Cue the pool catfights and nurses who love exploding buildings because "Melrose Place" stars Jack Wagner and Josie Bissett are down to return to the infamous apartment complex.
Though the two reunited in 2016 for the Hallmark Channel film "Wedding March" and its 2017 sequel, "Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love," Bissett and Wagner told TooFab they'd love to get the entire cast from the '90s soap together for a revival.
"I would love to see everybody. I want to do a 'Melrose' reunion show," Bissett said in a joint interview with Wagner about the Hallmark movie set to air this Saturday.
When asked if they'd love to do a "Melrose Place" special or series with their former co-stars, both of them were on board. "Yeah, with the originals," Bissett added.
"Yeah, it would have to be with the originals and it would have to be something really smart and fun, funny, so everybody could be shown in a really nice light, given that we're older," Wagner told TooFab. "How do we write something that's interesting and fun and funny and playful and also dramatic? You'd have to have really good writing for everybody to feel comfortable."
"I think Melrose, during that time in the '90s, it was so unique and I think it's difficult to remake something like that," Bissett added of where she thinks the 2009 CW reboot faltered.
"It is difficult and I just don't think you can do it with new people," Wagner said. "It has to be done with the original people and through them you introduce new people, that's just my personal opinion."
As for where the two think their characters, Dr. Peter Burns and Jane Mancini, would be now, Wagner doesn't think all that much has changed. For those in need of a refresher, Burns ended the show on a private island with Amanda (Heather Locklear) after faking their deaths and tying the knot.
"I think Amanda found a way off [the island], but he's playing 'Cast Away,'" Wagner joked. "He's bearded and spearing fish out there."
For Bissett, her favorite arc was when Jane "grows a backbone" after being raped by Richard Hart (Patrick Muldoon). "She ends up getting revenge, her and Sydney (Laura Leighton)," Bissett explained. "We ended up dragging him into the woods, digging a hole and had the black caps on. We buried him and then they show his hand pop out of the dirt. He's alive! It was fun."
It's wild moments like those people loved back in the day and that the cast quickly realized would be their bread and butter.
"Every script had something a little outlandish we had to make work," reminisced Wagner. "That was the challenge for us as young actors also, is how are we gonna commit to this and really make it believable. That's why I believe the show was so successful because the actors were really committed to the insanity of the show."
"Wedding March 2: Resorting to Love" airs June 17 at 9pm on Hallmark Channel.
Stay tuned Friday for more of Bissett and Wagner's interview about their newest project.