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CW Sets Fall Premiere Date For DYNASTY Reboot!



When that feuding, spoiled family, the Carringtons of Dynasty come back into our public consciousness this fall, things will look quiet different than the original soapy send-up on ABC back in the 80’s!

Now the CW has announced that Dynasty reboot will premiere on Oct 11th (9PMEST/PST) and will be in the soapy night of the week for the network which is Wednesdays following Riverdale.

Dynasty stars: Grant Show, Elizabeth Gillies, Nathalie Kelley, James Mackay, Alan Dale, Sam Adegoke, Robert Christopher Riley, and Rafael de la Fuente.

Watch the first look trailer for the series below and then let us know if you will be checking out the series this fall via the comment section below!

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Grant Show could be playing the Jeff role….not the Blake role!! Poor Grant! He is the king of failed serkes’, I think!


Show could play Jeff 15-20 years ago. He’s the perfect age for Blake in this reboot


Sorry… nope! Got the wrong vibe just like Melrose Place did. Will not work!


At first glance, this looks over the top — and not in a good way…
It’s camp — on steroids!


HA HA…GOOD ONE, Brother!!!!! And a very, very accurate description.


Johnny Grant



That’s the worst dialogue I’ve ever heard. The 1% on Dynasty do not talk like that.

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

Horrible acting…and sexing it up more looks like thats all they added to the reboot…i will pass…and it will not last…Dynasty: The Next Generation with Jeff and Fallon as the leads might had been better!!!

Jimh(leave it to beaver)
Jimh(leave it to beaver)

How about another reboot..’.Nuts Landing.’..staring all those who think this reboot will wotrk-lol


I believe that title is already taken…by a porn flick.


Um…whoa! They got the glamour and the Reagan era look right. But is too different from the original and it doesnt look like there is anyone to root for. These reboots think that by using a familiar name and concept that audiences will flock to it. The show should have taken Jeff and Fallon…placed them at the helm…and had their kids as the young leads. Kids is relative….if you follow the timeline of the show these “kids” would be 30-35 years old. Adam had a few kids….Blake a d Krystle had Krystina….there was ample family members to be worked in. I will tune into this show….but I dont see it lasting beyond a season or two. Not to wish anyone unemployment. But it starts with the writing…if it aint on the page, it aint on the stage!


Unfortunately the ratings on the Dallas continuation a few years back killed any chance of Dynasty being a continuation rather than this reboot.

Michael S

If this lasts even one season I will be surprised.


I don’t know, I think it could be interesting. Don’t know if I’d say it’s DYNASTY 2017, but it has come interesting elements in the preview that will cause me to watch.


It’s from the folks that gave us the classic GOSSIP GIRL so of course I’ll be checking it out.


GG was a fabulous show, Alan, because it was fresh, new and had a plethora of outstanding, attractive newbies! (Loved my Chuck and Blair!) This example, on the other hand, is nothing but warmed-up leftovers created from the carcass of a once-formidable blockbuster of a nighttime soap…it will never be able to be duplicated or improved upon by tweaking the “original recipe,” so why even bother trying with this pathetic newfangled mishmash of mediocrity????


Horrible…. what a yawner!


Looks like juicy fun with no dead red head mystery, no fangs and blood, and super power individual able to leap tall building in a single bound! I love a good sexy vamping super charged soap opera!! I’m in.


Whatever. N-e-x-t……….


So the sexed up Sammy Jo is a guy? UGH. #bye


Heather Locklear must be pissed!!!


I loved the original Dynasty. It was one of my favorite shows back in the day. Not very impressed by this trailer. But, I will give the show a try.


Looking forward to it! Sammy Jo is now a male! Lol

Allen Saint James

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