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In this Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014 photo, actors Josh Henderson, left, and Jesse Metcalfe rehearse a scene during production of the television series Dallas at Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas. The third season of the reboot of the classic series, which premieres Monday, Feb. 24 on TNT, marks the first full season without Larry Hagman, who died of complications from cancer in November 2012 at age 81. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
TV preview: ‘Dallas’ is still hot without J.R.
First Published Aug 13 2014 05:31 pm • Last Updated Aug 14 2014 04:12 pm

"Dallas" returns with the second half of Season 3 — or Season 17, depending on how you’re counting. Surprisingly, despite the loss of Larry Hagman (J.R.), this show is still fun. The Ewings are dealing with the aftermath of the fire at Southfork. Which, by the way, is the second time the house has burned. That was the Season 6 cliffhanger way back in 1983.

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