Max Marshall, who wrote our October cover story, had never seen the show before proposing his piece. Follow along on his journey to being seduced by the trashiest, campiest show of the eighties.
How the trashiest, campiest show on television revolutionized pop culture, rebooted Texas’s reputation, and helped bring down the Romanian government. (Maybe!)
The executive producer of Dallas talks about Larry Hagman's final working weeks.
How is the new 'Dallas' handling Larry Hagman's mid-season death?
Big Tex will be back. Sadly, we cannot the say same of Larry Hagman, Darrell Royal, Amarillo Slim, Leslie, and the many other Texans we lost in 2012.
SPOILER ALERT: TNT confirms that there will be a funeral for Larry Hagman's character during the upcoming season of its revived Dallas.
Larry Hagman, who died Friday at at the age of 81, was both a native and, as Dallas anti-hero J.R. Ewing, an international icon.
The new Dallas smartly pretends the nineties never happened.
As the man known to the world as Dallas's J. R. Ewing fends off throat cancer, he gears up to reprise the role that turned him into an icon and looks back on one of the most extraordinary—and eccentric—lives in show business.
An animated personality.
TNT's 2012 gloss on the Ewing family premieres tonight, and the advance word has been (mostly) good. Here's what ten critics have to say about the reboot of Dallas.
Dennis Quaid moves back to Texas, LeAnn Rimes's mom keeps her from baring it all, and Larry Hagman wants to be a plant.
The tenth anniversary of the most popular nighttime series begs the question. How long can the Ewing’s doings hold are attention?