TVLine Items: The Blacklist Books Justin Kirk, Falling Skies Adds Harry Potter Vet and More!
The Weeds alum will guest-star in an upcoming installment of the hit NBC drama …READ MORE
Dallas Lassoes 90210's AnnaLynne McCord to Play [Spoiler]'s Season 3 Love Interest
AnnaLynne McCord is relocating to a new zip code — 75002, to be exact.
How 22 TV Shows Handled an Actor's Death
A television showrunner can anticipate or plan for any number of things — say, a cast member walking away from the negotiation table and a role he/she long inhabited. But the sudden, tragic death of a key player is something one never can, or wants to, expect.
As Fox’s Glee in the coming weeks mourns series star Cory Monteith, who was found dead on July 13 at the age of 31, TVLine recounts how 22 other TV series responded to, and sometimes incorporated, a cast member’s death. READ MORE
Dallas Renewed for Season 3: When Is It Back?
Putting to rest much anxiety amongst the serial’s fans, TNT on Tuesday announced that Dallas will in fact return for Season 3.
The news comes more than two weeks after …READ MORE
Did Vampire Diaries Crown Wrong Queen? Did Dallas Dis Us? A Good Wife Gaffe? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Game of Thrones, Bates Motel, Dallas and The Vampire Diaries! READ MORE
Defiance Delivers Syfy's Highest-Rated Scripted Premiere Since 2006, Dallas Ends On Up Note
Here’s something to dance in slow motion about: Syfy’s Defiance on Monday night gave the cabler its highest-rated scripted series premiere since Eureka’s July 2006 bow, drawing 1.3 million viewers in the coveted 18-49 demo.
In total viewers, Defiance …READ MORE
Dallas Season 2 Finale Recap: The J.R. Mystery Is Solved (Twice) -- Plus: Did Pam Ewing Return?
Warning: The following contains Texas-sized spoilers from the Season 2 finale of TNT’s Dallas.
Lee Majors Previews His Dallas Arc, Remembers Neighbor Larry Hagman and Talks Bionic Reboot
It seems almost inconceivable that not once during his 1970s/1980s heyday did Lee Majors even so much as guest-star on Dallas, Dynasty, Knot’s Landing or the like. But it’s all for a very good reason — the bionic man is merely human.
“When you’re doing The Six Million Dollar Man all through the ’70s and The Fall Guy all through the ’80s, you don’t have time to do anybody else’s shows,” Majors tells TVLine …READ MORE
TVLine Performers of the Week: Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray of Dallas
A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
THE SHOW | Dallas (TNT)
THE EPISODE | “J.R.’s Masterpiece”
THE AIRDATE | March 11, 2013 READ MORE