Dallas 3 Seasons 2012

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Season 1
(199) IMDb 8/10
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7. Collateral Damage TV-NR CC

Rebecca reveals a life-changing secret to Elena. Meanwhile, John Ross tries to turn one family member against another and a family associate is murdered.

Starring:
Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
July 18, 2012

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Season 1
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    1. The Changing of the Guard In the series premiere, the Ewing family gathers at Southfork Ranch for an upcoming wedding. Although the occasion is joyous, secret oil drilling ignites an old feud.

    CC TV-NR 56min June 13, 2012
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    2. Hedging Your Bets The plot to take control of Southfork gets complicated. Christopher and Elena bury their feelings to work together on a business deal, but Rebecca may be hiding her own secrets.

    CC TV-NR 43min June 13, 2012
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    3. The Price You Pay JR decides to move back to Southfork, much to Ann's dismay. Bitter Ewing family enemy Cliff Barnes (KEN KERCHEVAL - Dallas [original series]) returns.

    CC TV-NR 43min June 20, 2012
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    4. The Last Hurrah John Ross seeks to gain an upper hand on a family member and resorts to blackmail. Christopher opens up to Bobby about his difficulty in choosing between the two women he loves.

    CC TV-NR 43min June 27, 2012
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    5. Truth and Consequences Family ties begin to unravel when the deed to Southfork is revealed. Ann seeks help from someone in her past and Christopher decides it is time to fight dirty.

    CC TV-NR 43min July 4, 2012
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    6. Enemy of My Enemy John Ross decides to move into Southfork. Rebecca approaches Bobby and Christopher with information that she believes might help save the ranch.

    CC TV-NR 43min July 11, 2012
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    7. Collateral Damage Rebecca reveals a life-changing secret to Elena. Meanwhile, John Ross tries to turn one family member against another and a family associate is murdered.

    CC TV-NR 43min July 18, 2012
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    8. No Good Deed Christopher moves closer to his dream when a large oil company approaches him about rights to new methane technology. And the Ewings fight to protect Southfork from outsiders.

    CC TV-NR 43min July 25, 2012
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    9. Family Business John Ross learns the value of family when he must choose between blood and oil. Sue Ellen and Rebecca both find themselves victims of men who could destroy their lives.

    CC TV-NR 43min August 1, 2012
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    10. Revelations In the dramatic season one finale, Christopher and Elena begin to learn that not everyone is as they appear to be. Long-buried secrets are revealed as the past rears its ugly head.

    CC TV-NR 46min August 8, 2012

Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Steve Robin
Starring Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe
Supporting actors Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo, Brenda Strong, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Leonor Varela, Carlos Bernard, Kevin Page, Charlene Tilton, Glenn Morshower, Mitch Pileggi, Peyton Hayslip, Matthew Downs, Constance Jones, Jennifer Besser, Jeremy Burgett, Kimberly Lynn Campbell
Season year 2012
Network TNT
Executive Producer Cynthia Cidre
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

The cast and plot are great!
Prefl96
If you have been hesitant,it time to purchase the first season on dvd and start watching Dallas on TNT,trust me you will love it too!!!!!!
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I would highly recommend this product to anyone; whether they are a fan of Dallas, or if they've never seen the original series.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

When I initially heard that the TNT network was planning to revisit Southfork ranch, I was more worried than I care to admit. How many shows have we seen lately that tried to reboot a previous success to somewhat disastrous results? A lot! And "Dallas" is such an iconic show that all but defined prime time soaps in the eighties (even if it began in the seventies and ended in the nineties). At its height, "Dallas" was a true cultural phenomenon and J.R. Ewing was TV's grandest villain. In the 2012 interpretation of "Dallas," the makers opted for something completely inspired. Instead of another insipid reboot, they conceived an actual sequel--a continuation of ongoing storylines as envisioned twenty years later. And the results may just surprise you. While not perfect, this new "Dallas" is deliciously entertaining and one of the year's great guilty pleasures. Bringing back Larry Hagman (J.R.), Linda Gray (Sue Ellen), and Patrick Duffy (Bobby) for leading roles really works, Ken Kercheval (Cliff) shows true promise for future storylines, and Charlene Tilton (Lucy) is amusing if somewhat underused. Of the original cast members, only poor Steve Kanaly (Ray) looks quite lost at the occasional family function where he gets one line at most. And I credit the writers for not losing track of family and heritage, there is plenty of respect paid to former patriarchs and matriarchs Miss Ellie, Jock, and even good ole Digger Barnes.

