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It's Confirmed! Dallas Definitely Comin' Back To TV, Y'all!

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Dallas Reboots

Dallas, a popular 80s television series, centered around resentful rivalries and power struggles within a Texan oil and cattle-ranching dynasty.

The prime time soap opera ran from 1978 to 1991 before it finished, leaving its audience shocked with the jaw-dropping, almost David Lynch-like final scene.

Sound juicy? We know!! It gets better…

Known for its wealth, sex, intrigue and drama, Dallas is being REBOOTED on TNT with an order of ten episodes to begin airing summer 2012.

Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT, states:

TNT has explored the possibility of an updated version of Dallas for several years, but it wasn’t until we read Cynthia Cidre’s outstanding pilot script that we knew we had the foundation for a great new series.

The reincarnation will star Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo and Brenda Strong. Dallas veterans Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray will be returning as well.

Oooh! We are VERY excited about this. Jesse Metcalfe? Drama? Sex? OH, YES PLEASE!

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11 comments to “It's Confirmed! Dallas Definitely Comin' Back To TV, Y'all!”



  1. 1

    The best soap EVER.



  2. 2

    of course it is, what would hollywood be without rehashing old films, TV shows, again and again and again… not a genuine creative writer in this city. horrible bosses- anyone remember 9 to 5?



  3. 3

    So, even the exec's at the networks have fake or no college degree. That's peachy. They can't even come up with something original anymore. It's disgusting how they have to cater to the mindless twits that make up Generation Y and Z.



  4. 4

    How did the final show end? I forget!



  5. 5

    Great news … the new Dallas cast pic with both the younger and iconic cast looks incredible. Linda Gray looks fabulous!



  6. 6

    Re: be strong – the last show ended with JR supposedly shooting himself after a boring "A Wonderful Life" episode. There were two movies since then … JR is alive and well. Bobby and Sue Ellen run Ewing Oil.



  7. 7

    I definitely want to watch it!



  8. 8

    the real news out of the city of Dallas is that artists, musicians, and writers there are leading an art and media revolution against what corporate art has become, and for the best of quality in arts. It's very exciting and it has nothing to do with Hollywood phoniness for sure!



  9. 9

    redy2swet: thanks for telling me. I guess I didn't see it. Sometimes, when a show is ending, I can't watch it because it makes me feel sad and nostalgic. I guess this was the case here.



  10. 10

    Re: youdontknowjacque – Do I remember 9 to 5?????? What a way to make a living!!!!!!



  11. 11

    But will it be any good? And where is Lucy?