Dallas (TV series, 2012)
|Country of production||United States|
|Warner Horizon Television|
|Episodes||40 in 3 seasons ( list )|
|genre||Drama , soap opera|
Michael M. Robin
Bryan J. Raber
|First broadcast||June 13, 2012 (USA) on TNT|
|January 27, 2013 on ORF eins|
Dallas is an American drama - series and a sequel to the eponymous television series , which in the 1980s -Jahren with great success at the transmitter CBS ran. In addition to many new actors, some from the old series have also been taken over. The broadcast in the USA took place from June 13, 2012 to September 22, 2014 on the cable station TNT .
The series revolves around Ewing sons John Ross, son of JR and Sue Ellen, and Christopher, adoptive son of Bobby and Pam, who grapple with money, power and intrigue in the Texan oil business.
Christopher would like to switch to alternative energies, while John Ross continues to rely on the "black gold". But the two compete not only on business, but also for the heart of the beautiful Elena Ramos, the daughter of the domestic servant Carmen. Elena is now with John Ross after Christopher left her to go to Asia . He returns to Southfork with his fiancée Rebecca Sutter and marries her. Over time, Christopher realizes that something is wrong with Rebecca. Little does he know, however, that Rebecca and her lover Tommy, whom she introduced to everyone as her brother, originally planned to blackmail Bobby's son. However, during her relationship with Christopher, Rebecca actually falls in love with him.
John Ross and Elena have discovered a huge oil deposit on Southfork. However, Bobby, who owns the ranch, forbids his nephew to drill. The reason for this is his promise to his mother Miss Ellie, who died in 2001, never to allow oil drilling on the family ranch. For this reason, John Ross turns to his father JR, who suffers from depression and is now living in a nursing home. When JR hears about the oil deposit, he blossoms again and plans with his son to snatch the family estate from Bobby. As donors, JR and John Ross get involved with the seedy Venezuelan Vicente Cano, to whom they promise 14% of the oil profit on Southfork and offer him the ranch as security.
Eventually, the impostor Veronica Martinez, who helped JR steal Southfork from Bobby, is murdered. John Ross is suspected of murder, is arrested and ends up in jail. There he is brutally beaten by Vicente Cano's men. Christopher can help him and Cano is arrested for the murder of Veronica.
Tommy finally realizes more and more that Rebecca no longer supports her plan to betray Christopher. When he confronts her with this fact, there is a fight and fights between the two, with Tommy being shot by his ex-accomplice. In the season finale it turns out that Rebecca is actually the daughter of JR's archenemy Cliff Barnes.
Christopher and John Ross cannot agree on what is best for Ewing Energies' future. Christopher learns that Rebecca's full name is Pamela Rebecca Barnes and that she is Cliff's daughter. Now he intends all the more to emerge victorious from the negotiation for his marriage and tells her that he will do everything to bring her to prison. John Ross continues to harm Christopher and Elena because Elena chose Christopher and not him. He supports Pamela in the fight for custody of the unborn children. To do this, he uses Christopher's secret weapon, the real Rebecca Sutter, who is supposed to testify in court for Pamela. After Tommy's body is found and Frank Ashkani is found to be a murderer, Pamela and Christopher reach a court settlement. She receives shares in Ewing Energies, in return the two share custody and the marriage is annulled. With the help of Sue Ellen, John Ross has also received shares in Ewing Energies, namely Elena's.
Ann learns that her daughter Emma, who disappeared 20 years ago, is alive. Harris blackmailed her with information about her whereabouts. Ann then gives him the tape on which he admits that he had laundered money. Ann meets her daughter Emma, but she doesn't want to know anything about her, whereupon Ann collapses crying. It is later learned that Emma was kidnapped by her grandmother, Judith Brown Ryland, and her father. Emma's last name is now Brown and she lived in London with her grandmother until they returned to Dallas.
