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Dollhouse is done.


Thanks to a Twitter post by Felicia Day, I now know the fate of Dollhouse. FOX, you are a bunch of bastards. I was really liking the direction the show was taking in these last few episodes. Joss has promised to give fans a proper goodbye and FOX did commit to air all 13 episodes this season, so I guess that’s something right?

Here are a few more links about the cancellation:

E!Online asks whether the show will be picked up by another network.

EW asks if we are peeved or pleased by the cancellation.

Not that it matters now, but AirlockAlpha talks about Dollhouse’s big DVR numbers.

and finally…

Joss Whedon comments on the news.

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American Gothic.


My current obsession is re-watching the entire season of American Gothic on Hulu. You may or may not remember this fantastic series from 1995. It was created by Shaun (Hardy Boy) Cassidy, and takes place in this small town called Trinity. The story revolves around a little boy(Caleb), his dead sister who talks to him as a ghost(Merlyn) and the town’s evil and supernaturally powerful sheriff, Lucas Buck, played to perfection by Gary Cole. I was worried that it might feel dated, but other than the ridiculously large cellphone a character spoke into, the series still holds up. It’s definitely just as creepy and scary as I remember. I have to remember to not watch this alone in the dark again, especially after hearing Merlyn chanting, “Someones at the door…someones at the door!” over and over right before all hell breaks loose. Catch all 22 episodes here.

Geek note: Sam Raimi was the executive producer and Brenda Bakke(Selena) was just recently on Dollhouse(“Haunted” episode).

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Let’s all take a deep breath…


Boy oh boy¬†the interwebs were in a panic today about the potential cancellation of Dollhouse thanks to an announcement from Fox that they would not be airing the 13 episode “Epitaph One”(which is the 14th if you count the unaired pilot.) Twitters from actress Felicia Day and @drhorrible were only adding fuel to the fire when Tim Minear’s post cleared everything up.

So it seems, at least for the time being, that Dollhouse still has the potential to be renewed for second season. I have to say that Dollhouse has grown on me, I wasn’t too excited about it after the first episode but several episodes in, I am kinda hooked. I’m not holding my breath about the renewal though given the track record between Joss and Fox.

Click here to catch up on past episodes of Dollhouse from Hulu.