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"Dallas" premieres Wednesday night on TNT (which is owned by the same parent company as CNN), and the resurrection of the primetime soap got us thinking: what other series do we wish would return to the small screen, picking up where they left off?
Imagine being able to find out what happened to that beloved character you used to check in with every week. Here are just a few series that we'd want to see get the "Dallas" treatment:
Now that Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" has been permanently etched in our brains, the single's now also taken over the top spot on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
Jepsen's catchy single (and possible song of the summer) dethroned Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know," making Jepsen the first lead songstress to take her first Hot 100 song entry all the way to No. 1 since Ke$ha did the same with "Tik Tok" at the start of 2010.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson look way too young to be parents in a new photo of the pair as their "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" alter-egos, Bella Swan and Edward Cullen.
EW.com: Ten new photos from "Breaking Dawn - Part 2"
But then again, they're (now both) vampires who became immortal in their late teens, and again once more, their daughter Renesmee is a human-vampire hybrid who practically ages in dog years. Mackenzie Foy, the actress who plays the vampire couple's daughter in the final "Twilight Saga" film, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," is actually 11 years old.
Although Lady Gaga suffered a nasty hit on the head during a performance over the weekend in New Zealand, the shows must go on.
The pop phenom's since moved on to Brisbane, Australia, and she shared a picture of herself in recovery mode on Monday night. "Emerging from hours of sleep. Still remiss if I should go outside, with this clonker I may be of questionable styling," she joked.
The mini-“Darth Vader” who stole our hearts with his adorable Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial last year needs to get his own heart fixed.
Seven-year-old Max Page, who played a pint-size version of the iconic “Star Wars” character in the viral car commercial, will undergo open heart surgery Thursday, as his parents said Wednesday on the "Today" show.
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