Dollhouse airs its series finale tonight - Epitaph Two: Return. While in some ways it is upsetting that the series has to end right as it seems to have found its groove, you could also argue that its cancellation was the necessary catalyst for the series to turn from lackluster into awesome. So, file Dollhouse under the 'short-lived' gem category, put it on your DVD shelf next to Firefly - and accept that some shows were just not meant to live forever (and some writers/creators/producers were just not meant to work for FOX...). Here's a roundup of some Dollhouse goodies to get you prepped for tonight's finale: 'Dollhouse': Eliza Dushku on the dollhouse closing its doors - Interview with series star Eliza Dushku Preview the series Finale The TV Addict on Where Dollhouse Went Wrong 10 Reasons io9 Will Miss Dollhouse Have additional Dollhouse-related links? Share 'em! And let us know if you're sad the show is ending, but like me, are also happy in a way that because it is ending it allowed itself to get good!
The series final of Dollhouse will be airing on January 29. We already posted promo photos for the episode and now FOX has released several sneak peeks, which you can view below. ECHO RACES TO STOP AN APOCALYPSE ON THE SERIES FINALE OF "DOLLHOUSE" FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, ON FOX. To Read More Click Here .
I've been dreading this day, but it's here, so we might as well make the most of it. Tomorrow night Dollhouse airs its series finale from 8pm, where we are dropped into a post-apocalyptic future ten years from now. The tech has ruined everything, people can be wiped without having the Active architecture, and Echo and the gang are out to save the world... but how? The folks at Fox have released three video clips from the series finale, and it seems there is a way out. Ask Topher, who's still going pretty fine despite going crazy: To Read More Click Here .
* Smallville (8/7c The CW ) It's not a happy reunion for Oliver when his former teacher, The Dark Archer (Steve Bacic), comes to town with revenge on his mind. He sets his sights on Lois and Chloe and even kidnaps Mia (Elise Gatien), but it's clear the Dark Archer didn't count on these ladies having more than one superhero to watch their backs. With Oliver on the verge of crossing the line, it's up to Clark to save the day. * Dollhouse (8/7c Fox) While it may seem like Echo won the war against Rossum two weeks back, fans who've seen "Epitaph 1" (the "lost" episode from the Season 1 DVD set) know better. By 2019, due to the personality-imprinting tech, chaos reigns supreme. Tonight's series finale, set a year later, picks up that thread, with Echo and pals battling to restore order to the world and save humanity from extinction. (Or do they? Could the series' final story arc simply be Attic-housed mental machinations? We'll see.) * Caprica (9/8c Syfy ) If you think the growing pains of becoming a teenager can be rough, imagine enduring them while trapped inside a cumbersome robot's body. While Zoe's avatar tries to cope with being the first Cylon, Lacy dines with the mysterious headmistress Clarice, and young Will Adama spends the day with his bad influence of an uncle. But it's grieving Amanda who steals the show by picking the worst time to have an epiphany. * What Not to Wear (9/8c TLC ) Stacy London and Clinton Kelly are on a mission to make America more stylish - one fashion victim at a time. To celebrate their momentous 250th episode, the fierce and funny hosts are staging a wardrobe intervention on a tour bus in Times Square. Their target: Crizti Walsh, a 40-year-old radio DJ who regularly breaks a cardinal rule of fashion by refusing to dress her age. And to provide inspiration, more than a dozen former cases who've made dramatic transformations have been invited along for the ride. * Track and Field (8/7c ESPN2) In an acknowledgment that indoor track may be slipping a bit off the radar of casual sports viewers, organizers of the 103rd Millrose Games have assembled former Super Bowl stars as an intriguing warm-up act at Madison Square Garden. David Tyree, Tim Dwight and 49-year-old Willie Gault are in the blocks for the inaugural Super 60 sprint, a brief diversion from world-class headliners like leggy high jumper Blanka Vlasic, hurdler Terrence Trammell, pole vaulter Jenn Suhr and U.S. distance star Bernard Lagat, who aims for an eighth Wanamaker Mile win that would break his tie with the legendary "chairman of the boards," Eamonn Coghlan. Source Here
