Friday, February 8, 2013

Who Will Kill J.R. Ewing on Dallas?

Dallas and the Death of J.R. Ewing

(Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)

Yes, it's true. Rumors have apparently been confirmed by the TNT show's producer that the character of J.R. Ewing will be killed off this season. 

As we all know, beloved actor Larry Hagman passed away on November 23, 2012. The well-received reboot of the icon television show was about to premiere it's second season two months later. 

"Who Shot J.R.?" was considered the greatest cliffhanger in television history when that plot line played out on the original CBS show. 

This time around, J.R.'s actual death will surely be lamented by everyone who revered the actual man who made the best television villain of all-time come to life. 

All hail the great life of Larry Hagman! He is surely looking down on all of us right now.
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