In Mapplethorpe, from producer Eliza Dushku.
TV Land has greenlighted "Happily Divorced," written and executive produced by "The Nanny" co-creators, Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobsen.
It's not like this comes as a complete shock to anyone.
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One of these things looks a lot like the other.
The show's second-season premiere has been delayed so that Fox can air a repeat of 'Glee.'
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So the premise doesn't make sense — Joss Whedon found a way to make it work!
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Ratings for the series premiere were pretty much as bad as predicted. So should Whedon fans start mailing dollhouses to Fox yet?
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You spend $1 million on a set and you don't include a toy train? For shame!
Friday-night time slots are the kiss of death for episodic drama.
Joss will say, 'I'm going to throw you off a roof,' and I say, 'Cool, let's do it!'
Whedon fans are probably rightly worried about all the changes Fox demanded — but this still looks like pretty much the same show.
"I got frustrated with all these crappy horror movies she was making."
The heavens parted and the Buffyverse rejoiced last week as Whedon's new series, 'Dollhouse,' started production at Fox.
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