From TVGuide Review: Dallas Revived Amid a Prime-Time Soap Comeback
From Zap 2 It ‘Dallas’: Jesse Metcalfe and Josh Henderson carry on the Ewing family feud
From BuddyTV ‘Dallas’ Review: My First Time at the Southfork Ranch
Well I have to say I liked the opening that they kept it like the old Dallas. My other biggest thing I noticed, for myself, is I was wanting more of the old cast than the new ones. I enjoyed it when they were on much better than without them. I guess it’s just getting use to the younger crowd. Of course they haven’t changed JR at all which is a good thing. He is still pure evil and when he went down to talk to the guy about the Del Sol Conservancy selling by Southfork to him and finding out Marta in Dallas isn’t the real Marta. I liked that ending and it was perfect that JR was the one that found it out. I like Annie, Bobby’s new wife. She fits in pretty good and of course the secrets continue with him having Cancer. There is more to Rebecca and Tom that meets the eye and they sure are plotting something and Rebecca is seeming to have second thoughts. I was sort of shocked to find out that Christopher had been sold by a family to Bobby and Pam. I must have missed something in the original series. Sue Ellen sure has come into her own and I like that they are wanting her to run for Governor. She still has the hots for JR and I hope they do something about that. It was good to see Lucy and Ray. I hope they get more cameo’s from the older stars like that as that to me is the true Dallas. But I just need to get over that part of it and get use to the younger new stars. I guess the email, and who actually wrote it, is going to be the crux of Elena and Christopher. It’s a good thing they have feelings for each other because Rebecca is up to no good. They are certainly keeping up with the night time soap on this. Good show and I’m glad the ratings were good as well. I have to say I agree with the Screen Rant article below.
From Zap 2 It ‘Dallas’ returns to TNT: Does the new show do right by the Ewings?
From Zap 2 It ‘Dallas’ review: TNT’s sequel stays true to the original
From Zap 2 It ‘Dallas’ gets off to a strong start for TNT
From ScreenRant ‘Dallas’ Series Premiere Review
From TVGuide Ratings: Dallas Debuts as No. 1 Scripted Cable Premiere This Year
From TV|Line Ratings: Dallas Opens as Year’s No. 1 Cable Debut