The Lone Gunmen News
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One shot comic book due from Dark Horse May 30. Dark Horse Comics will release a comic book based on The Lone Gunmen. The story is by Jane Espensn (a writer for the Buffy TV series) with art by Paul Lee. There will be two covers: one with art by Paul Lee the other with the photo here. For more information on the comic, visit Dark Horseís Website. If it sells well, there may be more issues released.
The final episode airs this week and no news yet on if the show will be picked up for next season. Letís keep our fingers crossed!
Dean Haglund chat on May 10th, 8 pm at the official Lone Gunmen Website! And if you havenít checked the official site lately, theyíve added a lot more stuff - including (finally) pages from each of the Gunmen :-) Visit The Official Site here
Ratings Continue to Fall: "The Lone Gunmen" managed a 6.3/9 (6.2/9), but lost viewers from the first half-hour to the second - not a good sign indicating people who tuned it to give it a try, didnít like the show and moved on before the 2nd half. Iím afraid at this point, it doesnít look like the show will be around after all 12 episodes have aired.
Ratings Not Good: Ratings for Fox's The Lone Gunmen fell off sharply in its second episode, averaging about 9 million viewers, compared with 13 million in its premiere, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Last week, their PR firm informed me the demographics on the premiere were good, indicating Foxís target audience for the show was being hit. The sharp decline, however, may spell trouble for the show unless ratings improve over the rest of the 13 episodes.