OIL & TROUBLE
The series had declined steadily in the ratings, especially after the 2012 death of star Larry Hagman.
SOMEONE & SOMEONE
Among that more: Dallas, Murder in the First, and Franklin & Bash!
LIFE AFTER SMASH
Plus: Jada Pinkett Smith has joined Gotham, Cee Lo Green is quitting The Voice, and Terrence Howard is building an Empire.
PUT A FRED ON IT
PLUS: Gotham finds its Detective Gordon, The Walking Dead remains ginormous, and get ready for more dumb Food Network shows!
Plus: Is Preacher coming to television?, ABC gets into the singing-show scrum, and Leno gets sued by a rat lady.
FANS: 1, SPOILERS: 0
Plus: Lauren Ambrose is returning to TV, NBC is rebooting Remington Steele, and someone paid a butt ton of money for a piece of Breaking Bad history.
The drama will return next year with 15 new episodes.
BROWNCOATS, YOU CAN STILL REJOICE
Plus: Monday Mornings bombs, George R.R. Martin pacts with HBO, and Go On is hosting a Friends reunion.
The actor who was best known for his role as J.R. Ewing in the 1980s primetime soap passed away Friday due to complications from cancer.
IT'S SO HARD TO SAY GOODBYE
Plus: MTV's VMAs fall hard, The CW is taking on Wonder Woman, and is the latest Community homage a good thing or a bad thing?
THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING!
Plus: A Doctor Who movie and an ALF movie, Dallas is dated sooner than you think, and Leland Palmer heads to Criminal Minds.
The show about two ladies solving crimes in Boston and the show that's a remake of a show your mother used to watch will both be back.
A DELICIOUS MIX OF OIL AND SOAP
In "The Price You Pay," the Dallas 2.0 began to find its finds its footing in family psycho-drama territory.
On our list this week: Game of Thrones, Dallas, True Blood, and more.
RETURN TO SOUTH FORK RANCH
No matter whether you were a fan of the original series or you're a newcomer to South Fork, I think you will find a lot to like in this “continuation.” It is a saga, in my opinion, worth continuing...
20 years later, Dallas is back. And so is that soapy southern drama we've been missing all these years.
Saddle up, folks: TNT is reviving the long-dormant daddy of all nighttime soaps.
LET'S TALK ABOUT IT
Plus: FX picks up a new comedy, HBO will not sell its service a la carte, and a pair of passed-on pilots aren't kaput yet.
SUMMER GOOD, SUMMER BAD
Spring is, like, soooooo last season, so here are 10 upcoming summer shows to get excited about!
PLAN YOUR TV
Network TV might be sleeping off its regular-season hangover, but cable is preparing its keggerators for a summer rager, complete with brand new series and season premieres.