According to an interview actress, Jordana Brewster, gave to Collider.com published on Jan. 27, she gave a glimpse into what viewers can expect on "Dallas" season 2. She portrays the character of Elena Ramos -- Christopher Ewing's (played by Jesse Metcalfe) girlfriend and business partner.
Brewster said her character will be more decisive in season 2. When it comes to John Ross (Josh Henderson), she'll remain weary of him for a long time.
"She’s always going to be weary of him," Brewster shared. "There break-up makes him even more of an, I don’t want to say villain, but S.O.B. I think she’s just always on guard now, when it comes to John Ross."
Brewster said so far the cast has shot nine episode. She offered some preview into what happens between Elena and Christopher.
"They’re also headed for some conflict," Brewster said. "They’re definitely in their honeymoon stage for the first couple of episodes, but then there’s so much going on. They also made the mistake of going into business together, which everyone knows you shouldn’t do. That can’t be all wine and roses."
Who will be the driving force making matters complicated on "Dallas" within the dynamic of John Ross, Elena, Christopher, and Rebecca (Julie Gonzalo)? Brewster thinks it will be Rebecca because she's pregnant with Christopher's babies and wants to marry him.
"You have to accept the fact that another woman will have your husband’s babies before you’ll have his children, and she’s completely untrustworthy. She’s always going to be in their lives, which is really unbearable for Elena."
Elena's brother will appear on season 2 and she thinks he's there to mess things up for her. She looks forward to exploring that side of her character on the show.
When it comes to J.R. Ewing and the death of Larry Hagman, Brewster said it took the writers all of Christmas break to restructure the second half of season 2. The most iconic "Dallas" character will leave a lasting legacy of juicy storylines for the series.
"His leaving sets the stage for so much that starts happening, and the stakes are raised," Brewster concluded. "I do think he would be very happy."
"Dallas" season 2 premieres Monday, Jan. 28 on TNT at 9 p.m., ET.