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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.
A very pregnant teenage runaway finds sanctuary with an eccentric bunch of geriatric weirdos in Dan Gordon's "Expecting Mary."
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.