Kyle Killen isn't giving up. The creator-writer-executive producer of "Lone Star," the short-lived and critically acclaimed 20th Century Fox Television show about a Texas con-man, still believes the series could air on cable television. "We have 6 completed episodes that function nicely as a mini-season and we'd love to find a home for that," Killen told Speakeasy on the eve of this year's Austin Film Festival and Conference, where he's speaking this weekend and the "Lone Star" pilot will be shown.
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