AnnaLynne McCord is about to find out everything is bigger in Texas. The former 90210 and Nip/Tuck star has landed the recurring role of Heather on TNT's Dallas. According to ETOnline, she will be a love interest for Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe).
A twenty-something ranch hand with a troubled ex-husband and a 5-year-old son.
Having grown up in a house with four brothers, Heather is quite capable of handling herself around the Southfork ranch hands, but when her ex-husband returns, bringing turmoil back into her life, Christopher (played by Jesse Metcalf) steps in and the two become romantically involved. READ MORE
With TVGN experiencing a ratings boon—in significant part due to re-airings of CBS Daytime's The Young and the Restless—I can't help but wonder if both the cabler and suds lovers alike would benefit from additional soaps finding a nighttime home on the Lionsgate/CBS-owned channel. Below are five sudser I think TVGN should acquire. READ MORE
I can't breathe. I cannot breathe. Do y'all hear me? I cannot inhale oxygen into my lungs and exhale...okay I didn't pay enough attention in biology to know what's supposed to come back out. Anyhoo, DeVanity has announced it's latest classic, primetime soap guest star for next season and its my beloved April Stevens Ewing Ewing from Dallas aka Sheree J. Wilson! READ MORE
Josh Henderson and Julia Gonzalo joined their Dallas co-stars and the stars of TNT’s Falling Skies, Franklin & Bash, Major Crimes, Rizzoli & Isles and the upcoming The Last Ship to celebrate the network’s 25th anniversary at the Beverly Hilton on July 24. See more photos of your favorite TNT stars after the jump!
Fantastic news for fans of TNT’s Dallas. The cable network announced it has renewed Dallas for a 15-episode third season. Season 3 will kick off in early 2014.
"Dallas has built a passionately loyal following with its expertly woven storylines, clever twists and turns, and numerous outstanding performances by a cast that spans generations," said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). "Although we said goodbye to Larry Hagman and his iconic character J.R. Ewing this year, Dallas has many more stories left to tell, and the Ewing clan will continue to honor J.R.'s memory by keeping its audience surprised and delighted."