Erica Kane, J.R. Ewing and Barnabas Collins Among TV Guide's 60 Nastiest TV Villains

Who are the 60 Greatest TV Villains of All-Time? TV Guide Magazine's Bruce Fretts and Matt Roush listed their picks for the dubious distinctions in the March 25-April 7 issue of the magazine.

It should come as no surprise that many suds evil-doers made the cut, including Dallas' late, great J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) at No.1; Dynasty devil Alexis Colby (Joan Collins) at No. 7 and Dark Shadows' Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) at No. 8. READ MORE

PC #65: Dallas, Sizzurp, Murdered Vaginas and Scandalous Spring Breakers

On today's Pop Confidential podcast Jamey Giddens, Luke Kerr, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura and Melodie Aikels dish the latest episodes of primetime sudsers Dallas, Scandal and Pretty Little Liars. They also dive into Lil Wayne's sizzurp situation. Did TMZ get the story wrong?

Justin Timberlake is back in fine form with The 20/20 Experience; while James Franco and several Disney/ABC Family princesses get freaky in Spring Breakers. Oh, and Amanda Bynes wants Drake to "murder" her vagina.

All this and much more on today’s Pop Confidential podcast!  READ MORE

The Ewings Hunt For Answers on Dallas!

Last week's explosion rocked the Ewing family on Dallas. In the aftermath, the scheming Texans must hunt to find out who is responsible for the tragedy.

In tonight's episode, entitled "Guilt & Innocence", Sue Ellen (Linda Gray) reaches out to Ken Richards, portrayed by The Six Million Dollar Man alum Lee Majors. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Majors previews the role.

“She calls on me to help her do a favor business-wise, and of course she does mention that she’s been wanting to call me, but it was always hard to pick up the phone,” Majors reveals. “It’s a little business and a little pleasure, just put it that way.”

Watch the trailer for Dallas' "Guilt & Innocence" after the jump!    READ MORE

Wishful Storytelling: Why Now is The Perfect Time For Warner Horizon to Do Knots Landing 2.0

Star-crossed lovers Gary and Valene Ewing (Ted Shackelford and Joan Van Ark) shared a reunion on Monday night's episode of TNT's Dallas that was more bitter than sweet. The way brilliant Dallas 2.0 writer Cynthia Cidre has it scripted, Gary and Val—who were blissfully reunited at the end of Knots Landing and still together in 1997 reunion movie Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac—have now split, due to Gary falling off the wagon and bankrupting the couple!

While the Knots fan boy in me was a bit brokenhearted to learn Gary and Val hadn't lived a life of happy barbecues with neighbors Karen and Mac Mackenzie (Michele Lee and Kevin Dobson) on Southern California's fictional Seaview Circle, the Wishful Storyteller in me realized Gary and Val's golden years crisis could serve as the perfect launching pad for a new generation of marital melodramas via a Knots Landing continuation! READ MORE

Dallas Buries J.R. Ewing

Dallas laid J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) to rest on Monday and by time the episode was over there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. Ok, so my eyes are the only set in the house, but they weren’t dry I assure you.

From John Ross’ (Josh Henderson) sorrow-filled anger, to Bobby’s (Patrick Duffy) grief stricken discovery that J.R. wasn’t killed by a random mugger, Dallas gave television's ultimate villain a stunning sendoff. However, it was Sue Ellen’s (Linda Gray) grave side eulogy that broke me down in “J.R.’s Masterpiece”.

What was your favorite moment from J.R.’s Masterpiece”?

Tonight Marks The END of J.R. Ewing on Dallas! (PROMO)


As John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) continue to battle for the title of "Top Ewing", something dire happens to J.R. (the late Larry Hagman) tonight on on Dallas. Check out the promo for "The Furious and the Fast" after the jump!   READ MORE