The third episode of TNT's delicious Dallas update was the highest rated cable program Wednesday night, according to TV By The Numbers. Almost 5 million people tuned in to see J.R. (Larry Hagman) and John Ross (Josh Henderson) decide to work together to regain control of Southfork from Bobby (Patrick Duffy). The far too short, hour-long installment averaged a 1.3 among adults 18-49, down just two-tenths of a point from its record breaking premiere. READ MORE
The Southfork shall rise again! TNT's soapgasmic premiere of Dallas on Wednesday night was watched by 6.9 million viewers, making it the No.1 scripted series premiere on all of cable for the year-to-date.
The latest chapter of David Jacobs' classic, CBS sudser—developed for TNT by Cynthia Cidre—hit a 3.7 in households, and was watched by over 1.9 million in Mad Ave's beloved 18-49 demo. Dallas also bested its timeslot competitors on the Big Four broadcast networks. Yep, soap fans, we have ourselves a Texas-size hit!
CBS Daytime's The Talk celebrated the return of Dallas to the airwaves with a special reunion episode today. Co-hosts Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood dressed up in sequins and wore Texas-size wigs as they interviewed Larry Hagman (J.R.), Linda Gray (Sue Ellen) and Patrick Duffy (Bobby). Watch the clip below to see the iconic stars dish about reuniting almost 35 years after Dallas first premiered!
Can The Bold and the Beautiful’s Pam (Alley Mills) get crazier than she already is? Apparently she can. According to TV Guide Magazine, Stephen Logan (Patrick Duffy) is going to “woo and deflower” the virginal Pam in a scheme to get back at Stephanie (Susan Flannery) and it will leave Pam more screwed up than before her garden is plowed.
Where is this headed? Won’t this leave Pam even more screwed up than she already is?
I’m afraid so. She grew up seeing her father be so abusive to Stephanie, so the idea that men are bad was formed in her mind at a very early age. This could send her back to that really dark place. I can’t go into what happens, but it gets pretty gnarly. When she finds out she’s been tricked —that Stephen doesn’t really care for her—she’s going to be so hurt. But, hey, until then, she’s caught herself a hunk—on her first go-round!—and she’s having fun. She’s having sex with the Man from Atlantis and Bobby Ewing all rolled into one!
Owen/Jackie/Whip: Guilty about her dalliance with Whip, Jackie informs him she needs a breather from him and tells her husband about her indiscretion. Whip gets all the blame for Jackie's marriage hitting the skids and he tries to woo Nick over. An enraged Owen gets help on forgiving his wife from his stepson of all people. Later, Pam gives Jackie an idea on how to get Owen back, unfortunately for her, the plan backfires and he saves her. When Stephanie confronts Whip about his actions, he offers up his resignation. On the road to reconciliation, Owen and Jackie hit another bump due to misinformation. The two must face a huge choice.
Stephanie/Beth: La Forrester better watch out! Big Mama Logan unloads her wrath for all the pent up anger she's had for years resulting in a fiery altercation, over Taylor/Ridge/Brooke due to Beth having Alzheimer's.
Donna/Katie: The Logan girls inform Stephanie and Taylor with startling news.
Ridge/Brooke: Logan gets support from Ridge about her mom's ailment. Meanwhile, the lovebirds try to find a solution to their problem. Due to her mom's illness, Brooke decides to end her quest for Ridge.
Ridge: He fights for the woman he loves. R.J, Thorne and Donna try to lead Ridge on the right path to his true love. READ MORE