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.
Infidelity-prone protagonists don't have much of a shelf life outside of cable television — just ask the producers of Swingtown (R.I.P.) or writer Kyle Killen, who created the critically acclaimed Fox-ratings sinkhole Lone Star. Kil... Read Post
The Fall 2010 TV series has its first causality: Fox's critically acclaimed, but low-rated drama "Lone Star." The series, which was on the bubble after it only pulled in 4.1 million viewers for its premiere last week, starred newcom... Read Post