Dallas in its first season was a good blend of the old and the new and kept that balance throughout the first season. Now the show is returning and more of the emphasis appears to be on the younger cast members.
Sharp, tactful, and menacing, the show Dallas will easily have you drawn and locked in week after week. The familiar and unfamiliar will keep you in a state of upheaval and you'll love every second of it.
As far as maintaining the same feel as the wildly popular soap, "Dallas" is great. TNT's reboot has been redone for our modern, more fickle eyes, but keeps the main storyline all about family and heart, all told by a younger, prettier cast. But is it watchable week after week?
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