Larry Hagman as J.R. Ewing on Dallas (Photo: Zade Rosenthal/TNT)

The Collected Wit and Wisdom of J.R. Ewing from the ‘Dallas’ Premiere

The new version of “Dallas” premiered Tuesday night on TNT. Though it has been more than thirty years since America wondered who shot J.R., Larry Hagman’s iconic villain again stole the show, with viewers taking to Twitter to cheer his every move. DVR Next Week’s Episode of “Dallas” @cameron_Gray astutely observed, “Imagining if Twitter was […]

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Linda Gray in Dallas (Mark Seliger/TNT)

Linda Gray: ‘Dallas’ Producers Wanted Another Actress to Play Sue Ellen

“Dallas’s” Sue Ellen Ewing (Linda Gray) was arguably television’s first desperate housewife — a wealthy woman who turned to alcohol to deal with her husband’s infidelities. Fortunately, the 21st century has been very, very good to Sue Ellen. On the new “Dallas” (Wednesday, June 13 at 9/8c on TNT), Sue Ellen is a power player. […]

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Larry Hagman in "Dallas" (TNT)

‘Dallas’: Larry Hagman Reveals How ‘Who Shot J.R.?’ Made Him Rich

Viewers of a certain age remember exactly where they were when they learned who shot J.R. back in 1980. “It’s almost like when someone was assassinated,” says Larry Hagman, who starred as “Dallas’s”  villainous oil baron for thirteen years. Even those born decades later know exactly who J.R. is, and recognize the storyline as the […]

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Patrick Duffy in Dallas (TNT)

Patrick Duffy Reveals Secrets of Bobby Ewing’s Most Memorable ‘Dallas’ Scenes

Bobby Ewing, of the piercing blue eyes and the lustrous brown feathered hair, was the iconic romantic hero of 1980s television. “Dallas” fans were devastated when he died, and shocked when he reappeared, alive and well, two years later. Though his thick hair is a little greyer now, Patrick Duffy still has the baby blues […]

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Larry Hagman as J.R. Ewing in Dallas (Mark Seliger/TNT)

Cancer Can’t Keep Larry Hagman From All-New ‘Dallas’

J.R. (Larry Hagman), Bobby (Patrick Duffy) and Sue Ellen Ewing (Linda Gray) are all back on Southfork for the 2012 version of TNT’s all-new “Dallas,” but for a while it looked as if Hagman might be sidelined when he was diagnosed with cancer. “[My health is] wonderful,” the 80-year-old actor told XfinityTV.com in a one-on-one […]

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