This week, we learn HBO comedy 'Veep' and TNT drama 'Dallas' have received season 3 renewals, we learn that 'The Killing' season 3 will introduce a serial killer villain & more.
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After the sudden death of Larry Hagman, the writers of 'Dallas' have changed the season 2 storyline to include the death and funeral of malevolent patriarch J.R. Ewing.
Bobby's health becomes an issue again, while Rebecca's dealings with Tommy come to a boiling point in 'Dallas' episode 9: 'Family Business.'
John Ross fights for his life in jail, while his Venezuelan business partners make a move on Southfork that brings all the Ewings to the fight in 'Dallas' episode 8: 'No Good Deed.'
John Ross finds himself in a series of increasingly problematic confrontations, while Christopher finds out about Rebecca's pregnancy in 'Dallas' episode 7: 'Collateral Damage.'
Bobby and Christopher get a helping hand from Rebecca, while J.R. resurfaces in Vegas looking to ruin Cliff Barnes in 'Dallas' episode 6: 'The Enemy of My Enemy.'
The sale of Southfork finally goes through, leaving Bobby, Ann and Christopher shocked. Meanwhile, Christopher's marriage is on the rocks after Tommy and Rebecca's scheming is revealed in 'Dallas' episode 5: 'Truth and Consequences.'
In an effort to secure the sale of Southfork, John Ross turns to blackmailing Rebecca, while Christopher is forced to come to a decision regarding his unresolved feelings toward Elena in 'Dallas' episode 4 - 'The Last Hurrah.'
John Ross and J.R. conspire to ensure the sale of Southfork goes through while Christopher's research brings him closer to Elena, which spells trouble for his young marriage in 'Dallas' episode 3: 'The Price You Pay.'
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The 'Dallas' revival is a year away, but TNT is showing a minute-long preview of the new series. See J.R. and Bobby contend with the Ewing sons.
TNT has ordered a first season for the continuation of 1980s staple 'Dallas'. Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray will reprise their roles among a cast of new hearthrobs.