Larry Hagman had filmed several episodes of Season 2 of TNT's "Dallas" when he died on Friday, and producers of the show will give him a befitting send-off.
Producers of the show will now begin work on the send-off for his character, J.R. Ewing, Access Hollywood has learned.
The actor had completed several episodes of Season 2, which premieres on January 28.
He will still appear in the show's Season 2.
After releasing a joint statement late Friday night on behalf of the production ...
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