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Dallas Spoilers.

Wednesday, July 30 2014


Where There's Smoke. (TNT)
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Catch up on Dallas spoilers, Grey's Anatomy spoilers, Pretty Little Liars spoilers, Revenge Spoilers, and Venice The Series recaps.

Dallas is renewed for season 3

Season 3 will return with new episodes on August 18.

Melinda Clarke has been cast as Tracey McKay (previously played by Beth Toussaint) for season three. Fans of the original series will remember her character as Bobby's girlfriend. Tracey is the daughter of Ewing enemy Carter McKay.

Summer première:

Monday August 18 9:00 PM:

The mid-season premiere finds the Ewing family searching for answers as to who set the fire at Southfork Ranch and who will survive.

John Ross and Emma struggle with their role in Pamela's overdose.

Relationships among the family are forever changed.


Where There's Smoke. (TNT/Skip Bolen)
Coming up:

There will be a shooting, pregnancy and death.

Another wedding will bring back Lucy (Charlene Tilton), Ray (Steve Kanaly) and Afton (Audrey Landers).

Ann and Bobby's marriage will be tested.

Bobby could very well stray from Ann with a newcomer or a face from the past.

Christopher and Heather will hook-up sometime after he witnesses her and her ex-husband in a heated moment.

Elena will get some help in the name of revenge by a Mexican compound dweller named Joaquin.

Sue Ellen reflects on J.R.'s cheating after John Ross is unfaithful.

Sue Ellen's path back to the bottle will come to a head during a midseason cliffhanger. Fans will be able to connect it to a past season ender from the original series.

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