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The world lost an icon on November 24 when Larry Hagman passed away while working on the second season of TNT's Dallas, and now TV Line has learned how the show plans to deal with his passing.
Video - Linda Grey Remembers Her Dallas Co-Star
Reportedly the season's eighth episode, scheduled to air March 11, will revolve around J.R. Ewing's funeral. In real life, Hagman was laid to rest at the end of November, and will have his ashes scattered all over the world.
Video - Larry's Son Opens Up About His Father's Legacy
The episode is rumored to bring back a significant number of Dallas alums, many whom have not yet returned for the hugely successful TNT reboot.
Dallas premieres January 28 on TNT.
Pics - Then/Now: The cast of 'Dallas' »
I'm still recovering from Black Friday weekend in retail, plus I focused on covering Liz & Dick last night, which was a trainwreck that will replay on cable networks for decades, but only as a PSA against traiditional marriage and an alcoholism PSA. So we're Crowdsourcing the Meme today, but I have some things to get you started.
We'll have more on the passing of legendary actor Larry Hagman later today, but as someone who can count "Who Shot Jr?" as a major memory of my childhood, I wanted to note his passing over the weekend from complications due to cancer. Patrick Duffy and Linda Grey were at his side when he died in Dallas this weekend, and our thoughts are with his friends and family.
At this week’s press day for the upcoming return of the drama series Dallas, premiering on TNT on June 13th – and starring original cast members Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Grey, along with a whole new line-up of actors – Jordana Brewster took some time to speak with Collider about what drew her to television and this show and character, in particular. While we’ll post what she had to say about being a part of Dallas closer to the show’s premiere, we did want to share what she had to say about her involvement in the Fast and Furious franchise. Although she hasn’t yet gotten to read the script for the next installment (tentatively called Fast and Furious 6) , she was able to speculate a bit about how Mia might deal with motherhood, possibly getting to shoot the film in the UK, her hopes that she’ll get to be more active, »
- Christina Radish
Hold onto your cowboy hats!"Dallas" -- the popular primetime soap opera that ran from 1978-1991 -- is coming back this summer on TNT. Larry Hagman, Linda Grey and Patrick Duffy will be reprising their roles as J.R., Sue Ellen, and Bobby Ewing.Of course, there's a new, super hot generation of Texan oil tycoons, including Josh Henderson, Jordana Brewster, Jesse Metcalfe and Julie Gonzalo. Josh will play J.R. and Sue Ellen's hotheaded son John Ross Ewing, while Jesse will play Bobby's adopted son Christopher. Jordana and Julie play their love interests.A promo photo for the series was just released featuring the cast in the shower the tagline, "They're back. And no you're not dreaming" -- a nod to the infamous scene from the original series where Bobby was found alive in a steamy shower stall and his death was part of a dream.Are you excited about the "Dallas" remake? »
- tooFab Staff
4 items from 2012
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