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Alan Tudyk is Back as Alpha on DOLLHOUSE (Photo)

Take a look at a photo of Alan Tudyk guest starring as Alpha on DOLLHOUSE season 2 episode 7 and 8 "Meet Jane Doe/A Love Supreme" which airs on FOX Friday December 11 9/8c on Fox. Alan Tudyk is currently playing the character of Dale Maddox on the new ABC series V. Episode Synopsis: Echo struggles to control her multiple memory downloads; Topher discovers the dangers of science that will have devastating effects on the future; theDollhouse fears Alpha has returned to seek his revenge; the Actives turn against their handlers. Source Here

Ray Wise on DOLLHOUSE Season 2 Photos

Take a look at photos of Ray Wise guest starring as Howard Lipman on DOLLHOUSE season 2 episode 6 "The Left Hand" which airs on FOX Friday December 4 9/8c on Fox. Episode Synopsis: Echo is sent to stop Senator Daniel Perrin (guest star Alexis Denisof) before he can expose the Dollhouse's secrets, and Adelle and Topher travel to the Washington, D.C. Dollhouse to meet its genius programmer, Bennett Halverson (guest star Glau), a woman with a mysterious past connection to Echo. In the second hour, Echo and Bennett have a shocking meeting as Adelle goes head-to-head with the ruthless head of the Washington, D.C.Dollhouse (guest star Ray Wise). Meanwhile, Topher sees double when he involves Victor in his espionage, and Perrin finds a surprising witness to testify against the Rossum Corporation in the all-new ''TheLeft Hand (Part 1 of 2)/The Left Hand (Part 2 of 2) episode of DOLLHOUSE airing Friday, Dec. 4 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & More Photos

Does Joss Whedon already have a plan?

Joss Whedon appears to already have a plan regarding what his project is after Dollhouse, and apparently, it's already underway, if his comment is to be believed. In fact, some fans are speculating that we're already being given clues as to the nature of the project, and that it's related to the curious website at . The relationship of this website to a potential post-Dollhouse Alternate Reality Game, and that to Joss' mystery project is unclear, but it definitely has Whedon fans all abuzz. Find more detail here at .

Dollhouse: Schedule for Remaining Episodes & Joss Whedon's Reaction - Featured

Yesterday we reported the fact that Dollhouse had been canceled by Fox, but the network had committed to airing all 13 episodes for season 2. io9 has posted the schedule for the remaining episodes: * Dec. 4 - 8:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episodes 5 & 6 ) * Dec. 11 - 8:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episodes 7 & 8 ) * Dec. 18 - 8:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episodes 9 & 10 ) * Jan. 8 - 9:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episode 11 ) * Jan. 15 - 9:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episode 12 ) * Jan. 22 - 9:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT ( Episode 13 / Series Finale ) To Read More Click Here .

Cancellation Buzz: Dollhouse Officially Sent to the Attic - Featured

We can't say we didn't see this one coming. Dollhouse probably never should have lived to see a second season, but it earned itself an 11th hour renewal for 13 additional episodes on the strength of it's DVR numbers and small, but vocal fanbase. It has pretty much been living on borrowed time since then. Since returning this Fall, ratings have been sinking each week. FOX had already pulled the show from its Friday timeslot for November sweeps (it's scheduled to return December 4th). But now...FOX has officially pulled the plug on the series (Fans of the show will understand the reference to the the attic in this post's title). Dollhouse is currently filming its 11th episode and will finish filming the 13 episode order. FOX had already pledged to air all 13 of these episodes and claim to be upholding this promise. Double episodes will begin airing on Friday, December 4th with the finale tentatively scheduled for January 22, 2010 . Since Joss Whedon pretty much already knew that a cancellation was likely after these 13 episodes, he had already been planning "a proper finale". Dollhouse , you will be missed. Source

Dollhouse Swept Out of Sweeps

Dollhouse: Did I fall asleep? TV Gods: No, but you'll be taking a permanent dirt nap soon enough. Fox is preparing for its all-important November sweeps party (a time of year where advertisers put ratings under a microscope and networks pull out all the stops) and Dollhouse isn't invited. The network won't be airing Dollhouse in November, replacing the sci-fi drama from cult-hit-maker Joss Whedon with repeats of Bones and House on Friday nights. Fox will burn off the rest of Dollhouse's season by airing back-to-back episodes in December in the show's usual death time slot. Stating the obvious, this does not bode well for Dollhouse. Fox previously said it wouldn't cancel Dollhouse before its 13-episode Season Two order, and they're holding up their end of the bargain so far. But beyond that baker's dozen is a big, shiny cancellation axe just waiting to be dropped. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles fans, feel free to scream in frustration right about... now. Let's hope Joss is at least given enough time to wrap up his story. To tide you Whedonites over, check out this Firefly homage from a sneak peek at ABC's Castle.

