Longtime “Entertainment Tonight” executive producer Linda Bell Blue is departing the syndicated newsmag. Bell, who’s logged 19 years with the program, will leave the series in September 2014, a…
In a demonstration of the old maxim “If life gives you lemons….,” the producers of “Dallas” have spun a new “Who Shot J.R.?” mystery out of the unexpected death of Larry Hagman, who played the iconic…
The program returns from its surprisingly tasty maiden run clicking on all cylinders.
Actor Larry Hagman, who for more than a decade ruled as the despotic J.R. Ewing on the nighttime soap opera "Dallas" and earlier starred in "I Dream of Jeannie," has died.
TNT has renewed drama reboot "Dallas" for a second season, while also re-upping drama "Rizzoli & Isles" for a fourth season.
TNT has greenlit the revival of former CBS hit "Dallas" to series with a 10-episode order, set to premiere in summer 2012.
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WHAT: The fourth annual TV Land Awards on Sunday WHO: TV royalty Larry Hagman, Adam West, Mary Tyler Moore, Sid Caesar, Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Shelley Long, John Amos and Jimmy "JJ" Walker.
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