Three weeks after television icon Larry Hagman passed away due to complications from cancer, “Dallas” is lining up its own funeral for Hagman’s famed alter ego J.R. Ewing. TVLine reports that “Dallas” will lay one of television’s greatest villains to rest on the eighth episode of the upcoming season, which will air on March 11 […]
Tourists and locals flocked to Southfork Ranch, home of “Dallas,” to bring flowers in memory of Larry Hagman.
The writers and producers of TNT’s”Dallas” now face the challenge of creating a storyline that will do justice to the iconic status of their star, Larry Hagman. Details …
Hollywood is reacting with sadness and fond memories in the wake of the news that Larry Hagman has died. Hagman, 81, died in a Dallas hospital Friday afternoon. Latest details …
Television legend Larry Hagman has passed away, according to reports. The man who became famous not only for his iconic take as J.R. Ewing on “Dallas” but also for his role on “I Dream of Jeanie” died at 4:20 p.m. on Friday afternoon at a hospital in Dallas, according to Dallas Morning News. According to […]
We knew it had to happen and here it is: TNT is luring a “Knots Landing” super-couple to back “Dallas” for Season 2.
Cowboys, stetsons, bucking broncos and J.R. masks — it could only be the arrival of “Dallas” in London.
Wednesday nights are not going to be the same without J.R.’s eyebrows. Wednesday’s season finale of TNT’s “Dallas” did not go the cliched route of ending with somebody shooting J.R. (Larry Hagman) or version 2.0, John Ross (Josh Henderson). Instead it went out with a metaphorical bang, as storylines converged around one man: J.R.’s lifelong […]
Guess who’s back, back again? J.R’s back. Tell a friend. After a few episodes of post-taped spliced in scenes while the man, the, myth, and the eyebrows were in Vegas, J.R.(Larry Hagman) is back where he belongs, in the center of the action, in good old Texas. This week’s episode of “Dallas” traded in most […]
J.R. here. I have dispatched Bum to purchase every single issue of this week’s Entertainment Weekly since I am on the cover — as well I should be. Do you think any of the “Twilight” and “Vampire Diaries” whippersnappers will be on magazine covers when they are 81 years old? I don’t cotton to that […]