After Ann fails another advances to her daughter and she learns that Harris and Judith kidnapped Emma, Ann shoots Harris out of desperation. Ultimately, Ann confesses that she shot Harris. A lawsuit ensues in which Ann is found guilty of attempted murder and given a suspended sentence. At the same time Vicente Cano is released from prison, who wants revenge on the Ewings. There is a showdown in which Vicente Cano is ultimately shot by Drew, Elena's returned brother.
JR tells his family that they are in Abu Dhabi to help his brother Bobby against Harris Ryland. However, JR is found shot dead in Mexico . At first it remains unclear who killed him. However, JR leaves Bobby, Christopher and John Ross with a master plan that should put Harris and Cliff in their place.
A short time later, another accident happened. The Ewings are currently inspecting the drilling platform on which methane is to be extracted in the future, when suddenly an explosive device that Drew had built is detonated. In the hospital, Pamela in particular is at great risk because of her pregnancy. First the all-clear for the baby's condition is given, but Pamela eventually loses both children.
As JR anticipated, Harris and Cliff teamed up to jointly destroy the Ewings.
The Ewings have to pay a $ 1 billion fine because of the explosion that Cliff and Harris commissioned. At the same time, Cliff and Harris ensure that the Ewings can no longer produce oil by pulling the governor on their side. The Ewings can neither pay the loan nor the fine. Christopher therefore tries to have his mother, Pamela Barnes Ewing, pronounced dead in order to receive a third from Barnes Global, Cliff's company.
Drew meanwhile feels guilty about building and installing the bomb on the drilling platform . However, he did not know what it should be used for or against, and that there would be people there. Harris also ensures that Emma, who now lives on the ranch with her mother, ends the relationship between the two. Emma is also addicted to benzodiazepines . However, she pretends to her mother that she no longer needs them and is over it.
Pamela, who is still recovering from the deaths of the babies, is unaware of her father's plans, nor that her father is responsible for the explosion and thus for the death of her children. John Ross visits her several times and eventually teaches her who is really behind the explosion. At first she doesn't believe John Ross and throws him out.
Eventually, Cliff Ewing Energies buys and hints at his daughter. Pamela realizes that John Ross was telling the truth and runs to him. Pamela swears revenge on her father and tries to find evidence against her father with John Ross, with whom she has a relationship now.
Cliff is held responsible for JR's murder after the Ewings set the evidence accordingly. A final letter to Bobby also clarifies who actually murdered JR: JR's private detective and best friend, Bum, shot JR because he was suffering from cancer and only had a few days to live. Bum was supposed to steal the weapon from Cliff, kill him with that weapon and thus frame Cliff for the murder. Harris is arrested for drug trafficking, Emma had obtained the evidence and thus brought Harris down.
Christopher also learned that his mother died of pancreatic cancer more than 20 years ago and Cliff hid it up. After Christopher learned the truth, he will eventually receive a third of the shares in Barnes Global, as stated in his mother's will. John Ross owns another third, because he marries Pamela, who got her aunt Katherine's shares over to Cliff. Thus, the Ewings are the majority owners of Barnes Global and also get Ewing Energies back. JR's master plan worked.
|Ellie Southworth||Jock Ewing||Margaret Hunter Krebbs|
|Cally Harper||Sue Ellen Shepard||JR Ewing||Vanessa Beaumont||Donna McCullum||Ray Krebbs||Jenna Wade||Bobby Ewing||Pamela Barnes||Kate Whittaker||Gary Ewing||Valene Clements|
|Justin Harper||John Ross Ewing||Debra Lynn Beaumont||James Beaumont||Margaret Krebbs||Lucas Krebbs
(adopt. From Ray)
|Molly Whittaker||Lucy Ewing||Bobby Ewing||Betsy Ewing|
Although Christopher Ewing is only Bobby's adopted son, he is still the biological cousin of John Ross Ewing, as Christopher is the biological son of Sue Ellen's sister Kristin.
