TNT announced on Tuesday that its hit drama series “Dallas” has been renewed for a full third season.
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.
Syndication in the TV industry is the process of selling shows to local stations in various markets around the country. It is, for many stations, their lifeblood for existence.
Larry Hagman’s passing served a double blow to the cast and crew of “Dallas.” Not only had they just lost a friend, but they also had to write J.R. Ewing off of the show.
The late Larry Hagman will be on television screens once again on Wednesday night, in an appearance taped not long before his death in November at age 81.
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.
Fans of late actor Larry Hagman gathered at Southfork Ranch in Parker to remember the man behind the popular “Dallas” villain.
People all over the world, and in his hometown of Weatherford, are remembering Larry Hagman, one of televisions most beloved villians.
Larry Hagman’s family is requesting that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to his foundation, which supports arts education in North Texas.
North Texans and people from around the world celebrate the life of actor Larry Hagman.
The man best known for his role as J.R. Ewing on the television show “Dallas” has died.