Last month I wrote a profile of one of my heroes, Gail Collins, the op-ed columnist for the 'Times.' And she was a true Buffy freak.
Last month Emily Nussbaum wrote a profile of one of her heroes, Gail Collins, the op-ed columnist for the 'Times.' And she was a true Buffy freak.
Tomorrow night, Fox is airing two more episodes of 'Dollhouse.'
To quote Whedon's favorite musical creator, I'm sorry/grateful that 'Dollhouse' was canceled.
"I'm off to pursue internet ventures/binge drinking. Possibly that relaxation thing I've read so much about."
It's not like this comes as a complete shock to anyone.
Tonight's episode of 'Dollhouse,' "Belonging," blew me away.
Fox will remove the show from its schedule during November sweeps.
Even for fans like me, 'How I Met Your Mother' has always felt like a clear update of 'Friends': You've got your Manhattan hangout, your friends from college, two geek males plus one womanizer, and the unsettling feeling that all that warm likability could curdle with a few bad episodes.
Fox scheduling chief Preston Beckman promises to air all thirteen episodes of the show's current second season.
Still trying to convince yourself that 'Dollhouse' is the headiest televisual meditation on human identity, power, technology, and gender since 'Battlestar Galactica' went off air? So is Joss Whedon.
Saunders slips into something more comfortable.
Summer Glau will play "Bennett, a Dollhouse employee who shares a secret past with Eliza Dushku's Echo."
One of these things looks a lot like the other.