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LONE STAR: James Wolk, Adrianne Palicki and Eloise Mumford Talk Love Triangles and Cons

September 27, 2010 by  

Friends, we need to chat.

See, there’s this little show called LONE STAR that I love. You may have heard of it before last Monday’s series premiere — it’s about a con man living two different lives, in two different towns, in love with two different women… critics dug it, there were ads everywhere, etc. — but Tuesday morning, we got bad news: the ratings, um, well, let’s just say they weren’t good.

Since then, series creator Kyle Killen has used his Twitter account, personal blog and even interviewed himself in order to accomplish the seemingly impossible: save his show.

So here’s the deal: I’m not asking you to pledge your life to LONE STAR.

All I’m asking is for you to give it a shot. Tune in to Fox tonight at 9 P.M. (it’s right after HOUSE, a show I know many of you watch) and just try it. If you don’t like it, that’s cool. If you do, even better.

Need more convincing?

Adrianne Palicki — of FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS fame — and I talked about her mysterious character, Cat, and it sounds like she’s got some secrets up her sleeve…


Charming leading man James Wolk (Bob) and his costar Eloise Mumford (Lindsay) talked about the house of cards his character is living in, plus whether Lindsay is hiding something from him as well…


Will you be tuning in tonight?

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2 Responses to “LONE STAR: James Wolk, Adrianne Palicki and Eloise Mumford Talk Love Triangles and Cons”

  1. Nicole on September 28th, 2010 9:04 am

    I still don’t quite grasp whether my viewership counts (I’m in Canada), or how it’s measured, but I turned on 2 tv’s in my house and set them to Fox at 9pm, plus I DVR’d the show. I’m afraid to find out the ratings – I loved the pilot so much and while I understand the need for networks to cut shows that aren’t working, I just don’t think that 2 episodes is enough to go on. SO many shows took time to catch on and build an audience. The first two weeks of the highly competivie fall premieres is not a fair assessment.

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