Hollywood is still mourning the loss of Dallas star Larry Hagman, but a series of memorial services, including a proper send-off on the hit TNT drama, ensure the beloved baddie will never be forgotten.
The iconic TV schemer died Friday due to complications from cancer at the age of 81, and both private and public services are in order so adoring fans and loved ones can say their proper goodbyes.
The Fort Worth native will be remembered this week during private invitation-only services in Dallas and Los Angeles. His personal manager, John Castonia, announced today that the memorial services will celebrate Hagman's life.
He declined to provide further details.
In addition to the private ceremonies, the star will also be honored on Dec. 2 at the Southfork Ranch in Dallas,the TV home of his villainous character, J.R. Ewing.
Southfork will commemorate Hagman's life by offering the public complimentary tours of the ranch. A memorial reception will follow, during which guests will be able to pay their respects.
Producers of the hit TNT Dallas reboot also announced today that Hagman's character will be given a proper send-off on the show later this season.
Clearly, Hagman will be missed both onscreen and off.