|Maggie Barnes Monahan||Digger Barnes||Rebecca Blake||Hutch McKinney||Herbert Wentworth|
(died as an infant)
|Afton Cooper||Cliff Barnes||Jamie Ewing||
(died as an infant)
|Ed Haynes||Pamela Barnes||Bobby Ewing||Katherine Wentworth|
|Pamela Rebecca Barnes||Christopher Ewing (adopted)|
The German dubbing is produced under the dialogue direction by Joachim Tennstedt on behalf of Film- & Fernseh-Synchron in Berlin .
|Jesse Metcalfe||Christopher Ewing||1-3||1-40||Nicola Devico Mamone|
|Josh Henderson||John Ross Ewing||1-3||1-40||Robin Kahnmeyer|
|Jordana Brewster||Elena Ramos||1-3||1-40||
Luise Helm (Season 1–2)
Manja Doering (Season 3)
|Julie Gonzalo||Pamela Barnes Ewing||1-3||1-40||Marie Bierstedt|
|Brenda Strong||Ann Ewing||1-3||1-40||Andrea Kathrin Loewig|
|Patrick Duffy||Bobby Ewing||1-3||1-40||Hans-Jürgen Dittberner|
|Linda Gray||Sue Ellen Ewing||1-3||1-40||Rita Engelmann|
|Larry Hagman||JR Ewing||1-2||1-17||Wolfgang Pampel|
|Mitch Pileggi||Harris Ryland||2-3||11-40||1||5-10||Roland Hemmo|
|Emma Bell||Emma Ryland||2-3||11-40||Maria Koschny|
|Kuno Becker||Drew Ramos||2||13-24||3||29-35||Gerrit Schmidt-Foss|
|Juan Pablo Di Pace||Nicolas Treviño||3||26-40||Marcel Collé|
|Marlene Forte||Carmen Ramos||1-3||1-37||Iris Artajo|
|Ken Kercheval||Cliff Barnes||1-3||3-37||Victor Deiß|
|Kevin Page||Boom||1-3||4-40||Marco Kroeger|
|Carlos Bernard||Vicente Cano||1-2||3-16||Robin Brosch|
|Faran Tahir||Frank Ashkani||1-2||3-14||Tayfun Bademsoy|
|Glenn Morshower||Lou Rosen||1-2||5-16||Kaspar Eichel|
|Alex McKenna||Becky Sutter||1-2||10-13||Esra Vural|
|Callard Harris||Tommy Sutter||1||1-10||Tim Knauer|
|Leonor Varela||Veronica Martinez||1||1-7||Sonja Spuhl|
|Richard Dillard||Mitch Lobell||1||1-4||Lutz Riedel|
|Judith Light||Judith Brown Ryland||2-3||12-40||Angelika Bender|
|Steven Weber||Sam McConaughey||2-3||21-30||Marcus Off|
|Donny Boaz||Bo McCabe||2-3||22-35||Dennis Schmidt-Foss|
|Alex Fernandez||Roy Vickers||2||14-25||
Matthias Klages (episode 14)
Lutz Schnell (from episode 19)
|Lee majors||Ken Richards||2||20-24||Uwe Karpa|
|AnnaLynne McCord||Heather||3||26-35||Shandra Schadt|
|Antonio Jaramillo||Luis||3||27-40||Frank Schaff|
|Jude Demorest||Candace Shaw||3||27-33||Maria Hönig|
|Angelica Celaya||Lucia Treviño||3||28-38||Dascha Lehmann|
|Fran Kranz||Hunter McKay||3||31-37||Sebastian Schulz|
- Charlene Tilton as Lucy Ewing (episodes 1.01, 1.04, 1.07, 2.08–2.09, 3.04)
- Steve Kanaly as Ray Krebbs (episodes 1.01, 1.04, 2.08, 3.04)
- Ted Shackelford as Gary Ewing (episode 2.07–2.09)
- Cathy Podewell as Cally Harper (episode 2.08)
- Deborah Shelton as Mandy Winger (episode 2.08)
- Joan Van Ark as Valene Ewing (episode 2.09)
- Audrey Landers as Afton Cooper (episodes 2.10, 3.04)
- Melinda Clarke as Tracey McKay (episode 3.12, 3.15)
In 2010 TNT announced that it was working on an offshoot of the series. The pilot episode was finally filmed in 2011 before Dallas received a serial order for an initial ten episodes from TNT on July 8, 2011. Filming of the actual series began on October 17, 2011 and was overshadowed by Larry Hagman's cancer . Filming was finished in January 2012.
