Patrick Duffy has labelled early November as “pivotal” in the efforts to save Dallas following its cancellation by TNT.
The soapy serial ended its third season on a big cliffhanger only to be cancelled by TNT a few weeks later, to the disappointment of executive producer Cynthia Cidre.
Dallas has since been taken to other networks and digital outlets with a view to a fourth season continuation, which Cidre already has mapped out courtesy of a 60-page mythology bible, written prior to the show’s cancellation.
While the outcome of the negotiations remain unclear, series star Duffy described the early November period as being “pivotal” to the show’s revival chances, with the odds becoming slimmer as cast contracts wind down.
See Duffy’s recent tweets on the negotiations to save Dallas:
Morning all Another week of negotiations No news but still hopeful! Stay strong #SaveDallas
— Patrick Duffy (@therealpduffy) October 20, 2014
Coming week pivotal. We will be increasing our PR. After that chances slimmer ❤️ #SaveDallas
— Patrick Duffy (@therealpduffy) November 2, 2014
Watch this space for ongoing updates…