A day before the reform of the Constitution is voted in the Senate to impose budgetary stability, major unions, UGT and CC OO, they have taken to the streets in several cities to demand a referendum on the agreement approved last Friday in Congress between PSOE and PP. the March of Barcelona, which has finished suddenlyIt has been among the first to start. It has begun with the emergence of a group of indignant that she screamed less agree and more fight and exhibited a placard, a few meters before the header, with the slogan let the Union, join the fight. Organizing unions have spearheaded the March of Madrid, in which we have heard screams of constitutionalising the poverty not or my Constitution the vote I, and Izquierda Unida, the PCE and anti-capitalist left have closed it. Source of the news:: unions and indignant marching against the constitutional reform
Channel TNT has ordered the shooting of 10 episodes. Be based on the story of the original series, one of the most successful in the history of TV. This new version will be directed by Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo and Brenda Strong. Larry Hagman, the actor who breathed life into the evil J.R. Ewing on the first delivery. The American channel TNT has given the green light to the new version of the mythical series Dallas, a project that will begin airing next summer, reported Friday the digital edition of the magazine The Hollywood Reporter.
TNT has ordered the shooting of 10 episodes for this project, which will be based on the classic characters from the original series, one of the most popular in history, which were dismissed in May 1991 after 13 years on the air. The new series will revolve around the internal conflicts of a Tejano family of oil tycoons and will star Josh Henderson, Jesse Metcalfe, Jordana Brewster, Julie Gonzalo and Brenda Strong. It also appears in the cast Larry Hagman, the actor who breathed life into the evil J.R. Ewing on the original series. TNT has explored the possibility of launching an updated version of Dallas for many years, but we cannot decide until we read the wonderful Cynthia Cidre script for the pilot episode and we knew that it was the basis for a great new series, said Michael Wright, Executive Vice President of programming for TNT.
Cidre is also the Executive producer of the new project, whose first chapter Michael M. Robin will take you. The original series, with 356 episodes, was followed by millions of viewers in nearly 100 countries and met its boom between 1979 and 1987. The success of Dallas gave way to other series cut with patterns similar, such as dynasty and Falcon Crest. Source of the news: preparing new episodes of Dallas, one of the legendary TV series