The Lone Gunmen onlineA peculiar and humorous series about three programmer friends who are obsessed with conspiracy theories. Do not feed them with bread, just let them do something, find out, bring them to clean water. They proudly called themselves "Lone Archers". They rejoice to the point of shivering when they manage to unearth something on the dirty politicians, learn about the impartial plans of the government. They get high on this, despite the fact that it is far from safe to get involved in political games. And everything comes out with them sparkling, a kind with a twinkle. Once this cheerful group will find out that a certain competitor is crossing the road in their good endeavors. It turned out to be a girl named Yves Adele, so attractive that the guys took their breath away. In order to resist the competition and get ahead, they need a sponsor. And the guys found a certain Jimmy Bond, who not only joined their organization, but also provided them with the money they needed to publish the magazine of the same name "Lonely Shooters".
Hello! I want to write a review for the TV series "Lonely Arrows". The main characters of this series are three versatile guys. In their newspaper, they publish various facts from investigations obtained at the risk of their lives. The guys are attractive, charismatic. It's interesting to watch them. This is a very entertaining show that is worth watching. These guys are always in trouble, all their missions end in failure. But that's what a comedy is for. The show's versatile humor is simply captivating. Lots of great dialogues please the ear. The adventures of this trio are fascinating with each episode more and more. It is impossible to tear yourself away from the view. The only drawback is the sad ending of the series. My advice to you is not to watch the Shark Leap episode. The cast is well chosen. I like all the heroes. I am delighted with them. In my opinion, this series is underestimated. This is a really good TV series. It has thought out the storyline to the smallest detail. The film is dynamic, funny, captivating. I recommend watching this TV series. This is actually an interesting movie, only with a sad ending.
Probably lacking impersonal poverty to explain to fans of "Hidden Materials" who the Lone Shooters are. Byers, Langley and Frohike appeared in season 1, in episode E. B. E., and the writers of this series, James Wong and Glen Morgan, did not even think about making these paranoid eccentrics unchanged characters, according to comparison with which even Mulder looks like an ordinary person. However, the trio of underground journalists who publish the anti-government newspaper Uedinenny Shooter attracted the viewers so much that starting from another season, SM began to firmly appear in the television series. We've learned a lot of the latest about the Archers in the episodes Unusual Suspects and Three Of A Kind. However, all of this was equally small, and it was then that the producers of "CM" Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz, Vince Gilligan and John Shayban for the first time thought about making a one-off series about Lone Shooters. In 2000, it was swept to throw off the spin-off (spur) of "Hidden Materials", and to launch the newest series during the spring break in the show "CM". FOX commissioned 13 episodes and went along with almost all of the producers' demands. There were even rumors that if Lone Shooters showed excellent ratings, then Hidden Materials would close after season 8. Nevertheless, they did not cover the SM, but the Lone Riflemen.Even though the series' ratings were higher than the characteristics of the main season of "CM", of course, FOX did not consider it necessary to invest in the newest series, when it had an ancient good dairy cattle, according to the name of the X-Files. "Lone Shooters" was filmed in Vancouver, and the production of the television series was attended by the scriptwriters, directors, cameramen and, of course, the author Mark Snow, familiar to us, according to "CM". And this is the first series from Ten Thirteen, in the "created by" title of which 4 people appear at once: Chris Carter, Vince Gilligan, John Shayban and Frank Spotnitz. At the same time, according to Carter, he had a very indirect news to the creative side of the creation of the television series (he wrote only one script and one more in co-authorship), and specifically "John Gillnitz" was the main generator of ideas for his own newest brainchild. John Fitzgerald Byers, Richard Ringo Langley and Melvin Frohike were undoubtedly the key heroes of the television series. Two newest characters were added to them: the mysterious light bulb Eve Adele Harlow and the gullible simpleton Jimmy Bond. According to the producers' plan, Eve Adele Harlow would soon or late become "responsible" for the mythology of the television series, and Jimmy - apart from the fact that he is a recklessly adorable hero - was still needed to "represent the interests of the audience": taking into account that The arrows in conversation among themselves use strange definitions, explaining them to Jimmy, they would explain them to the beholders. An unknown actor Stephen Snedden was invited to play the role of Jimmy, and the role of Eve Adele Harlow went to Zuleikha Robinson, who passed more than 100 applicants in the casting. Zuleikha Robinson amazed the producers with how freely she switched from British emphasis to South American and how she literally caught the role. Learning from past missteps and realizing that a harsh mythology like the one in Millennium or Harsh Realm can only scare contemplators (especially if there is an overload at the very source, as it was in Harsh Realm), the producers decided to hypnotize the audience in the main content. The first episodes of the television series are independent chronicles like the "monsters of the week" in "SM", and only the most extreme episode, according to its essence, is a harsh mythological episode. Apart from that, Chris Carter and Co have adjusted the proprietary paranoid conspiracy of their own past creations, and in "Lonely Arrows" we see a tremendous number of gags and delusional environments. In a big way, this is a comic series with fiction and spy thrillers like Mission Impossible. In addition, Carter, coached by the bitter experiment of not having Harsh Realm and the late Millennium seasons from FOX, paid for a fraction of the ad out of his own pocket. Moreover, there were grounds for fears: in the absolute majority of successful gala shows, beautiful men and women are constantly involved in the main roles, while Carter offered America a series about 3 losers who are hardly allowed to be called sex symbols. On the other hand, this was the very cost-effective way to distinguish Lone Shooters from all other similar gala shows. “It [the show] doesn't fit all those TV series with pretty people in the lead, so we're all a little nervous,” Carter admitted in an interview. So, the entry into the content of the completely attractive Jimmy Bond and Eve Adele Harlow was in some way a safety net: those contemplators for whom it is important to notice only excellent artists on the screens could also quietly watch the series. "Lonely Arrows" went on the air on March 4, 2001, on Sunday evening - in the Hidden Materials time slot, which "went on vacation" for a month (after which they just found the dead Mulder). The premiere was watched by 13 million spectators.Sunday air was another criterion for producers, frustrated by the lack of advertising for Harsh Realm, and FOX agreed to accommodate, however, with the proviso that after a few weeks "Lonely Arrows" will move to Friday, in the least "prestigious" time slot. Undoubtedly, these races in accordance with the broadcast grid should not be sent to the benefit of the television series, and the FOX bigwigs in any case found a factor to cover the series, cutting it off at the most exciting place. The creators had no choice but to make ends meet in The Hidden Materials: after that, in the season 9 episode of Jump The Shark, all the answers to the questions left at the end of Lonely Shooters were provided, specifically after that Byers, Langley and Frohike met their own end.