As mentioned earlier today , it has been confirmed that The CW will bump Smallville to air the George Clooney-sponsored Haiti Relief Telethon. Similarly, the series finale of Fox's Dollhouse , originally scheduled for Jan. 22, will be bumped a week; "Epitaph Two: Return" will instead air on Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. More on the Telethon from TV Guide: "The two-hour, commercial-free special - on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN, BET, the CW, HBO, MTV, VH1 and CMT - will be headlined by George Clooney in Los Angeles, Wyclef Jean in New York and Anderson Cooper in Haiti. The broadcast will feature musical performances and celebrity appearances, which will be announced before the event as well as news reports from CNN." Sources: Scifiwire and TV Guide
With just two episodes of Dollhouse left, viewers will get to see Echo (Eliza Dushku) lead the charge to the Rossum Corporation headquarters in the arid deserts of Arizona this Friday. Taking down the mainframe won't be an easy task. Things are made all the more exciting when Echo squares off with Claire Saunders (Amy Acker). Tune in to Dollhouse when "The Hollow Men" air on Friday, January 15th at 9:00pm ET on Fox. Source Here
While there are still some Friday favs and newbies missing from the line-up this week, there's still plenty to watch! Check out all that's new tonight: 8/7c Law & Order on NBC Supernanny on ABC Ghost Whisperer on CBS Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Cartoon Network 8:30/7:30c The Suite Life On Deck on Disney Channel 9/8c Dollhouse on Fox Medium on NBC Shark Tank on ABC Sanctuary on Syfy (2 hours!) 10/9c The Jay Leno Show on NBC Numb3rs on CBS 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC What will you be watching?
Check out promo photos of the upcoming episode of DOLLHOUSE "The Hollow Men" Season 2 Episode 12 which airs on FOX Friday January 8 9/8c. Episode Synopsis: Sacrifices are made when Echo leads her crew to Arizona to dismantle the Rossum Corporation's mainframe in the all-new "The Hollow Men" episode of DOLLHOUSE airing Friday, Jan. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Cast: Eliza Dushku as Echo; Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard; Olivia Williams as Adelle DeWitt; Harry Lennix as Boyd Langton; Fran Kranz as Topher Brink; Enver Gjokaj as Victor; Dichen Lachman as Sierra Guest Cast: Amy Acker as Dr. Claire Saunders; Summer Glau as Bennett Halverson; Miracle Laurie as Madeline Costley/November; Reed Diamond as Laurence Dominic Source & More Photos
With two episodes left, "Dollhouse" will deliver the answers that fans of the show have been waiting for on January 15. In "The Hollow Men", sacrifices are made when Echo leads her crew to Arizona to dismantle the Rossum Corporation's mainframe. Among the highlights in the preview are a one-on-one confrontation between Echo and Dr. Claire Sanders, Topher being 'chosen' by Boyd, and Paul telling Echo that he is glad they are together. Above all of that, explosions occur in the lab and Boyd tells Echo that she is the 'key'. "Dollhouse", surviving only two seasons, will wrap it all up in the 13th episode called "Epitaph Two: Return". Picking up from the events depicted in "Epitaph 1," the "lost" episode is set in the year 2020. Echo and her surviving Dollhouse crew attempt to restore order to a devastating future world before mankind is eliminated. Source & Preview
Shockingly this week, there's actually more great TV on Friday than the usual booming Thursday! Check out what has new episodes tonight: 8/7c Ghost Whisperer on CBS Law & Order on NBC Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Cartoon Network 9/8c Dollhouse on Fox Medium on CBS Shark Tank on ABC 10/9c Numb3rs on CBS Sanctuary on Syfy 11/10c John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show 11:30/10:30c The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien on NBC