The man best known for his role as J.R. Ewing on the television show “Dallas” has died.
Cowboys, stetsons, bucking broncos and J.R. masks — it could only be the arrival of “Dallas” in London. The show’s stars launched the rebooted series overseas on Tuesday night.
The reboot of the television series “Dallas” premiered on Wednesday to an average audience of 6.8 million viewers, making it the top scripted cable series premiere so far this year.
The Ewing family is back on television. A new generation of the famous family returns to the screen on Wednesday night in an updated version of the classic “Dallas” series.
Cast and crew of TNT’s new series DALLAS came out to celebrate the world premiere Thursday night at the Windpear Opera House. The red carpet was rolled out for the original stars of the iconic CBS series that aired from 1978-1991.
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.
On March 21, 1980, 90 million TV viewers tuned in to see what was long anticipated to happen: J.R. Ewing was shot! On the #1 primetime drama, Dallas!
For North Texans, one of the best parts of TNT’s new “Dallas” was how producers decided to forgo Hollywood in favor of filming here in, well, Dallas!
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.
A character who made plotting deals in the oil industry his passion has returned to the city where it began.
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.