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Jackie K. Cooper: Dallas Returns With All Guns Blazing

Dallas hit the ground running when it returned to television on TNT last year. A new group of young people were added to the mix with veteran characters Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy), J. R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) and Suellen Ewing (Linda Gray) returning. As the season progressed other cast members from the original series returned. The new "youngsters" on the show were Josh Henderson as J. R. and Suellen's son John Ross; Jesse Metcalfe as Booby and Pam's son Christopher; Jordana Brewster as Elena; and Julie Gonzalo as Rebecca. Read More... //

'Dallas' Premiere: J.R. Helps Sue Ellen Out Of A Jam

" Dallas " returned to kickstart the swan song for the late Larry Hagman's J.R. Ewing. But in these first two hours, J.R. was just as devilish and spry as ever. Plus, he proved his genuine feelings for Sue Ellen after her devastating loss in the gubernatorial campaign. The doctor she'd bribed came forward, leaving Sue Ellen with no political office and facing criminal charges. But her old beau swooped in to help as only J.R. can. He pulled a few strings, and used a little blackmail to get the charges dropped. But for all his dark misdeeds that are so fun to watch, this is a J.R. that knows what he is. He seems to balance thoughtful regret with his unending machinations and ambition. Read More... //

'Dallas' Season 2: J.R. Ewing - Patrick Duffy and others tackle 'the mystery of what's happened'

Even if it didn't have to deal with a pivotal death, there would be much new in Season 2 of "Dallas."TNT's reboot of the 1978-91 CBS serial resumes Monday, Jan. 28, with the ever-wily J.R. Ewing still present. Larry Hagman had completed five of the new episodes at the time of his death in November, and by necessity as well as the desire to give the actor and character a fitting send-off, the show will focus on J.R.'s sudden absence in an episode tentatively slated for Monday, March 11."Every episode will have it," executive producer Cynthia Cidre tells Zap2it of "Dallas" retaining the spirit of J.R. once he departs. "And also [Ewing family patriarch] Jock's. He died in the third season [of the original series], and his presence has been felt forever. I think J.R. will always be with the show, but for this season at a minimum, it's the mystery of what's happened to... //

'Dallas' Season 2 Preview: 6 Teases for the Dramatic New Season

There's always drama on Southfork, and the second season of TNT's Dallas reboot is ready to raise the stakes. Last season included plenty of murder, betrayal, hidden identities, and familial backstabbing. //

Dallas' Julie Gonzalo on Unleashing the Real Rebecca: "You Can’t Underestimate Her"

Watch out, Southfork: There's a new Pamela Barnes in Dallas . On the Season 1 finale of the TNT reboot, it was revealed that Christopher Ewing's estranged wife and baby mama was not actually soft-spoken small town girl Rebecca Sutter, but Pamela Rebecca Barnes, the daughter of longtime Ewing family rival ... //

Dallas (TNT) Season 2 Premiere 2012 “Battle Lines; Venomous Creatures”

Dallas (TNT) Season 2 premiere "Battle Lines; Venomous Creatures" airs Monday, January 28 at 9 p.m. on TNT. Synopsis:  Battle Lines – The battle for  Ewing Energies heats up as Christopher and John Ross clash over opposing visions for the company. As Christopher seeks to gain the upper hand in his divorce from Rebecca Sutter, a game-changing revelation turns everything on its head, causing the entire family to put their differences aside and rally together — except for John Ross, who uses J.R.’s dirty little tricks to take revenge on Christopher and Elena. Meanwhile, Ann is blackmailed by her ex-husband, Harris Ryland, forcing her and Bobby to confront a shocking secret from Ann’s past. READ MORE...

The Cast of 'Dallas': Season 2 on 'Steroids' and Larry Hagman's Legacy

Things are about to get even more dramatic in Southfork as TNT's hit reboot Dallas stampedes back to the airwaves on January 28 with a two-hour premiere. Show stars Josh Henderson, Julie Gonzalo, and Jordana Brewster's characters might not see eye-to-eye on much, but the actors can all agree the second season is looking even more scandalous than the first. //

Dallas Season 2 Spoilers: What Happens to J.R.?

Who shot J.R. ... this time? The new Dallas reboot hoped to keep J.R. going for some time, but with the tragic death of actor Larry Hagman, something had to happen to explain his sudden disappearance. According to TV Guide Magazine (via TVLine), J.R. will be murdered by an unknown assailant toward the middle of the show's second season, which starts January 28. J.R.'s funeral will air on March 11. "We all felt having J.R. die of natural causes would have been completely inappropriate,... //

Dallas Welcomes Back Mandy Winger and Cally Harper

J.R. Ewing is about to be laid to rest at Southfork, but not before getting one last visit from two of the sexy, big-haired bimbos he romanced back in the day. //

'Dallas': Patrick Duffy will be 'acting my a** off' in Larry Hagman tribute episode

Patrick Duffy goes back to work on "Dallas" at the end of this week, doing a much-anticipated episode he realizes will be sad, yet maintains will be joyous as well.The story in question -- the farewell to J.R. Ewing, the truly iconic character played by the recently deceased Larry Hagman -- will be televised several weeks into Season 2 of TNT's reboot of the classic serial, which begins Monday, Jan. 28.New developments on the show include Bobby Ewing's (Duffy) discovery that he has a stepdaughter (cast newcomer Emma Bell), but J.R. and Hagman still are integral to the first six episodes. And Duffy confirms the character and actor will continue to loom large over the series."I've read it, so I know what it is, and I know how it's going to play out." Duffy tells Zap2it of the show's goodbye to J.R. "The anticipation I have of doing it is probably different than almost anyone's,... //