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It’s official: TNT is bringing back Dallas.

The 1980s hit will get a modern makeover on the cable network, which just gave its new version of Dallas a nine-episode series order, sources say.

Here’s the description from when the network announced the pilot:

The new version will focus on the Ewing offspring — J.R. Ewing’s son John Ross (Josh Henderson of Desperate Housewives), and Christopher, the adopted son of Bobby… Continue reading TNT gives series order to ‘Dallas’ reboot

“We were drunk when we compiled this schedule.”—NBC

The Peacock has bared its plumage for the fall season, unveiling its 2011-2012 premiere schedule today—the last of the major networks to do so. It’ll be another rebuilding year for NBC as the network struggles to regain its one-time glory after a string of embarrassing years; the new schedule will rely heavily on the network’s newly-branded Music Mondays, which have… Continue reading NBC's Premiere Schedule Gives Chuck a Late Start

Natalie Portman Gives Birth To Baby Boy

The bun has come out of the oven! Best Actress Oscar winner Natalie Portman and her choreographer fiance. Benjamin Millepied are beaming over the arrival of their bouncing baby boy. [...] Continue reading Natalie Portman Gives Birth To Baby Boy

The Bombay high court has given some relief to actor Salman Khan by rejecting a petition filed by the income tax (I-T) department against him for alleged tax evasion of Rs 4 crores.

The I-T sleuths had disputed Khan’s assessment of income for the period 2000-01. They inspected that Salman’s accounts were not in place. While the actor had declared his income as Rs 9.32 crores, a re-assessment by the Taxmen… Continue reading Bombay high court gives Salman some respite

The network’s not ready to throw in the towel on Rob Schneider, whose pilot about a confirmed bachelor who marries into a tight-knit Mexican-American family didn’t make the cut for fall. EW has learned that CBS will re-shoot the pilot and has ordered a few more scripts for the comedy. If it’s good enough, it  CBS gives Rob Schneider pilot another look