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'Dallas': How Jesse Metcalfe Bonded With On-Screen Father Patrick Duffy (Video)

  When  Jesse Metcalfe  returns to the small screen in TNT’s  Dallas  reboot, he’ll be joining a longstanding tradition of family dysfunction as Christopher, the adopted son of Bobby Ewing ( Patrick Duffy ). In an interview with  The Hollywood Reporter , the actor spoke openly about developing his relationship with returning  Dallas  vets Duffy, Larry Hagman  and  Linda Gray  – as well as adding real-life fuel to his on-screen feud with cousin John Ross, played by  Josh Henderson . Read More... //

TNT Announces 'Dallas,' 'Falling Skies' Web Shows

  AMC does it with  The Walking Dead , now TNT is getting in on the game. As the cable network readies the launches of two scripted dramas,  Dallas  and returning sci-fi series  Falling Skies,  it announced Wednesday that it will debut post-episode web shows for both series. The new 15-minute talk shows,  2nd Watch (following  Falling Skies ) and  Dallas Round-Up (following  Dallas) , will feature discussions on the week's episodes, interviews with cast and crew, behind-the-scenes footage, fan questions and trivia. Read More... //

Meet The Characters of TNT's 'Dallas'

Get to know the new faces at Southfork and the actors that play them before TNT's 'Dallas' premieres June 13 at 9 PM ET/PT. //

'Dallas' sneak peek: Let the games begin

The mother of all nighttime dramas is less than two months away from making its return to TV. And to ramp up the excitement about the newest iteration/continuation of "Dallas," TNT has put out an extended promo for the soap.The series catches up with the Ewing family 21 years after the long-running show left the air. It features original cast members Larry Hagman,Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray. Added to the familiar faces are their now grown-up children John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe). From the looks of it, the infighting and backstabbing are going to be just as memorable as they were the first time around."The audience is going to have the comfort of the familiar but this really special chemistry of the new," says Brenda Strong, who plays Bobby's new wife Ann."Dallas" premieres June 13 on TNT with back-to-back episodes.Here's the video...... //

New 'Dallas' Promo Shares What's Inside the Characters' Head

Bobby hopes that his and J.R.'s sons stay out of the family's feuds, but it does not prevent the young Ewings from clenching their fists when seeing each other. //

First Look: Dallas Honors Miss Ellie

J.R., Sue Ellen, Bobby, Ray, Cliff and Lucy will be back at Southfork when TNT's Dallas premieres June 13, but one original cast member will not return. Barbara Bel Geddes , who played beloved matriarch Miss Ellie, passed away in 2005, and the series will explain that her...  //

TNT Releases Hot and Sweaty Photo From New Series ‘Dallas’

Things are heating for TNT’s new series   Dallas . The channel has released a hot and steamy  photo of the cast reenacting the famous Bobby Ewing shower scene which revealed to viewers the whole series had been a dream. Let’s hope this new version  will stray far from the original ending.  Dallas  premieres on Wednesday, June 13 at 9/8c on TNT. But until then enjoy this new cast photo. Read More...

Dallas (TNT) Trailer and Extended Sneak Peek

If you can’t wait for  TNT’s retelling of  Dallas , then how about  a new trailer  and an extended sneak peek? The series will premiere in summer 2012 on TNT starring a new cast including Josh Henderson ( 90210 ), Jesse Metcalfe ( John Tucker Must Die ), Jordana Brewster ( Fast & Furious ), Julie Gonzalo ( Veronica Mars ) and Brenda Strong ( Desperate Housewives ). They will be joined by iconic stars Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray and Larry Hagman as J.R. Ewing. Read More... //  

'Dallas': Producers of TNT series staying faithful to original

The new "Dallas" that debuts in the summer is not a remake or a reboot. TNT really, really wants you to know that.In fact, executive producer Cynthia Cidre says, she never gave any thought to trying to remake the legendary drama. Instead, she chose to pick up the story of the Ewings 20 years later, with J.R. (Larry Hagman), Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) fully involved."I couldn't imagine making a remake," Cidre said Saturday (Jan. 14) at the TV critics' press tour. "That would just be -- I don't know. We've seen it. There were 357 episodes. These lovely actors were, thank goodness, still around and wanted to be in the show, and it just seemed natural to catch up with the Ewing family we loved 20 years later and see where they were at this point in their lives."The show will focus heavily on the rivalry between J.R.'s son John Ross... //

'Nurse Jackie' hosts another 'Sopranos' reunion; '24' star Carlos Bernard heads to 'Dallas'

Bite-sized pieces of TV news for your afternoon/early evening enjoyment:- "Nurse Jackie" star Edie Falco and her former "Sopranos" sister-in-law, Aida Turturro, will work together again on the Showtime series this season. Turturro will only appear in one "Jackie" episode, but it's a "pivotal" role. The show has also cast Oscar winner Joel Grey as a patient suffering from dementia. [Showtime]Former "24" good/bad/good guy Carlos Bernard has taken a recurring part on TNT's reboot of "Dallas." He's set to play a Venezuelan businessman who has dealings with J.R. (Larry Hagman). [Vulture]In other TNT casting news, Jane Seymour, Peter Weller and Beau Bridges will all guest on the coming season of "Franklin & Bash." Seymour will play Bash's (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) hippie mom in an episode, while Bridges will reprise his role as Franklin's (Breckin Meyer) estranged dad in another. Weller will guest in the same episode as Bridges as an aging rock star. [TNT]Former "Lost" writer... //