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Dallas 2011 (tv program)

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  • Lee Rich dies at 93; advertising executive became a top TV producer

    Lee Rich dies at 93; advertising executive became a top TV producer
    He was a former advertising executive who became one of television's top producers, bringing powerhouse shows such as "Dallas," "Knots Landing" and "The Waltons" into American homes in the 1970s and '80s. Lee Rich, co-founder and former president of...
  • Guide to June 2012 TV premieres, movies, specials

    Guide to June 2012 TV premieres, movies, specials
    If it gets to hot outside this summer, don't worry. You'll have plenty of TV to watch in the air-conditioned luxury of your living room. June brings a bevy of new and returning TV series, specials and movies, as will the rest of the summer. Here's a...
  • Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana buy home in Hollywood Hills West

    Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana buy home in Hollywood Hills West
    “Dallas” star Jesse Metcalfe and his fiancee, actress Cara Santana, have bought a home in Hollywood Hills West that was listed for sale at $1.599 million. The 1925 Spanish-style house has been restored and features a courtyard with a...
  • Comedian Rita Rudner has a real grabber

    Comedian Rita Rudner has a real grabber
    Rita Rudner is applying her comedic talent to the sale of her Dana Point beach house, and the result is a spot-on parody of a home marketing video. Her husband, director-writer Martin Bergman, featured the Monarch Bay home in the 2011 film "Thanks,"...
  • TNT does 'Dallas' again, but you have to wonder why

    TNT does 'Dallas' again, but you have to wonder why
    Whatever you thought of the original "Dallas"  on CBS, you have to admit it spoke to its times like few other pop culture artifacts of the 1980s. In the Reagan era with its celebration of McMansions, corporations and de-regulated savings & loan...
  • Jesse Metcalfe thankful for conflicted 'Dallas' character

    Jesse Metcalfe thankful for conflicted 'Dallas' character
    Jesse Metcalfe was born in 1978, the year "Dallas" debuted, so obviously he didn't watch the show during its original run. Now 33, he's starring in TNT's continuation of the iconic series as Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby (Patrick Duffy)....
  • Josh Henderson loves sparring with J.R. in 'Dallas'

    Josh Henderson loves sparring with J.R. in 'Dallas'
    Josh Henderson was floored just to test for a role in TNT's "Dallas," but that didn't compare to how he felt when he he was cast as John Ross, J.R. Ewing's son, and knew he'd be playing opposite Larry Hagman. "I was so excited, a little intimidated and a...
  • TV review: Hagman still a hoot in 'Dallas'

    TV review: Hagman still a hoot in 'Dallas'
    Larry Hagman's J.R. Ewing doesn't show up until nearly 15 minutes into the premiere of TNT's "Dallas" update, but when he does, oh boy. "Bobby was always a fool," the irritable oil baron says of his brother (Patrick Duffy), with whom he has feuded all...
  • Brenda Strong: Happy to be living in 'Dallas'

    Brenda Strong: Happy to be living in 'Dallas'
    Nevermind that Brenda Strong is working on the relaunch of iconic TV series "Dallas" opposite original cast member Patrick Duffy, she's just happy to play a living character. "It's nice to be above ground and chewing up some scenery," said Strong, who...
  • Screenwriter Paul Haggis sells Santa Monica home for $5.25 million

    Screenwriter Paul Haggis sells Santa Monica home for $5.25 million
    Oscar-award winning screenwriter Paul Haggis and his wife, actress Deborah Rennard, have sold their home in Santa Monica for its asking price of $5.25 million. The East Coast-inspired traditional house sits on nearly a third of an acre of grounds with...
  • The Petraeus affair: unscripted and simply scandalous

    The Petraeus affair: unscripted and simply scandalous
    It's "Homeland" meets "The Real Housewives" — and it's hands down the best serialized show on TV. It's "Dallas" in military drag, in which a ridiculously retro social order (who knew that "socialites" and "hostesses" even existed anymore, never...