'Lindsay" underwhelms, reports Newsday's Verne Gay. OWN's heavily promoted eight-part "docuseries" about troubled actress Lindsay Lohan was seen by 693,184 viewers in its Sunday premiere, according to Nielsen figures released by the network yesterday. By TV standards, that's low -- very low -- but by OWN standards, respectable. The network said yesterday the rating among women ages 25 to 54 was the highest for the time period (Sunday at 10 p.m.) in nearly seven months. By comparison, Oprah Winfrey's interview with Lohan last fall on "Oprah's Next Chapter" attracted 892,000 viewers.