'Melrose Place' Cast to Reunite Remotely for 'Stars in the House'


The cast of the 1990s soap, "Melrose Place," will be reuniting for a remote special on the "Stars in the House" benefit series for The Actors Fund.

The series is hosted by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley and highlights special reunion features on YouTube. For the past few weeks, they've highlighted favorites from the casts of "Frasier," "Glee," "Desperate Housewives," "SCTV," and "Taxi."

The series has also featured original Broadway casts from "Spring Awakening" and "Les Miserables" among others.

On Tuesday, the series episode will feature the "Melrose Place" cast as they think fondly of their memories from the West Hollywood apartment. Viewers have the option of donating to The Actors Fund while they watch.

The series is interactive, allowing viewers to submit questions in real time for the cast, Deadline reports.

Wesley said of the show, "Seth and I believe that in this time of social distancing and isolation, much happiness can be found by seeing familiar faces from shows beloved by the whole world. We call these shows comfort TV. And we plan on having even more every week, along with our beloved theatre pals - all for The Actors Fund."

All proceeds will go towards COVID-19 efforts through The Actors Fund.

Viewers can watch the series on the "Stars in the House" website as well as The Actors Fund's YouTube page.

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