Dallas

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  • TV-14
  • 2012
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.2  (10,788)

Dallas is a drama series that aired on TNT from 2012-2014. This show is a continuation of the original 1978 series, which ran for 14 seasons, and follows the next generation of the Ewing family as they navigate the world of money, power, and betrayal in modern-day Texas.

The show's central characters are the Ewing family, who are the owners of the prestigious Southfork ranch. The patriarch of the family is J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), who is a ruthless oil tycoon known for his cunning ways and ability to manipulate those around him. His two sons, John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe), are rivals who are constantly vying for control of the family business.

Jordana Brewster plays Elena Ramos, a young woman who grew up on the Southfork ranch and has a complicated relationship with both John Ross and Christopher. Meanwhile, Linda Gray reprises her role as Sue Ellen Shepard, J.R.'s ex-wife and mother of John Ross. Patrick Duffy returns as Bobby Ewing, the only member of the family who seems to have any shred of morality and is constantly trying to keep the peace between his two nephews.

The show introduces new characters, such as Ann Ewing (Brenda Strong), Bobby's wife who is haunted by her past, and Emma Brown (Emma Bell), a ranch hand at Southfork who becomes involved in a steamy romance with John Ross. Leonor Varela plays Marta Del Sol, a powerful businesswoman who becomes entangled with J.R., while Kuno Becker and Juan Pablo Di Pace play Christopher's business partners, who bring new opportunities and conflicts to the family.

Throughout the series, secrets are exposed, alliances are formed and broken, and the Ewing family must navigate through a series of twists and turns to stay on top. The show explores themes such as greed, corruption, family loyalty, love, and revenge, all set against the backdrop of the glitz and glamour of modern-day Dallas.

The show's production values are top-notch, with stunning cinematography and lavish sets that capture the opulence of the world in which the Ewings operate. The acting is also superb, with strong performances from the entire cast, particularly from Larry Hagman, who returned to the role of J.R. Ewing after a long hiatus and delivered a memorable performance that cemented his status as one of Hollywood's greatest villains.

Overall, Dallas is a thrilling and addictive drama that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. With its complex characters, intricate plotlines, and top-notch production values, it is a worthy successor to the original series and a must-watch for fans of drama and suspense.

Dallas is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on June 13, 2012.

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Endgame / Brave New World
14. Endgame / Brave New World
September 22, 2014
In the third season finale, Bobby is double-crossed by the cartel. Meanwhile, Christopher races to find Elena.
Boxed In
13. Boxed In
September 15, 2014
After a devastating family kidnapping, Bobby puts everything on the line to save lives.
Victims of Love
12. Victims of Love
September 8, 2014
Pamela doesn't know what she should do now that she knows Cliff did not kill J.R.
Hurt
11. Hurt
September 1, 2014
Sue Ellen, Pamela, and Ann can't believe what Elena reveals about relationships.
Dead Reckoning
10. Dead Reckoning
August 25, 2014
The dark cloud over Southfork gets darker with the news of a family death.
Denial, Anger, Acceptance
9. Denial, Anger, Acceptance
August 18, 2014
The Ewing family looks for answers to find who set the fire at Southfork Ranch and who will survive.
Where There's Smoke
8. Where There's Smoke
April 14, 2014
Pamela learns about John Ross sleeping with Emma. Elena and Nicolas' relationship is put to the test.
Like a Bad Penny
7. Like a Bad Penny
April 7, 2014
Bobby and Ann focus on the release of Sue Ellen; John Ross seeks help from one of J.R.'s last business partners; secrets surface; Elena makes a decision; Drew returns to Dallas.
Like Father, Like Son
6. Like Father, Like Son
March 31, 2014
John Ross attempts to keep the Arctic lease deal afloat; Elena and Nicolas get Pamela and John Ross out of the office; things get complicated for Christopher and Heather; Ryland's plot goes awry.
D.T.R.
5. D.T.R.
March 24, 2014
Bobby and Sue Ellen try to keep John Ross from following in his father's footsteps; Christopher makes a discovery about Heather's past; Cliff convinces Elena to try a new tact; Judith, Ryland and Ann try to get Emma in check.
Lifting the Veil
4. Lifting the Veil
March 17, 2014
Afton, Ray and Lucy return to Southfork for a wedding; John Ross tries to strike up a deal with an enemy of the family; Christopher returns from Mexico; Nicolas and Elena's relationship becomes more serious; Sue Ellen considers objecting to the wedding.
Playing Chicken
3. Playing Chicken
March 10, 2014
Bobby attempts to outwit John Ross on a business deal while Nicolas and Elena's partnership sizzles. Christopher makes a surprising find, and an upcoming wedding may be in danger.
Trust Me
2. Trust Me
March 3, 2014
John Ross is desperate to keep his plans for Ewing Global in motion; Sue Ellen's alliance with her son is threatened; Emma seeks help from her grandmother; Bobby and Ann investigate Ryland's release from jail.
The Return
1. The Return
February 24, 2014
In the third season premiere, the family maintains a united front, which can only last so long.
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Where to Watch Dallas
Dallas is available for streaming on the TNT website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dallas on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    June 13, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (10,788)