Monday, May 18, 2009

one fewer hot chick on Friday night

So this week is the "upfronts", where the networks announce their schedules for next year. Fox announced their schedule on Monday, and while rumours had swirled over the weekend, Monday morning brought confirmation that "Dollhouse" had indeed been picked up, albeit only for another 13 episodes to start with. Hopefully, the audience will build, and they'll order the rest of the season. I'm really excited about that because while some questions were answered with the season finale, there are still lots of questions that haven't been answered, and there's so much more to be learned about everyone. I wonder what they're going to do with Victor, and how Dr. Saunders is going to be now, and most important of all, will they bring November back? I sure hope so.

A friend posted this link to an interesting story about "Dollhouse".

But then there was the bad news. As had been rumoured now for quite some time, no renewal was forthcoming for "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles". I'm sad about that because I really enjoyed the show, and they really went out with a bang. I wonder if they knew they weren't coming back when they made the finale. Most of the major loose ends were tied up, and they would have embarked on a new set of stories, so at least it was a good enough place to end.


On a related note, the same friend posted this link which has a running count of the status of television shows on all the networks.

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