By David Hiltbrand
August 31, 1992 12:00 PM

You have to give superproducer Aaron Spelling credit. He’ll work a hit concept to death. This year he’s been madly cloning his Beverly Hills, 90210 cash cow.

First there was Melrose Place. This week he takes the wraps off The Heights (see review). Soon he will unveil The Round Table on NBC. Different casts, different titles. But under the surface—and this is Spelling’s genius—they’re exactly the same show: a group of young studs and babes struggling with life and love.

Spelling certainly gives the people what they want. He just doesn’t know when to stop.