Dollhouse is leaving our screens. Yes, only for a month, but it’s probably just a taste of a much longer absence. Like, forever.
Fox have announced that following tomorrow nights episode, the apparently Sierra-centric 2×04, no more new episodes of Dollhouse will air during November sweeps, with repeats of House expected to take its place.
Instead, Dollhouse [...]
I have to admit, I’m ambivalent about this one (given my somewhat troubled relationship with Glee) but word has spread that Joss Whedon will be guest-directing an episode. I’ll let Mr. Whedon explain…
Hey kids and parents of kids and super-old, like ancestor-old-but-not-dead-yet-type people, just poking my oversized head in to say [...]
Seth Green, Matthew Senreich and Tom Root are the guys behind Adult Swim’s stop-motion animated series Robot Chicken and Titan Maximum, and their hard work has seemingly just given them a root into primetime.
Fox have ordered a presentation and a script for an animated project from the trio which would have the same sensibilities as [...]
Writer/producer/director JJ Abrams (Alias, Lost, Fringe, Star Trek) is taking on an executive producer role for a new half-hour comedy in development for Fox.
Details are scarce at the moment but what does seem to be confirmed is that Abrams will be working with Mike Markowitz on the as yet untitled “comedic medical show”.
Could be interesting, I [...]
Matthew Morrison stars as Will Schuester
For those not in the know, Glee is a comedy-musical-drama about a high school choir, or Glee Club, forming together and trying to reach the regional finals. The pilot episode aired way back in May, and the second episode just aired a few nights ago on Fox.
I’ve got to [...]
I like. It’s got a bit more oomph than some of the other potential S2 posters that surfaced yesterday, and the tagline of “Anyone can happen” is apt. I desperately hope Dollhouse can pull in some more viewers this season, as I really want to see it survive. After a rough start it’s now [...]