The wait is over. Tonight at 8, the much anticipated relaunch of the popular Dallas TV series premieres on TNT – will you be watching? If so, listen up.
We’re told that tonight’s premiere episode will feature a cameo by an Ebby listing.
Located on 1.3 acres of sprawling manicured grounds in prestigious Willow Bend Country is the 6 bedroom, 8 full and three half bath home at 2504 Beacon Crest Drive. Rumor has it that this particular home was chosen over all other options for the filming of interior scenes because of its wide open spaces, beautiful decor and many amenities.
Ebby Associate Mary Jo Pope of The Paulette Greene Group, who was present for filming, tells us that the formal dining room was used for a family dinner scene, the study was used for a scene between actors Patrick Duffy and Jesse Metcalf, and the downstairs guest suite was the location of a scene where bridesmaids prepare for a wedding. Curious to see what it takes to film a television series? To see behind the scenes photos of the filming at this home, courtesy of Mary Jo, click here.
And don’t forget that this famous home could be yours – it’s currently offered for $3.995 million by The Paulette Greene Group. If you’re curious to see other luxury homes currently for sale in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex that would satisfy your inner J.R., Bobby or Sue Ellen, click here to see the current offerings.
As you might imagine, the Metroplex has been buzzing for months about the new series, and it was only fitting that TNT hosted the premiere at Dallas’ Winspear Opera House last week. You can see red carpet photos and get the inside scoop on what stars Larry Hagman, Linda Gray, Jesse Metcalf and others think of the title city after filming on location at the Oh So Cynthia blog here.
And if you still can’t get enough of Dallas, CNN recently reported on where the fictional characters of the show would frequent in modern-day Dallas – Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, Adair’s Saloon, Highland Park Village and The Mansion to name a few. Read the full story by clicking here.
Need to catch up on your Dallas history before the premiere? Check out this brief video recap:
Set your DVR now, the world premiere of Dallas is tonight at 8pm on TNT.