Before I convince you that this incarnation of "Dallas" is populated strictly by senior citizens, let me assure you that there is actually a sexy new cast to carry much of the plot forward. At the center of the story is J.R.'s hotheaded son John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Bobby's adopted son Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) who feels he has to earn his place in the family.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Audio on June 14, 2012
It's almost impossible to believe that 20 years after it left, Dallas has come back for a "Season 15".

And that's EXACTLY how it's treated. No silly reboot, no bring back one or two old characters to start it off and draw in fans, only to then forget about them (I'm talking to you, new 90210 and Melrose Place). The original characters are an integral part of the show, and ironically it's incredibly refreshing that they are not trying to reinvent Dallas, but continue it in a new era with an ever-so-slightly updated sensibility.

From the opening credits (the same style and song, thankfully - though not the rotating cast pictures, but I can see where that might have been TOO retro), it's clear that it's still Dallas - flashy cars, fancy clothes, some backstabbing, secrets, and assorted high-drama mayhem. Now there is a bit more of a contemporary take on the oil business - but again, it's wonderfully subtle. It's not hard to imagine that they have all been living on South Fork all these years, and we are just checking in with old friends.

Even better, as we start this 10 episode run, it seems as if more are already ordered and Season 2 will be coming. Even so, I have to say - just the first two episodes were more satisfying than the last two TV movies, combined. Dallas is back - and for fans of fun TV prime time soaps, it's filling a huge gap Housewives left and I couldn't be more happy for any show to return to the air!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Chris NYC on September 6, 2012
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I did not know what to expect with this new edition of Dallas but I'm sure glad I watched. The whole season was excellent and the writers did a good job of delivering the excitement and suspense known to follow the Ewings. I definitely recommend the show's whole seasons to new and existing Dallas fans.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Hartmann on July 5, 2012
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I wasn't going to watch this show because it seemed too much like a soap opera to me based on the previews, but boy am I glad I did! This show is amazing. I love all of the people on the show and I really enjoy the premise. Having never seen the original Dallas, I wasn't sure I would be able to follow this newer version, but I have no trouble at all. I would highly recommend this show to anyone interested in watching greed, scheming, lying, backstabbing, and a whole lot of family discord. It is just a fun show and a good time all around.
My favorite character on the show is John Ross. He is very handsome and I just love his personality. I find myself rooting for him in every episode. My least favorite is Elena. I just don't like how she's portrayed...too saintly. All in all, watch Dallas!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By johnny t morton on December 8, 2012
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Wasn't sure It would be what the First series Dallas was but, I was so surprised with the new Cast They turned out to be Great! My friends and Family Can't wait for the new series to begin on The 28th of Jan. 2013. JR will be missed and it want be the same without him but, He would love to see his Show Go on even without his presence it will be just as Great as Before! "Dallas" the Best show on TV.
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When I initially heard that the TNT network was planning to revisit Southfork ranch, I was more worried than I care to admit. How many shows have we seen lately that tried to reboot a previous success to somewhat disastrous results? A lot! And "Dallas" is such an iconic show that all but defined prime time soaps in the eighties (even if it began in the seventies and ended in the nineties). At its height, "Dallas" was a true cultural phenomenon and J.R. Ewing was TV's grandest villain. In the 2012 interpretation of "Dallas," the makers opted for something completely inspired. Instead of another insipid reboot, they conceived an actual sequel--a continuation of ongoing storylines as envisioned twenty years later. And the results may just surprise you. While not perfect, this new "Dallas" is deliciously entertaining and one of the year's great guilty pleasures. Bringing back Larry Hagman (J.R.), Linda Gray (Sue Ellen), and Patrick Duffy (Bobby) for leading roles really works, Ken Kercheval (Cliff) shows true promise for future storylines, and Charlene Tilton (Lucy) is amusing if somewhat underused. Of the original cast members, only poor Steve Kanaly (Ray) looks quite lost at the occasional family function where he gets one line at most. And I credit the writers for not losing track of family and heritage, there is plenty of respect paid to former patriarchs and matriarchs Miss Ellie, Jock, and even good ole Digger Barnes.

Before I convince you that this incarnation of "Dallas" is populated strictly by senior citizens, let me assure you that there is actually a sexy new cast to carry much of the plot forward. At the center of the story is J.R.'s hotheaded son John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Bobby's adopted son Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) who feels he has to earn his place in the family.
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