So the premise doesn't make sense — Joss Whedon found a way to make it work!
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Plus: 'Damages' kills guy way faster than 'The Sopranos' could.
What astronaut wouldn't be thrilled to work 500 miles above the Earth in a vessel named for a show that got canceled after just eleven episodes?
Ratings for the series premiere were pretty much as bad as predicted. So should Whedon fans start mailing dollhouses to Fox yet?
Plus: Isla Fisher kinda repulsed by Hugh Dancy.
A new promo for the show claims Joss Whedon's already-time-slot-doomed 'Dollhouse' is just like 'Grindhouse'.
You spend $1 million on a set and you don't include a toy train? For shame!
Plus: Michelle Obama's hairstylist finally gets a reality show.
Friday-night time slots are the kiss of death for episodic drama.
Maybe we won't feel as bad after Fox inevitably cancels it.
Joss will say, 'I'm going to throw you off a roof,' and I say, 'Cool, let's do it!'
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Yep, it's pretty much 'Firefly' all over again.
Whedon fans are probably rightly worried about all the changes Fox demanded — but this still looks like pretty much the same show.
Whedon: '[The network] bought something somewhat different than what I was selling them, which is not that uncommon in this business.'
Joss Whedon asked Fox for two weeks to rewrite upcoming scripts.
Pit Joss against Christopher Hitchens and guess whom we'll side with every time.
Plus: Gillian Anderson on the Mulder-Scully sex scene!
Whedon downplays similarities, but is he starting a brand-new battle with Fox?
Whedon talks to Vulture about his Internet side project, 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.'