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Dollhouse will be renewed!

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Tom Robertson, May 16, 2009.

  1. Drew2k

    Drew2k New Member

    Aug 16, 2006
    Some may read your post as being supportive of the decision to go with the more lucrative program, Dollhouse, which is apparently less costly per episode than Terminator:SCC. Is that what you meant?
  2. armophob

    armophob Difficulty Concen........

    Nov 13, 2006
    Fort Pierce, FL
    No, nothing that sophisticated. Just that Dollhouse is crap and Sarah was entertaining, IMHO of course. :lol:
  3. armophob

    armophob Difficulty Concen........

    Nov 13, 2006
    Fort Pierce, FL
    True, they could cut the budget in half with 6 less pant suits and show the chair room only once and episode.:lol:
  4. tsmacro

    tsmacro Hall Of Fame

    Apr 28, 2005
    I was shocked, I mean I thought for sure this show was doomed when it was first announced. I mean Fox, Whedon, Friday Night and you put it all together and surely it was a foregone conclusion on how it was going end. I've heard one of the big reasons that the show got picked up though was Eliza has some kind of long term development contract with Fox and if they canceled this they would've had to pay her to sit at home while they figured out what was next for her. Anyway i'll continue to watch, it didn't start out great, but it has been getting better as it moves along, plus Joss still has some Firefly cred that he hasn't quite used up w/ me yet.
  5. RunnerFL

    RunnerFL Well-Known Member

    Jan 4, 2006
    She's had that deal with FOX since Tru Calling. It's why she hasn't had to work since Tru Calling was yanked.

    Pretty good deal if you ask me!
  6. redfiver

    redfiver DBSTalk Club Member

    Nov 18, 2006
    Joss' shows have always pulled in huge DVD numbers. And, the ratings on Dollhouse have been better than T:TSCC especially considering the huge bump DVRs ratings were giving the show. It was getting something like a 40% bump in DVR watching, and that's only including the first 3 days after the original air date. I'm sure there are at least a couple of people like me who watch that show 5-6 days after the original air date. But, then again, I always skip through the commercials. I love that Dollhouse would tell us how long each commerical break was. 90 seconds? no problem, three quick hits on skip and I'm ready to go! :)
  7. bicker1

    bicker1 Hall Of Fame

    Oct 21, 2007
    The problem is that DVD sales, in general, have been slipping badly; the value of the DVD channel isn't what it used to be.
  8. Tom Robertson

    Tom Robertson Lifetime Achiever DBSTalk Club

    Nov 15, 2005
    I seemed to be able to have a good timeslot for watching this on the DVR right on Friday Nites. ;) During chatroom sessions dontcha know. :)


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