September 30, 2010 03:00:15 GMT
Based on a report by The Wrap, the four episodes that went into production but never saw the light would be aired in a late night time slot.
A glimmer of hope comes for those who think "Lone Star" is canceled too fast. FOX is still considering a broadcast of the episodes that didn't get to see the light. The show starring Jon Voight had gone into production for 6 episodes before the second one determined its cancellation earlier this week.
According to The Wrap, there are some options that FOX can choose from and one is to air the shelved episodes in a late night time slot. When asked for a comment, creator Kyle Killen said, "Sounds like you might know more than I do at this point."
Killen is also in the dark whether the show will ever find a new network. In his Twitter, he denied that the show is going to The CW and said that producers are "looking for a home. Will let you know when we do."
While the late night run is still a question mark, a repeat of episode 2 will be aired this Saturday, October 2 at 11 P.M. Programming in the time slot going forward however has yet to be determined.