Southfork Ranch Still Draws "Dallas" FansThe white two-story home with stately pillars overlooking a North Texas pasture where longhorns roam is instantly recognizable. This is the power seat of the Ewing family.
Network: Funeral Coming For J.R. Ewing On New 'Dallas' 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 Gather In Parker To Remember HagmanFans of late actor Larry Hagman gathered at Southfork Ranch in Parker to remember the man behind the popular "Dallas" villain.
Rebooted "Dallas" Launches In LondonCowboys, 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.
New "Dallas" Draws More Folks To SouthforkThe renewed interest in oil scoundrel J.R. Ewing and the rest of the "Dallas" clan has attracted more visitors to their TV show home of Southfork Ranch, about 20 miles northeast of Dallas.
The New "Dallas" Set To Premiere On TNTThe 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.
An Inside Look At TNT's Revamped "Dallas" SeriesFor 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!
It's Official - New 'Dallas' TV series Will Be Shot In DallasBack 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.
J.R. To Be Shot In Dallas 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.
Families Of Fallen Soldiers Honored With Snowball ExpressThe Snowball Express is in town! Over 1,000 spouses and children of fallen service members are in North Texas for a five day free vacation.