If you like ominous music and a melodramatic voice-over, you're going to love the new trailer for TNT's Dallas reboot! It foreshadows things like barn brawls, a family rain-dancing in oil, and hot people staring at one another.
ABC's Charlie's Angels redux didn't work, and NBC's new take on Wonder Woman never even made it to air. But just like the feature film world — where everything from Footloose to Conan the Barbarian has been recently updated — TV execs continue to mine the vaults in search of more classic titles to reboot.
Carlos Bernard is heading to TNT's new Dallas reboot, Vulture reports.
The 24 alum, who's currently appearing on CSI: Miami, has joined the cast in the recurring role of...
Larry Hagman has been diagnosed with cancer, but doctors have told him it's a highly treatable form that might not impact his return as TV baddie J.R. Ewing on TNT's upcoming Dallas reboot.
Hagman, who turned 80 last month, is still set to report to work on October 17, when production begins on the revived primetime soap. Hagman is confirmed to appear in at least the first four episodes, and it's likely he'll appear in more beyond that. It's unclear whether he'll need to take any time off while undergoing treatment. Insiders say there's a chance that he'll be able to continue on the show in some sort of capacity throughout the first season, which wraps production at the end of January.
Ken Kercheval, Larry Hagman
J.R. Ewing is not going to be happy about this one darn bit: TNT's new Dallas, premiering next summer, has recruited Ken Kercheval to resume his iconic role of Cliff Barnes, the sad-sack oilman who was repeatedly duped by Larry Hagman's scheming J.R. during the soap's original 1978-1991 run.
It wouldn't be Dallas without a good old-fashioned Ewing/Barnes feud. Although TNT's Dallas pilot, set to air in summer 2012, was Barnes-free, I've just learned that Ken Kercheval has signed on to reprise his role as J.R. Ewing's No. 1 nemesis, Cliff Barnes, in....
New heirs and old rivalries are aplenty in Dallas.
TNT aired a sneak peek of its upcoming reboot Monday, offering even more oil-soaked melodrama.
TNT orders Dallas reboot to series
Set to premiere next summer, the series stars originals Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray, as well ...
As the sole journalist invited to Texas for the shooting of TNT's new Dallas pilot, I've had to keep my big mouth shut for two agonizing months as the series awaited an official pick-up. Now that Dallas has finally been ordered to series — premiering in summer 2012 — I can drop a few details about what I saw down at the Southfork Ranch in this continuation of the 1978-1991 prime-time soap.
Ewings new and familiar gather together for the...
Time to head back to Southfork! TNT has ordered the Dallas reboot to series, the network announced Friday.
The 10-episode season will launch in summer 2012. Viewers can get a sneak peek at the new series on Monday in between the season premieres of The Closer (9/8c) and Rizzoli & Isles (10/9c).
Josh Henderson cast in Dallas as the next J.R.
The updated version ...
As the TV season comes to a close, TV Guide Network takes a look back at the best finales of all time.
From the cut-to-black ending of The Sopranos to the vaguely spiritual final act of Lost, Jason Alexander counts down the most unforgettable finales. The special also features interviews with stars of these talked-about finales, including Will & Grace's Megan Mullally, Dallas' Patrick Duffy and Larry Hagman, M*A*S*H's Mike Farrell and The Shield's Walton Goggins.