On Lone Star Law viewers get unprecedented access to the more than 500 agents of Texas Parks and Wildlife wardens who embark on dangerous missions to apprehend those who commit crimes against nature. The series captures the more than 60,000 arrests each year made by the wardens as they execute undercover stings, work on ongoing investigations and protect their territories.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Lone Star is an American drama television series which originally ran on Fox from September 20, 2010 to September 27, 2010, airing Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Fox announced Lone Star's cancellation on September 28, 2010 after two low-rated episodes. This was the first cancellation of the 2010-11 television season.
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For us to survive we're going to have to pull off a minor miracle. Statistically, new shows tend to lose viewers in their second week. We're aiming to gain them. In fact, screw it, let's just double our audience. The good news is, our audience was so small that if my Mom AND my Dad watch it we'll pretty much be there.
As of July 9, 2010, Metacritic reports that “if this isn't the best-received pilot of the season, it's close”, with many early reviews suggesting that the show is “unlike anything else currently on TV.” The A.V. Club graded its pilot an “A”, calling it “the best network pilot of the year”, and possibly the best since Friday Night Lights. In spite of its widespread critical praise, the series premiere only drew 4.1 million viewers, and the future of the show seemed to hang in the balance. Series creator Kyle Killen had stated that:
The show was canceled after its second episode, becoming the first official cancellation of the 2010–11 television season.
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