Doll House ON ITV4

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Preview of 'Dollhouse' Two-Hour Event in December

The October 23 episode of " Dollhouse " would be the last from this month. The series will take a break during November sweeps and be back on December 4 with a two-hour event featuring Summer Glau's cameo. In The Public Eye (Part 1), Echo is sent to stop Senator Daniel Perrin (guest star Alexis Denisof) before he can expose the Dollhouse's secrets. Adelle and Topher travel to the Washington, DC, Dollhouse where they meet its genius programmer, Bennett Halverson (Summer Glau), a woman with a mysterious past connection to Echo. In The Left Hand (Part 2), Echo and Bennett have a shocking meeting as Adelle goes head-to-head with the ruthless head of the DC Dollhouse (guest star Ray Wise). Topher sees double when he must involve Victor in his espionage. Perrin finds a surprising witness to testify against the Rossum Corporation, but finds he may be living in a house of cards. In fact, the next episodes of the show will air doubles in December. Meet Jane Doe aka episode 2.07 will be paired with "A Love Supreme" aka episode 2.08 on December 11. Similarly, the ninth and tenth episodes of the second season will resume on December 18. Although the show has not received its nine back episodes order, it will run through January to complete the 13-episodes order. Source & Preview

Dollhouse Cancellation Buzz Update: Officially on Death Watch - Featured

There's been all sorts of Dollhouse news flying around, so it's time to gather it all to see just how our chances lie when it comes to saving this sophomore fav! The Good News: As reported recently, Fox committed to air all 13 episodes planned for the second season! The Bad News: Dollhouse is benched for November . When it returns in December, it will "air back-to-back episodes on Friday nights." Ouch. This could be viewed as an attempt to get Dollhouse more love by giving us more of it at once, but really, it just feels like an attempt to quickly air and get rid of those 13 episodes promised to please the Whedon fanatics. Season 2 Ratings: Episode 1: 2.56 million viewers Episode 2: 2 million viewers Episode 3: 2.2 million viewers As noted in the ratings roundup for the 3rd episode, "DVR ratings for the first week of the show finally came in and the Dollhouse numbers increased by 50% upon adding on DVR viewers from the 7 days following its live airing." What does it all mean? While the ratings aren't hugely dropping and FOX has officially stated they'll air the whole season, they're not shy to admit they feel like they have to do so since they renewed it for this season. As they said in the announcement that they'd air all the episodes: "We're going to run all the episodes. We're not saying we're happy with those numbers, or accept them, but we don't have to overreact. During [November] sweeps we might have to jack up the numbers a little [with other programming], but we plan on completing the order for this show." "If you cancel it, you're an asshole; if you renew it and then don't put it back on, you're an asshole," he said. "I'm still paying for 'Terminator.' 'Dollhouse' has a small rabid fan base that in the world of social media seems bigger than it is. We gave them another season knowing full well we were going to burn in hell if we pulled it." ( more ) So in other words, they feel obligated to Joss Whedon and the crazy fans to air the episodes, the ratings are terribly unsatisfactory to the point that they followed through with that mentioned possibility of briefly replacing it, and that fear noted before that they're just trying to run off the episodes is sounding darn true right now. This means the only chance of it sticking around any further than those 13 episodes is if there's a huge surge of fan love/complaints, and there's a surge in the ratings. So what do you think? Would it be satisfying if Episode 13 could be made into the final conclusion or do you feel we have to have more Dollhouse and need to make that 3rd season happen?? If so, check out our Save Dollhouse campaign to see how you can help: Cancellation Buzz: Save Dollhouse!

Dollhouse benched -is this the end?

It has now been reported that FOX has chosen to take Dollhouse completely out of the November schedule. When the show returns in December it is set to air back-to-back episodes on fridays. Dollhhouse has been struggling with it's ratings all season, so this seems like the final blow for the Joss Whedon series. Sad, not at least, for all the fans who did a tremendous job last year showing their support in order to get the show back for a second season. Season 2 consists of 13 eps. Source