munsters 'Lone Star' may get burn off; 'Munsters' getting rebootThe latest TV news bites.

The filmed “Lone Star” episodes might see the light of day despite the show being canceled, as they might air in a late-night time slot. Re-runs of “Lone Star” are
currently scheduled to air Saturdays at 11 p.m. A repeat of
episode two is still slated to run this coming weekend.  [The Wrap]

“Pushing Daisies” creator Bryan Fuller is working with NBC to reboot 1960s series “The Munsters.” It’s being billed as “‘Modern Family’ meets ‘True Blood.'” Color us intrigued. [EW]

The USA Network is the most valuable part of NBC Universal at $11.7 billion, but the NBC network is worth a negative $600 million, according to Wunderlich Securities analyst Matthew Harrigan. He also puts the value of the Universal studio arm at about $4 billion. [THR]

FEARnet HD kicks off with a special uncut broadcast premiere of the scariest movie of all time, “The Exorcist” (1973), with a special introduction by Academy Award-winning director William Friedkin, at 12 a.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 31. will premiere “Zombie Roadkill,” the all-new, FEARnet original series executive produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, featuring Academy Award-nominated actor Thomas Haden Church. The first two episodes of this new horror-comedy series will premiere on Monday, Oct. 4, with one new episode set to be released each day on for the remainder of that week. [FearNet]

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