Kyle Killen on Awake and learning from super-serialized Lone Star
Quick Hit. At this week’s Television Critic’s Association, FOX entertainment president Kevin Reilly and chairman Peter Rice said that the failure (see: cancelation) of Lone Star hadn’t made them scared about taking more chances with different types of shows. “I’d much prefer to fail with a show that we’re creatively proud of than fail withRead More →
Time for a look of some of the Seriable tidbits doing the rounds. Including: News of Nikita‘s full season pick-up, an interview with The Walking Dead‘s Laurie Holden and Emma Bell, a Lone Star rebirth – of sorts (don’t get too excited Lone Star fans!), and news of a another sci-fi icon coming to Fringe.
Fox has taken Lone Star to the river and drowned it while whispering, “It wasn’t your fault..not entirely,” in its ear. The network had given the critically acclaimed drama a reprieve after its dismal ratings performance on its debut, but after another poor showing last night, Fox saw fit to make the TV landscape lessRead More →
With Lone Star once again burning out on Monday night, and Fringe not receiving the audience share that many feel it deserves on Thursday nights, our question today is simple: If Fox puts Lone Star into deep freeze, would you like to see Fringe moved to the vacated spot after House on Monday nights?
It may have barely left the womb, but Fox’s serialized drama, Lone Star, is in trouble. After just one episode. It’s premiere last week received only 4.1 million pairs of eyes and a 1.3 rating – and that’s off the back of a ‘House’ lead-in. Some people are surprised that Fox didn’t dump the showRead More →