When DALLAS was cancelled in October, 2014, after only three seasons, millions of us fans were disappointed and heartbroken. I did not want this story and this great legacy to just die and fade away, so I decided to continue the series online. Between October, 2014 and May, 2015, I wrote 36 episodes for season four, picking up right where the TNT series left off in its finale. Here are the links to the episodes I've written online for season 4, with the episode title and date of publication: Episode 41 - Aftermath October 7, 2014 http://dallasthelegacy.weebly.com/dallas/episode-41-aftermath Episode 42 - Secrets From The Past October 12, 2014 http://dallasthelegacy.weebly.com/dallas/episode-42-secrets-from-the-past Episode 43 - Vigil Oc…Read more >
As a fan of original and new series of Dallas, I want to see what other Dallas wiki site are out there, other this is one that someone might have started. WOW. (some had couple page but these are more)
- Dallas Wiki (for 1978 series) (update this wiki has been removed and deleted)
- Dallas Wiki (Ultimate Dallas Wiki)
Spin-off of Dallas - Knots Landing
- Knots Landing Wiki
Also came across a German's Dallas Wiki
- Dallas Wiki
This is what I want to happen in Season 3.
- This season consisted of 20 episodes, bringing the grand total to 45 episodes.
- Josh Henderson as John Ross Ewing III
- Jesse Metcalfe as Christopher Ewing
- Jordana Brewster as Elena Ramos
- Julie Gonzalo as Pamela Rebecca Barnes
- Brenda Strong as Ann Ewing
- Emma Bell as Emma Brown
- Mitch Pileggi as Harris Ryland
- Kuno Becker as Andres Ramos
- Patrick Duffy as Bobby Ewing
- Linda Gray as Sue Ellen Ewing
- Lee Majors as Ken Richards
- Marlene Forte as Carmen Ramos
- Ken Kercheval as Cliff Barnes
- Steven Weber as Governor Sam McConaughey
- Charlene Tilton as Lucy Ewing
- Judith Light as Judith Ryland
- Joan Van Ark as Valene Ewing
- Ted Shackelford as Gary Ewing
- Glenn Morshower as Lou Rosen
- Audrey Landers as Afton Cooper
- Cathy Podewell as Cally Harp…
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Of course, Dallas is known for pushing the boundaries. But a steamy shower with family members and lovers all combined? Well, it's just a promo picture--no harm, no foul. And of course, J.R. Ewing wears a cowboy hat in the gym shower!
What do you think? Do the older Dallas stars still have it? Are the younger Dallas stars of the second series looking fine too? Will you be tuning in on June 13? Comment and tell us what you think!
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So, it turns out Southfork Ranch is back in business! Dallas was an extremely popular soap opera in the 1980s (well, it lasted a lot longer than ten years, but just for convenience sake, let's say 1980s) and it will be on TNT on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Giddyup!
Now, you might be wondering about the characters, and truth be told, many of them are long-gone. However, the famous J.R. Ewing, Sue Ellen Ewing, Cliff Barnes and Bobby Ewing will be on the show--now in their 60s and 70s, with their children starring as main characters too.
In addition, we'll see some new characters, like Elena Ramos, who were never featured in the original series.
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Are you going to be watching the new series of Dallas? Let us know!