The first official trailer followed on July 11, 2011, after an episode of Rizzoli & Isles .
After only four episodes broadcast, the broadcaster TNT ordered a second season on June 29, 2012. Hagman died of cancer while filming this season. Even if the ratings have decreased in the course of the second season compared to the first season, TNT announced the production of a third season with 15 episodes at the end of April 2013.
After the end of the third season, TNT announced in October 2014 that it would not extend the series for a fourth season and thus discontinue it.
In February 2011 Josh Henderson got the lead role of John Ross Ewing . Shortly thereafter, Jesse Metcalfe , Jordana Brewster , Brenda Strong and Julie Gonzalo were also signed to lead roles. Also, Larry Hagman , Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy had shown interest in continuing and got back their old roles. In late October 2011, Mitch Pileggi was signed up for an arc as Harris Ryland . On November 9, 2011, Carlos Bernard was cast for the recurring role of a Venezuelan businessman.
In September 2012, Mitch Pileggi was promoted from supporting actor to leading actor. A few days later, Emma Bell got a lead role in the second season of the series. A short time later, Kuno Becker was hired for the role of Drew Ramos , the brother of Elena Ramos . In October 2013, AnnaLynne McCord and Juan Pablo Di Pace were announced. McCord was signed for the supporting role of Heather in season three , while Di Pace played the leading role of billionaire Nicolas Treviño .
- United States
The first season of the series aired between June 13 and August 8, 2012 on TNT . The broadcast of the first season was followed by an average of 4.5 million viewers. The second season was broadcast from January 28 to April 15, 2013. The first eight episodes of the third season were from February 24 to April 14, 2014 on TNT. TNT showed the remaining episodes from August 18 to September 22, 2014.
The ORF announced in June 2012 that it wanted to show the series in 2013 and broadcast the first season from January 27 to March 24, 2013 on the free TV channel ORF eins . The free TV broadcaster ORF Eins broadcast the first six episodes of the second season from April 7 to May 12, 2013. After episode 6, the station stopped the series for unknown reasons.
As it became known on May 15, 2012, the RTL Group has secured the rights to the series. The free TV broadcaster RTL showed the first season from January 29 to March 26, 2013. Although RTL had originally planned to broadcast the second season immediately after the first from April 2, 2013, it was March 2013 announced that the second season will be shown on Super RTL . The reason for this was persistently poor ratings below the broadcaster average. The second season was broadcast by the free TV broadcaster Super RTL from April 8 to July 22, 2013. The third season was from March 1 to June 7, 2017 on the free TV channel Super RTL.
- United States
- Season 1 was released on January 8, 2013
- Season 2 was released on February 11, 2014
- Season 3 was released on January 13, 2015
- United Kingdom
- Season 1 was released on November 12, 2012
- Season 2 was released on October 7, 2013
- Season 1 was released on April 19, 2013
- Season 2 was released on May 22, 2014
- Season 3 was released on September 17, 2015
- Dallas in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Official website of the broadcaster TNT
- Dallas at Fernsehserien.de
- ↑ Amanda Kondolojy: TNT Announces Premiere Dates for 'The Closer', 'Falling Skies', 'Leverage', 'Rizzoli & Isles' 'Franklin & Bash' + Four Brand New Series . TV by the Numbers. March 15, 2012. Retrieved March 15, 2012.
