SPOILER ALERT: TNT confirms that there will be a funeral for Larry Hagman's character during the upcoming season of its revived Dallas.
Is TNT's reboot of the classic soap opera also a mirror of the country's changing relationship with fossil fuels?
HBO went into damage control mode after the website io9 called attention to the "cameo."
Friday Night Lights cast members and producers come home for the ATX Television Festival, with a panel and an Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow screening.
Actor Kyle Chandler was among the fans at the BookPeople, where Friday Night Lights author H.G. "Buzz" Bissinger read from his new book Father's Day.
And Details also gets more details on the upcoming FNL movie from the director.
The two Texans will star in True Detective, a multi-layered noir about a serial killer in Louisiana.
In the end, Top Chef: Texas gets one Texas thing right, as Austin's Paul Qui takes the crown.
Even the emotion's bigger in Texas, as Austin cheftestant Paul Qui advances to next week's finale.
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.
The ten greatest TV Texans.
Is Eva Longoria doomed to be tabloid fodder the rest of her days?
Bill Paxton’s role of a lifetime.
Jamie Foxx pulls no punches.
The best TV show you’ll never see.
The trouble with Texas TV shows.
Is Friday Night Lights the best TV show ever made about Texas? Or just the first one (sorry, J.R.! Sorry, Hank!) that’s tried so hard to get the details right?
Sure they're supposed to be from Texas, but c'mon.
Remember ol’ what’s his face?
Someone’s got to keep ’em honest.
Though you might have forgotten.
Twenty-five years ago, Larry McMurtry published a novel called Lonesome Dove—and Texas hasn’t looked the same since. Listen in as more than thirty writers, critics, producers, and actors, from Peter Bogdonavich and Dave Hickey to Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Duvall, and Anjelica Huston, tell the stories behind the book (and
Barry CorbinGrowing up in Lubbock, I didn’t want to be a real cowboy, because I knew a bunch of them and they didn’t get paid anything and they were hurt all the time. But I wanted to play one in the movies. My favorite early on was Bill Elliott, and
Can Steve Austin wrestle his acting career into submission?
An animated personality.
Dim the Lights.
John Spong talks about unearthing the history of TV’s portrayal of Texas through the ages and how Friday Night Lights changed it all.
Who are Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato?
The best sitcom you may never get to see.
Reality (TV) bites Dallas women.
Despite withering reviews, the Dallas-based reality television show has enjoyed increased ratings and has spawned a franchise.
Terry Lickona, the television show's executive producer, talks about some of the acts that will step on the Austin City Limits stage for the first time, including Radiohead and Kat Edmonson.
The body of The Jeffersons star is caught up in an estate dispute between a longtime friend in Texas and a man who claims to be his brother in Philadelphia.
The casting sheet for Lifetime's Anna Nicole Smith biopic is out, and LiLo seems to be a heavy favorite.
The time-honored TV show is finally back, and it's bringing Dallas economic and tourism growth, as well as a certain sense of pride.
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.
After a week of scrutiny, contestant Timothy Poe apologizes for "incomplete facts" in the heart-breaking story he gave on his audition for America's Got Talent.
The appearance of a sexily dressed model at Sunday's Mexican presidential debate took the focus off one set of boobs onstage.
Rob Thomas, the Austin-based writer and producer whose next project is an HBO pilot with Ira Glass and Owen Wilson, also said a Party Down movie is still in the works.
In The Client List, Jennifer Love Hewitt tries to the breast of her ability.
The Texas Historical Commission's markers are now eligible for their own plaque, Ron Paul and Sheila Jackson Lee are the Hill's best talkers, and the TCU drug bust was a bit pitiful.
Will Kyle Killen's new NBC drama Awake, a cop show starring Jason Isaacs, have better luck than Lone Star, which Fox canceled after two episodes?
We have met the enemy, and they are Good Christian Bitches.
What does a rash of new reality TV tell us about the Metroplex?
Jim Parsons, the unlikely savior of the TV sitcom.
Looking back, it might have been one of the most successful media makeovers of the twenty-first century. In the fall of 2007, Mark Cuban—the Internet billionaire turned Dallas Mavericks owner, known for his courtside temper tantrums and the hefty fines they engendered—turned up as a competitor on the fifth season of
The comedian shows us some of her memorabilia.
News you’d Rather not use.