(September 29, 2010 – Burbank, CA) – One of the longest running shows in television history, “Dallas” ends in a rousing final season with all the scandal, lies and betrayal we’ve come to expect from the Ewing family as Warner Home Video (WHV) releases “Dallas: The Complete Fourteenth Season” on DVD January 18. With J.R. and Bobby once again wrestling for control of the family business, Ewing Oil, the final season of “Dallas” has one last cliffhanger in store, ending the infamous series with a bang! “Dallas: The Complete Fourteenth Season” comes in a five disc DVD collector’s set featuring all 22 episodes and is priced to own at $39.98 SRP. Order due date is December 14, 2010. In its fourteenth and final season, “Dallas” goes out in a gusher of murders and kidnappings, lies and blackmail, seductions and schemes. J.R., Bobby and Cliff – three original characters so big only Big D could hold ’em – are at the heart of the action, surrounded by oil-country folks who joined the series over the years and a passel of dynamic newcomers. And, of course, there’s that “Dallas” hallmark, a white-knuckle cliffhanger. This time it’s a two-part finale inspired by “It’s a Wonderful Life” in which J.R.’s guardian from the great beyond shows the Lone Star State’s meanest rattler what the world would have been without him. Think everything’s for the better? Then you’re in for some surprises! “Number fourteen on Time Magazine’s ‘100 Best TV Shows of All Time,’ ‘Dallas’ continues to be a fan favorite,” said Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV & Special Interest Marketing. “With its dramatic twists, turns and unexpected surprises, it is an American classic that fans will continue to enjoy on DVD for years to come.” The Emmy®-winning series stars Barbara Bel Geddes (“Vertigo”), Patrick Duffy (“The Bold and the Beautiful”), Kimberly Foster (“All My Children”), Larry Hagman (“I Dream of Jeannie”), Howard Keel (“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”), George Kennedy (“Cool Hand Luke”), Ken Kercheval (“Diagnosis Murder”), along with Sasha Mitchell (“Step by Step”), Cathy Podewell (“Earth Angel”), Charlene Tilton (“The Love Boat”) and Sheree J. Wilson (“Walker, Texas Ranger”). About “Dallas”: “Dallas,” the highly popular prime time television soap opera, ran from 1978 to 1991 and revolved around businessman J.R. Ewing and his wealthy Texas family in the oil and cattle-ranching industries. The show originally debuted in April 1978 as a five-part miniseries on the CBS network. However, its immense popularity would allow “Dallas” to return for an additional 13 seasons. People the world over are still watching “Dallas” on cable as the series continues to find a whole new generation of viewers. Over its 14 seasons, “Dallas” garnered 17 Emmy® nominations and four wins, 14 Golden Globe® nominations and one win, and was the #1 or #2 rated network series for five consecutive seasons. Seasons 1 through 13 are currently available on DVD. About Warner Home Video: With operations in 90 international territories, Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, a division of the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment. About Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group brings together Warner Bros. Entertainment's home video, digital distribution, interactive entertainment/videogames, direct-to-DVD production, technical operations and anti-piracy businesses in order to maximize current and next-generation distribution scenarios. WBHEG is responsible for the global distribution of content through DVD, electronic sell-through and VOD, and delivery of theatrical content to wireless and online channels, and is also a significant worldwide publisher for both internal and third party videogame titles. For more information on this and other titles distributed by Warner Home Video, visit www.whvdirect.com.