TV Series created by David Jacobs
Dallas is a sequel to the 80s television series with the same name. J.R. and Bobby's sons, John Ross and Christopher are all grown up and start to continue the fight their fathers once had over Southfork and the family empire, Ewing Oil.
Guns of Paradise
Paradise starred Lee Horsley as Cord, a professional gunfighter who was forced to take custody of the four children of his sister, a St. Louis singer who was dying and unable to make any other arrangements for their care. Cord realized that his profession was unsuitable to child rearing and decided to change, renting a farm from Amelia Lawson (Sigrid Thornton), who also owned the local bank in the small town of Paradise, California (the origin of the title). Ethan tried to live a peaceful life, but was constantly haunted by his violent past and frequently called upon by the townspeople to defend them from lawlessness. Cord was close friends with John Taylor (Dehl Berti), a Native American medicine man, who often provided him with wise counsel and insights into human nature.
This was a prime time soap opera which aired on CBS in the United States. The series was a spin off from the popular Dallas series.
Central characters on the series included Gary and Valene Ewing, Abby Cunningham and Karen MacKenzie. The series started with Gary and Valene moving to Seaview Circle, Knots Landing where the shows main characters would live for the shows complete run.
Arguably the best soap opera ever produced, Dallas had it all. Beautiful women, expensive cars, and men playing Monopoly with real buildings. It had the best trans-season cliffhanger in history that had the whole world asking "Who shot J.R.?" Dallas is an important part of American History, if not world history.