Updates (Oct. 27, 2:35 p.m. and 6:40 p.m.): This morning, I posted the following report, which states TNT might reverse its cancellation of “Dallas.” By the afternoon, TNT was telling fans it won’t reconsider its decision to drop the series. For now, I encourage everyone to remain positive and to keep showing their love for “Dallas” on social media.
The rumors are true: TNT might reverse its cancellation of “Dallas,” Dallas Decoder has confirmed. Fans should contact TNT today and urge the network to save the series.
Warner Bros., the studio that produces “Dallas,” has held discussions with other networks, but for a variety of reasons, these efforts haven’t panned out. There’s still an outside chance the show could find a new home on The CW, but for now, fans are strongly encouraged to focus their efforts on TNT.
An important note: When contacting TNT, please be polite and positive. Many fans are understandably upset the network canceled “Dallas” in the first place, but what matters now is urging TNT to give the show another chance.
Here’s the contact information:
Address: 1050 Techwood Drive NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318
Telephone: 404-827-1700 (main), 404-885-4538 (viewer comments)
Write, call, tweet. Unleash the full force of your passions. If you want to go straight to the top, you can also email the executives in charge of Turner Broadcasting System, TNT’s parent company: David Levy, president, firstname.lastname@example.org, and John Martin, chairman and chief executive officer, email@example.com.
There’s no overstating how important this is, fellow fans. If we want to rescue our show, this might be our last, best shot. Let’s come together like never before and show TNT why “Dallas” must be saved.
Share your positive comments below and check out Dallas Decoder’s Save Dallas Page for links to news coverage, petitions, other fan sites and more.