'Lone Star' is First Fall TV Casualty

Prime-time soap "Lone Star" has been yanked from FOX's schedule after two episodes, AP reports.


Although the show -- which focuses on a charismatic con man (James Wolk) living two separate lives -- received critical acclaim, Monday's episode received less than 4 million viewers.

The network hasn't officially canceled "Lone Star," but it will be replaced by the psychological drama "Lie to Me," which begins its third season next Monday at 9:00 pm EDT.

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