When it comes to taking complex social issues and transforming them into pudding to be consumed by what Bill seemingly views as the Lowest-Common-Denominator consumer (his fans), Bill Simmons suffers from “Bill Simmons Syndrome Syndrome.’’
The city of Weatherford is planning to honor actor Larry Hagman with a life-sized statue. Space for the statue has been cleared in the city’s new Heritage Park.
This year the world said goodbye to many famous public figures and celebrities. We can’t cover them all here in a blog but I will cover those who made contributions to the CBS Television Network that has made it the most successful television network in the history of mankind:
J.R. Ewing will get a send-off with a proper funeral on “Dallas.” The network that airs the new “Dallas: television show said the program will feature a funeral for Larry Hagman’s memorable character at some point.
The rebooted TV show ‘Dallas’ will debut on June 15, but before it even hits the screen there is already talk of it being renewed for another season. City of Dallas officials want to make sure if that happens, the filming will continue in Big D.
Larry Hagman has been diagnosed with cancer. The 80-year-old actor famous for playing J.R. Ewing on the CBS show “Dallas” made the announcement in a statement Friday.
Back in the day, if you said “Dallas” to anyone, they would ask you if you knew J.R. Ewing. Well, the Ewing clan is back and the city of Dallas has been selected as the location to shoot the all-new television series.
The saga of Southfork Ranch is returning to TV, and the City of Dallas is proud to finally say that J.R. will be shot here.
They were the shots heard around the world. Two .38 caliber slugs to the gut took “Dallas” from a primetime guilty pleasure to a pop-culture phenomenon.