After the end of season 3 filmings, Emma come back to New York for a new project, posting the news on her instagram account: Law & Order: SVU.
The TV Guide published more details about this upcoming episode:
The episode is titled “Reasonable Doubt” and sees Frank accused of molesting their eight-year-old daughter. However, Catherine refuses to cooperate in the investigation, which leads the squad to suspect the accusations were fabricated to curry public favor in the media. Things get even more complicated when Catherine’s younger sister Rose (Dallas’ Emma Bell) becomes engaged to Frank. Ousted Today show co-anchor Ann Curry and Geraldo Rivera will also appear in the episodes as themselves.
“Reasonable Doubt” is set to air May 7. Law & Order: SVU airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.
Source: TV Guide
TNT released pictures of the 6th episode of Dallas titled “Like Father, Like Son” airing Monday, March 31, at 9/8c.
And about summer 2014 lineup, TNT announced the dates for all series, including for returning of second half of Dallas Season 3:
TNT, home to more hit dramas than any other cable network, is preparing to roll out a stellar summer lineup of 10 original series, including five returning hits – Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes, Perception, Dallas and Franklin & Bash – and the launch of Murder in the First, a powerful new crime drama from 10-time Emmy®-winning executive producer Steven Bochco. These six shows join the previously announced season premiere of Falling Skies and the debuts of the exciting new series The Last Ship and Legends in giving TNT a total of nine scripted dramas this summer, the most ever for a basic cable network. In addition, TNT’s unscripted crime-investigation series Cold Justice, which is currently in its second season, will join the lineup with a run of new episodes. [...]
TNT’s second wave of dramas will arrive later in the summer, when Dallas returns for the second half of its third season. Currently airing Mondays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) through mid-April, the Ewing family saga will be back for its summer run starting Monday, Aug. 18, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
Source: TNT Newsroom
Photos are now available from “Playing Chicken” airing Monday, March 10, at 9/8c on TNT. The episode was directed by Jesse Bochco and written by Gail Gilchriest:
The race to secure capital for the impending Arctic Lease auction has Bobby scrambling to outmaneuver John Ross’ efforts to frack on Southfork. While Nicolas and Elena’s partnership heats up, Christopher makes a startling discovery about Nicolas’ past, and Emma’s games put John Ross and Pamela’s upcoming wedding in jeopardy.
Check out the pictures on our gallery:
Dallas on TNT is definitely one of the sexiest and most addictive shows on TV. It’s filled with lust, greed, envy, wrath, gluttony, pride, sloth. So, it’s no wonder that Emma Bell—who plays seductive bad girl Emma Ryland—is calling the new season, “the seven deadly sins season.”
When we caught up with Dallas stars Emma and Josh Henderson at the Savannah College of Art and Design’s aTVFest, we couldn’t wait to find out what exactly will go down when season three premieres on Monday, February 24th at 9pm ET on TNT.
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Emma and Josh Henderson discusses to BuddyTV about the love triangle on Dallas Season 3. Check out the video interview for Emma:
Highlights from the interview:
On last February 20 Emma attended the J.R. Ewing Bourbon Launch Party to celebrate a special reserve “J.R. Ewing Bourbon” inspired by the legendary character that Larry Hagman brought to life on TV.
“The bourbon that we tried to create has a charisma a lot like J.R. had, so we tried to make in a way that was not only drinkable, but also had a robust flavor to it that we’ve created something of a high quality, and something that he would have really be interested in. Center points of what we tried to do is make sure that he would drink this product, and he would put his name on it, because otherwise, if we’ve failed J.R., then we’ve failed everyone,” Southfork Bottling Company’s Andy Harmon said.
“I think J.R. Ewing stands for true American values,” Southfork Bottling Company’s Charles Waldman added. “I think J.R. Ewing is the man that most of us want to be. Not all of us are brave enough to say that, but there’s that element of J.R. in everybody. That’s why he was the villain you loved. And, as Andy says, it’s really a tribute to J.R. Ewing.”
You can see some pictures of the event on our gallery. Check out: