TNT's DALLAS kicks off its third season on Monday, February 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
The season will start with a run of eight episodes before going on hiatus and returning in the summer with seven more.
DALLAS stars Patrick Duffy as Bobby Ewing, who is now the senior member of the Ewing family following the death of his older brother, J.R. Ewing. Linda Gray stars as Sue Ellen Ewing, J.R.'s former wife and the mother of his son, John Ross, played by Josh Henderson. Following the death of his revered father, John Ross is out to prove he can be just as powerful an ally or enemy as his infamous father. Jesse Metcalfe is Christopher, Bobby's adopted son who is newly single and determined to make a name for himself and his family in the world of natural gas.
Jordana Brewster is Elena Ramos, John Ross and Christopher's former girlfriend who is now blinded by thoughts of justice for previous wrongs. Julie Gonzalo is Pamela Rebecca Barnes, John Ross' wife and the daughter of Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval), a longtime rival of the Ewings. She is determined to have a happy ending with her husband and make a home on Southfork Ranch. Brenda Strong stars as Bobby's wife, Ann, while Mitch Pileggi stars as Harris Ryland, her scheming ex-husband.
The ensemble cast also includes Emma Bell as Emma Ryland, a sheltered beauty whose father has taught her to distrust the world around her, and Kuno Becker as Drew Ramos, Elena's troubled brother.
Guest star Judith Light is set to return as Judith Ryland.
AnnaLynne McCord (90210, NIP/TUCK) is set for a multiple-episode guest-starring role as Heather, a 20-something ranch hand with a troubled ex-husband and a 5-year-old son.
ALL MY CHILDREN's Denyse Tontz will also appear in a yet to be announced role.
DALLAS drew more than 3.8 million viewers in its second season, with 1.7 million adults 25-54.
Shot on location in the title city, DALLAS is produced for TNT by Warner Horizon Television, with Cynthia Cidre, Michael M. Robin, Robert Rovner and Bruce Rasmussen serving as executive producers. Dallas is based on the series created by David Jacobs.