I was 6 when Dallas went off the air, so I have been spared thus far, mercifully from everything I hear, from ever having to watch an episode. I haven't been able to maintain the level of ignorance that I would have liked, since on occasion when I've mention my hometown in places that aren't Texas, ... More >>
Photo by Zade Rosenthal, courtesy Turner Entertainment Networks, Inc.Father and son: Larry Hagman and Josh Henderson on the set of Dallas yesterdayTNT's crack publicity department sends word: Production began on that next-gen Dallas this week -- 21 hours ago, or thereabouts, from the looks of Jo ... More >>
That quote in the headline comes from Patrick Duffy in the behind-the-scenes peek that follows; Bobby Ewing always was so ... sincere. Still is. Now, more than ever. Above, of course, is the sneak peek at the next-gen Dallas TNT provided last night -- a good year before the series makes its official ... More >>
Eleven long months ago we got word that while there'd be no big-screen Dallas, TNT was eying a small-screen revisit to Southfork. Since then, nothing -- at least, not till today. The Turner-owned network confirms that "an updated version of the classic TV series" is indeed among the four pilots o ... More >>
I swear ... this guy looks so familiar.Some random notes this a.m. -- so till Merten decides to get back in gear with his Virtual Coffee, how 'bout a First Smoke of the Day? Like this puff (piece) from New York magazine concerning New York City Opera's new director, some guy named George Steel ... s ... More >>
Thirty years after Dallas, fans worldwide came, saw and were conquered.
He plays golf with George Clooney. He clowns around with Chris Tucker. He's best buddies with Peri Gilpin. He's a pasty white dude named Steve Stodghill.