- ↑ Information on Dallas characters ( Memento of the original from February 7, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- ^ Dallas (2012) Characters
- ↑ Dallas. In: synchronkartei.de. German synchronous index , accessed on January 22, 2013 .
- ↑ Ewing Oil is alive: "Dallas" comeback is becoming more concrete
- ↑ Confirmed: "Dallas" return in summer 2012
- ↑ Larry Hagman has cancer, but still plays along
- ↑ Dallas (2012): Information on the continuation
- ↑ First trailer published for the new edition
- ^ Sara Bible: 'Dallas' Renewed for Second Season by TNT . TV by the Numbers. June 29, 2012. Retrieved June 29, 2012.
- ^ Sara Bible: Dallas Renewed for Season 3 by TNT . In: TV by the Numbers . April 30, 2013. Retrieved April 30, 2013.
- ^ Nellie Andreeva: 'Dallas' Canceled By TNT After Three Seasons . Deadline.com. October 3, 2014. Retrieved October 4, 2014.
- ↑ Josh Henderson and Larry Hagman sign
- ↑ Desperate Housewives - News Mary-Alice moves to Dallas
- ^ "Dallas" continuation with Larry Hagman
- ↑ Dallas: Mitch Pileggi with story arc
- ↑ Carlos Bernard does business with JR
- ↑ Ralf Döbele: Dallas: Mitch Pileggi promoted to the main cast . Wishlist. September 8, 2012. Retrieved September 8, 2012.
- ↑ Thordes Herbst: Dallas: Emma Bell is the new leading actress . Serienjunkies.de . September 12, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2012.
- ↑ Bernd Michael Krannich: Dallas: Kuno Becker becomes Elena's angry brother . Serial junkies. October 2, 2012. Retrieved November 4, 2012.
- ↑ Mario Giglio: Dallas: AnnaLynne McCord pays the Texans a visit . Serial junkies. October 10, 2013. Retrieved October 30, 2013.
- ↑ Bernd Michael Krannich: Camp: Juan Pablo Di Pace we new leading actor in Dallas . Serial junkies. October 30, 2013. Retrieved October 30, 2013.
- ^ Sara Bible: 'Dallas' Finale Garner's 4.3 Million Total Viewers; Ratings Rise In All Key Demos . TV by the Numbers. August 9, 2012. Retrieved September 9, 2012.
- ↑ Bernd Michael Krannich: Dallas: TNT with US start date for season 2 in January . Serial junkies. October 2, 2012. Retrieved October 2, 2012.
- ↑ Amanda Kondolojy: 'Dallas' Season Three Premieres Monday February 24 . In: TVbytheNumbers.com . November 18, 2013. Retrieved January 2, 2014.
- ↑ ORF shows "Dallas" continuation expected in 2013 . The standard. June 13, 2012. Retrieved November 30, 2012.
- ↑ a b Dallas: broadcast dates of the television series . In: Fernsehserien.de . Retrieved April 11, 2013.
- ↑ Christian Junklewitz: Mediengruppe RTL buys new TNT series "Dallas" . Serial junkies. May 15, 2012. Retrieved May 15, 2012.
- ↑ Uwe Mantel: Found a place: RTL shows “Dallas” from the end of January . In: DWDL.de . December 10, 2012. Retrieved December 10, 2012.
- ↑ Alexander Krei: RTL pushes the second "Dallas" season right behind . In: DWDL.de . February 18, 2013. Retrieved February 20, 2013.
- ↑ Uwe Mantel: RTL passes the 2nd "Dallas" season on to Super RTL. dwdl.de , March 13, 2013, accessed on March 13, 2013 .
- ↑ Uwe Mantel: RTL shows “The Glades” instead of “Dallas” on Tuesdays. dwdl.de , March 13, 2013, accessed on March 13, 2013 .