The television actor, known for his roles on "Dallas" and "I Dream of Jeannie," died Friday of complications from cancer. He was 81.
Hagman most notably played the corrupt yet charming oil baron J.R. Ewing on "Dallas." He was the only cast member to appear in all 357 episodes of the show. Earlier this year, he reprised his iconic role on the new edition of "Dallas" on TNT.
Hagman had already filmed a number of episodes in the second season of the "Dallas" remake, which begins in January. Production was put on hold following Hagman's death, but it resumes Tuesday. Instead of "Who shot J.R.?" the question will now be, "How will he meet his final end?"
"Something proper and fitting, I'm sure they'll come up with. The scriptwriters and producers have been just excellent," said Janis Burklund, director of the Dallas Film Commission.
The city of Dallas is giving the show's producers $200,000 a year for six years to film in North Texas. The city says the jobs created and the publicity are worth it.