TV preview: 'Dallas' is back; feudin' resumes

Published January 23, 2013 4:53 pm

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'Dallas' kicks off its second season — well, actually, its 16th season — with Christopher battling John Ross, Christopher battling Rebecca, Ann battling her ex-husband, J.R. battling Cliff, and so on and so on. It's all great fun. And, yes, the late Larry Hagman appears in this episode. His character, J.R., will die this season, and we're promised a proper send-off.

Watch • 7 and 8 p.m.; 9 and 10 p.m. Monday, TNT The Week Ahead

'Raising Hope'

Jimmy and Sabrina get married, and Sabrina's mom hires the camera crew from "Modern Family" to film it.

Watch • 7 p.m. Tuesday, Channel 13

'American Experience'

Fascinating profile of industrialist/virulent anti-semite Henry Ford.

Watch • 8 p.m. Tuesday, Channel 7

'The Americans'

Promising new series about an all-American couple who are Soviet spies in the early 1980s.

Watch • 11 p.m. Wednesday, FX

'Do No Harm'

Laughably bad new series that's sort of a present-day update of the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde story.

Watch • 9 p.m. Thursday, Channel 5 This Weekend

'Spartacus: War of the Damned'

The final season of this bloody series begins, and the empire sends a new nemesis to put down Spartacus' rebellion.

Watch • 10 p.m. Friday, Starz

'The New Normal'

Turns out that nobody's gaydar is functioning particularly well.

Watch • 10 p.m. Saturday, Channel 30

'The Makeover'

In this Hallmark Hall of Fame movie based on George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion," a consultant transforms a beer vendor into a congressional candidate.

Watch • 8 p.m. Sunday, Channel 4

'Downton Abbey'

The Crawleys face even more trials; new servants find it tough to fit in with the close-knit old-timers.

Watch • 8 p.m. Sunday, Channel 7



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