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The 'Dollhouse' cast 5 years after the finale: Where are they now?

In fall 2009, "Dollhouse" marked the reunion of Joss Whedon and "Buffy"-verse slayer Eliza Dushku in an examination of identity via mind-wiping technology that allowed the titular "dollhouses" to rent out active members for various purposes, only to have the dolls' memories wiped clean in preparation for the next job. RELATED: Paging Dr. 'House': Where are they now?The cult favorite was a bit uneven and never quite found its groove, being canceled four episodes into Season 2, though it did get to air all 13 episodes that were ordered for its second season. The final episode aired on Jan. 29, 2010, so on the five-year anniversary of its finale, Zap2it decided to check in on the "Dollhouse" crew and see what they've been up to since the show went off the air. Eliza Dushku, EchoSince "Dollhouse" ended, Duskku has be relatively quiet in the entertainment world. She did a stint on "Torchwood: Web of Lies"... //

Exclusive: Dollhouse's Enver Gjokaj Lands Major Role on Witches of East End

  Enver Gjokaj has landed a major recurring role on Witches of East End , has learned exclusively. The Dollhouse alum will play...   //

'Dollhouse' Alum Heads to CBS' 'Made in Jersey' (Exclusive)

Enver Gjokaj will guest star in the freshman drama and play Janet Montgomery's ex-boyfriend. //

Dollhouse Alum Set to Join Being Human

It may still be several months before   Being Human   returns for its second season on Syfy, but we've now gotten the first big news since the   show was renewed   this past March.   Dollhouse  alum Dichen Lachman will be joining the show as Izumi, a vampire royal who will be making waves with her return to Boston. It seems that Aidan is the member of the show's main trio that will most be affected by Izumi's presence on the show, so they're bound to have some type of deliciously complicated history that will be unraveled when the show returns in early 2012. Read More... //

Dollhouse Star Joins Community Cast as a Love Interest

Just when you thought that your favorite   Dollhouse  castmembers had vanished into obscurity, never to be heard from again,   Dichen Lachman  got a job   on   Torchwood   earlier this week, and now a second beloved   Dollhouse  regular is returning to TV with a role on NBC's prime-time comedy  Community.... //

Eliza Dushku to Headline New TNT Pilot

After starring in the struggling series Tru Calling and Dollhouse, Eliza Dushku is returning to television with the new TNT pilot Bird Dog, Deadline reports. The 29-year-old actress will play Gail McGrath, a cop who is forced to partner with her estranged father, also a policeman. Mike Robe (Nora Roberts' Northern Lights) wrote the script and will direct the pilot. After breaking through on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Faith, Dushku starred on the Fox mystery series Tru Calling, which was canceled after two years. Dushku returned to the network in 2009 for Buffy creator Joss Whedon's sci-fi show Dollhouse. It, too, was canceled after two seasons. The actress, also known for the films Bring It On and True Lies, guest-starred on The Big Bang Theory earlier this month. She also was seen on the sidelines of Dancing with the Stars this past season, cheering on boyfriend Rick Fox. Source Here

Comic-Con 2010: Joss Whedon Talks 'Avengers,' 'Dollhouse' and More

Joss Whedon is a busy man. And after yesterday's announcement that he will be writing and directing The Avengers, Comic-con goers are still thirsty for more. With a packed Ballroom, he not only talked more about all of his projects but fans were given the opportunity to pick Mr. Whedon's brain. Here are some highlights: On what he's most excited about for The Avengers: "Editing" (he jokes). Well, he's always loved writing as "nothing compares to it" however he finds the cast incredibly insightful and invested in the project. It's exciting to see them all get along for the very fact that they are all going to have to hate each other, for at least a little while. And what about after The Avengers? He didn't really say (well excluding all the projects he's currently working on) but Joss did make one thing clear: network television probably isn't in the near future. Damn you FOX. To Read More Click here .

Joss Whedon's 'Dollhouse' lives on in one-off comic, drops at Comic-Con

Joss Whedon, lover of finding any and all ways to revive his departed series, promised that the " Dollhouse " story ended with the January finale. Well, he wasn't totally lying. Yes, Whedon's releasing more "Dollhouse" goodness in comic book form. But, as UGO first reported, apparently it's just a one-off deal to bridge the stories between the season 1 and 2 finales -- both of which took place in the distant future of the series' regular timeline. Since the episodes in question were titled "Epitaph One" and "Epitaph Two," the book is aptly named "Epitaphs." Publisher Dark Horse describes it as "an intricate trip through the precise moment when the Active technology went global, and how the protagonists from Epitaph One and Two narrowly avoided death, and worse." To Read More Click Here .

Summer Glau Heads to The Cape

From TV Guide: Sci-fi starlet Summer Glau is joining NBC's superhero series The Cape, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Cape follows a framed former cop (David Lyons) who turns to vigilantism, fighting bad guys as a masked hero called The Cape. The 28-year-old actress will play an investigative blogger who also fights crime and corruption from behind a mask. The pilot will be directed by Human Target's Simon West. Glau, who most recently recurred on Dollhouse, is best known for her work on such cult favorites as Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. Are you excited to see Glau return to TV? Source