• Publication date: March 20, 2013

Dallas

The legendary prime time TV soap opera that aired on CBS from 1978 to 1991, returns in 2012 to continue the tale of the next generation of the Ewing clan; a Texan oil and cattle dynasty, that is truly legendary with their vast wealth, enormous intrigues, betrayals, sibling rivalries, romance, corruption, and even murder. Now the new generation takes it all to the next level…

Program data

Duration: 60

MBC 4 :

Tuesday, 12:15 (GMT) ~ 15:15 (KSA)

Monday, 12:15 (GMT) ~ 15:15 (KSA)

Thursday, 12:15 (GMT) ~ 15:15 (KSA)

Wednesday, 12:15 (GMT) ~ 15:15 (KSA)

Sunday, 12:15 (GMT) ~ 15:15 (KSA)

The legendary prime time TV soap opera that aired on CBS from 1978 to 1991, returns in 2012 to continue the tale of the next generation of the Ewing clan; a Texan oil and cattle dynasty, that is truly legendary with their vast wealth, enormous intrigues, betrayals, sibling rivalries, romance, corruption, and even murder. Now the new generation takes it all to the next level…

Three iconic stars of the original Dallas are brought back to life in this reincarnation: Larry Hagman- as the notorious J.R. Ewing who controls Ewing Oil, Linda Gray- as Sue Ellen Ewing- the former Miss Texas who married J.R., and Bobby Ewing (played by Patrick Duffy) who had eloped with the Ewings’ long time rivals’ Barnes daughter Pamela in the very first episode of the original series.

The new generation, is faster, stronger and has higher aspirations (or lower moral standards) for achieving, and enforcing, Ewing will and domination. John Ross Ewing III (Josh Henderson) is the son of J.R. and Sue Ellen, while Christopher Ewing (Jesse Metcalfe) is Bobby’s adopted son. John Ross has grown into the shoes of the crafty, conniving J.R., stopping at nothing to further their oil business, wealth and power…

Starring:

  • Larry Hagman
  • Patrick Duffy
  • Linda Gray
  • Josh Henderson
  • Jesse Metcalfe
  • Jordana Brewster
  • Julie Gonzalo
  • Brenda Strong
  • Charlene Tilton
  • Steve Kanaly
  • Ken Kercheval

Created by:  David Jacobs (and developed by) Cynthia Cidre