Dallas to Bury J.R. Ewing on March 11


Get ready for a Texas-sized funeral. According to TVLine, TNT’s Dallas has set a March 11 date for the funeral of J.R. Ewing. The soap villain's  portrayer Larry Hagman died in November. Reportedly,

producers quickly began crafting a proper sendoff — one that is rumored to feature a number of returning Dallas vets (including several that have not yet been seen on the TNT version.)


What Drama Will Bring Ted Shackelford's Gary Ewing Home to 'Dallas'?


What kind of chaos will Jock and Miss Ellie's (the late Jim Davis and Barbara Bel Geddes) boozehound son Gary (Ted Shackelford) bring with him when he returns to Dallas in Season 2? According to the Dallas Fanzine's Facebook page, Gary will be thrown into the battle for the drilling rights beneath Southfork. READ MORE

Dallas' Jesse Metcalfe Tweets What an "Honor" it Was to Share Screen With Larry Hagman

J.R. Ewing may not have had much use for "foundling" nephew Christopher, but next generation Dallas star Jesse Metcalfe was honored to share screentime with the character's portrayer Larry Hagman. Tweeted Metcalfe:


Larry Hagman's 'Dallas' Wife Linda Gray: "He Was a True Icon"

Ruthless oil baron J.R. Ewing and alcoholic, former Miss Texas Sue Ellen Shepard had one of primetime television's ugliest marriages; actually, two of primetime television's ugliest marriages, since they were hitched twice on the original Dallas! Once the director yelled "CUT!" it was a totally different story for J.R. and Sue Ellen's portrayers Larry Hagman and Linda Gray, who reunited in 2011 to begin filming TNT's Dallas continuation. 

Gray, who was reportedly at Hagman's bedside when he died, tweeted the following about her pal and co-star:

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Dallas' Patrick Duffy on TV Brother Larry Hagman: "My Friend is Taking a Break"

Larry Hagman's best friend and TV brother Patrick Duffy tweeted out a poignant, simple statement and picture in the aftermath of Hagman's passing. The Dallas star tweeted:


Dallas Season 2 Guest Star Judith Light on Larry Hagman: "So Sad to Hear The News"

Veteran of stage, soaps and sitcom Judith Light took to Twitter to convey her feelings over Dallas co-star Larry Hagman's passing. Tweeted Light: