J.R. Ewing is gone, but his presence still looms large on “Dallas” – along with the influence of the actor who made the conniving oilman one of television’s most beloved characters.
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.
An asteroid coming close to the earth next week doesn’t have much of a name. But then again, it is just passing by.
The 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.
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.
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 North Texas Food Bank rolls out a new campaign and hosts a sorting party to celebrate 30 years of service.
The 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 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 original version of the TV show, “Dallas” painted a tall tale of cowboy hats, big ranches and oil tycoons with Texas twangs. Does that image persist?
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.