Sue Ellen Ewing - in Jock’s role. Show more of the foundation she created merged with a foundation Clayton and Miss Ellie put together that she runs (would explain where all the money went), and others, the Ewing Family Foundations. In the last 4 years she managed to prove the SF mineral rights were left to Miss Ellie’s foundation. With billions of dollar managed in the foundations she is the power behind every business move. She moves into SF at Pamela’s bequest. Bobby Ewing - in Miss Ellie’s role. He owns 1/2 the ranch and cares for it and plays the voice of reason in the family. Ann went with Emma to live in Virginia. Ryland is back in prison thanks to John Ross and Judith is a U.S. Senator (mentioned not seen), also thanks to John Ross. Chris lived, put his life back together and moved to California with his mother who turned out alive. Cliff died in a mental hospital in Mexico. Bobby is the history and moral center, caring for everyone. Ellie Ewing - in JR’s role. John Ross’s sister that Sue Ellen raised in England and JR was involved with, though Sue Ellen never knew. She uses money JR left her to team up with John Ross and create Ewing Industries, including taking over Ewing Global (including Ewing Oil, Ewing Alternative Energy and Wentworth Tool and Die) and Ryland Trucking in a scheme set up by JR with Carlos DeSol’s help. John Ross also created a paramilitary company, Branch Water from Ryland’s CIA contacts which Ellie uses as her go to people in underhanded dealings. Mention James and Bo (Cally’s son) so they’re not ignored from the original Dallas, as bastards in Ellie’s mind. John Ross - in Bobby’s role. Ellie’s partner in Ewing Industries, Bobby’s best friend, retired from business to work the ranch but stays involved with Monday morning strategy meetings. He tends to fight Ellie over schemes but in the end he and his sister are thick as thrives. Pamela Ewing - in Pam’s role. John Ross’s wife, a romantic couple but Ellie wants her gone. Pamela has adopted John Ross Ewing III, Jay (John Ross’s out of wedlock son we didn’t see on TNT), and Steven Clayton Ewing (John Ross’s other son with Elena, who is in prison for her involvement with the drug cartel, born at the end of 2010, the year JR died, the year without estate taxes). She’s a devoted house wife and mother and in the DOA. Jay Ewing - in Lucy’s role. John Ross Ewing IV, the college freshman, cheesecake role, playboy type, he with his aunt Ellie are based on Angela and Lance from Falcon Crest. Anthony Cumson - in Sue Elle’s role. Lance Cumson’s son from Falcon Crest, just to tie the two shows together (mention his father as a great vintner and his uncle the seer of ‘Cisco), a California blue blood, Stanford and Cambridge grad, a nerdy genius who runs Ewing Industries for John Ross and Ellie, with an on again off again relationship with Ellie. J. Paul Wendell - in Cliff’s role. Jeremy Wendell’s son, Chairman and CEO of the Trident Corporation (which owns the old West Star Corporation). He hates the Ewing’s. Turns out his mother is Afton, who gave him up for adoption (Jeremy raped her and paid her for the child, never seen on original Dallas) before she even meet JR, so he’s Pamela’s 1/2 brother. This sets up the Ewing Wendell Feud with others Ewing’s appearing and of course Afton hates the Ewing’s as well. Mateo Ramos - in Ray’s role. Drew and Elena’s brother, Carmen’s other son, and Teresa’s nephew (from the original). He’s having a secret affair with Jay (who’s bisexual) and works for Bobby and John Ross running the ranch. Like his brother he was in the military and friends with John Ross growing up. He blames Elena for Drew’s murder. Chris arrives in Dallas determined to take what he believes belongs to him, after Cliff dies leaving him in his will Ray Kreb’s old ranch, which use to be part of SF. John Ross tries to buy him out to get him to leave. Chris sides with the DA and Wendell against John Ross and Ellie. A heart broken Bobby can’t believe the depths Chris will sink in order to destroy the Ewing’s. Lucas arrives (mentioning his sisters Margret and Charlie) and becomes the son Bobby always wanted after confronting their issues. Bobby helps Lucas buy the old Wade Ranch. This makes Chris more determined to get revenge, even on Bobby. Much like Digger, Chris’s version of the truth consumes him until the bitter and dramatic end.