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'Lone Star,' meet the Alamo

Fox's poor Lone Star continued its death spiral Monday night. Only 3.8 million viewers tuned in, down from Lonestarthe already horrendous 4.1 million of the show's first week. Worse yet, Lone Star couldn't keep the few people who tuned it: The audience dropped by half from the first half hour to the second. Sad to say, but this show is about to meet Jim Bowie and Davey Crockett in Texas heaven.

UPDATE: It's official: Lone Star is the first cancellation of the fall season. By the way, the final Nielsen numbers were even worse than the rough estimates -- just 3.2 million people watched the second episode.


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All I hear is how bad the show is performing in the ratings. Is there any talk about moving it to another night? Maybe also clear it on FX on a different day and time? It's up against Dancing on ABC and The Event on NBC. How about putting it up against something else that's less popular?


So pissed. Was the only show I liked so far with the exception of maybe Raising Hope, which is a vile show, but like any trainwreck, I kinda can't stop watching.

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