis (Insatiable).

<p>Aaron Spelling Prods/courtesy Everett Collection</p> Heather Locklear in 'Melrose Place'

Aaron Spelling Prods/courtesy Everett Collection

Heather Locklear in 'Melrose Place'

Now, you may recall this isn't the first time Melrose has been rebooted, lest we forget — and we've tried — 2009's Melrose Place 2.0, which killed of Leighton's character Sydney Andrews in the first seven minutes of the entire series.

No, this reboot hopes to get it right by including some of the original cast, starting with the show's most popular character, HBIC Amanda Woodward (Locklear). Zuniga, who is also serving as a producer, will reprise her role as Jo Reynolds.

According to the new series logline, when one of their dearest friends dies suddenly, the OG residents of Melrose Place gather to honor the deceased. But the pressure cooker of a reunion soon uncovers old traumas, rekindles old romances, reignites old resentments, and reveals new secrets… throwing our characters into chaotic drama that’s reminiscent of the past, but with a much more modern perspective.

A spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210, also created by Starr, Melrose Place premiered in the summer of 1992 on the then fledgling Fox network. The primetime soap followed the incestious goings-on of a small West Hollywood apartment complex and its sexy residents. It proved a cultural phenomenon, cementing Locklear as the premier bitch on television for the rest of the '90s and well into the '00s.

Not much else is known about the upcoming reboot but be on the lookout for any and all suspicious wigs.

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