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Actor Andy Hallett passes away at the age of 33 after lengthy battle with heart disease.
Mar 31, 2009
Angel's Lorne dies of heart failure
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It's a melancholy time in the Whedonverse, as one of its own has passed away before his time. Actor Andy Hallett, who played the demon Lorne in Angel, died Sunday night from heart failure, reports E! Online. He had been battling heart disease for five years.

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redemption song
Apr 29, 2014
Can S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Agent Ward Be Redeemed? Buffy and Angel Say Yes!
How does Ward compare to other villains-turned-heroes like Angel and Spike?
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Nov 16, 2011
QUICK QUESTION: Which Unjustly Canceled Shows Are You STILL Heartbroken Over?
No matter how much time may have passed, some of us still pine for that one TV show that got away. What's yours?
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the returned
Jun 15, 2015
20 Beloved TV Characters Who've Died and Come Back to Life (PHOTOS)
After the emotionally crippling Game of Thrones finale, let's indulge ourselves in a little fantasy by remembering our favorites characters who've come back to life.
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The mind behind Buffy, Firefly teaming with Eliza Dushku for new Fox action-drama series Dollhouse.
Nov 01, 2007
Whedon, Dushku welcomed to the Dollhouse

Praise the heavens, Joss Whedon is returning to television. The creator of cult favorite shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, and Angel has signed a new deal with Fox for a new action-drama series, reports TVWeek.com.

Titled Dollhouse, the show will star former Buffy player Eliza Dushku as a secret agent named Echo. However, she won't be simply flashing a badge and kicking criminals in the face. Each of the agents in Echo's group can have abilities and personalities uploaded into themselves for specific assignments; when they complete the assignment, the memories are wiped from their minds. Dushku's character eventually begins to figure out what is transpiring and realizes that she is being used.

"[Dollhouse] deals with our darkest impulses and our best ones," Whedon said. "It deals with all the things I like to deal with--strength, weakness, power, and corruption."

Dollhouse has been given a ...

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The first episode of Joss Whedon's Dollhouse begins looking like a security video, which shows a dishevelled Eliza Dushku sitting across from an upright business woman.
Dollhouse: Welcome to the World of Pimps and Kidnappers

Is that Faith and Lilah of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel universe? The comparison can't be helped; Dollhouse is another Joss Whedon creation, after all.

Here comes a vampire private investigator and a romance of the undead.
Jan 29, 2007
CBS, Fox pick up pilot pairs

CBS has picked up two drama pilots, Twilight and Babylon Fields, while Fox has ordered the comedy pilots Hackett and Two Families.

Twilight centers on a private investigator/vampire who struggles with the repercussions of immortality, his adversaries in the vampire world, and the love he feels for a mortal.

Babylon Fields is described as a comedic drama in which the dead are resurrected and try to resume their former lives.

At Fox, Hackett centers on Thomas Hackett, a bad-boy literary luminary who escapes his troubles with women and a disgraced career teaching at Yale to become a public high school teacher in Ohio.

Two Families is about two sets of adult siblings who learn they have the same bigamist father.

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Unrequited Love
Feb 13, 2010
Childhood TV Crushes: Where Are They Now?
The onset of Valentine's Day inspired us to reminisce over our childhood TV crushes.
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Joss Whedon's Web series starring Neil Patrick Harris now live--sort of; site collapses under traffic, premiere still up on iTunes.
Jul 15, 2008
Horrible launch for Whedon, NPH

There's only one entertainer in television with Godlike power to control the audience at will, telling timeless stories that stir emotions and form a cultlike devotion. That person is...Oprah.

But just behind her, and no slack himself, is the irreplaceable Joss Whedon. The creator of such cult hits as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly, and Angel, Whedon is a hero among those who demand quality fantasy and his seemingly endless well of creativity churns out hit after hit. In short, Whedon is a smart dude who lives to entertain.

But when the writers' strike hit late last year, Whedon was forced to stop doing what he loved. Searching the rules of the strike and finding a loophole, he and a team of writers decided to make a low-budget Internet series during their downtime.

The series, named Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, launched this morning on the Web at ...

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Echo must save a pop star from a stalker, Agent Paul gets shot and Lubov's mystery is finally revealed.
Jul 02, 2012
Dollhouse: Of Stalkers and Freedom

This episode had so much more going on than previous episodes, as the Dollhouse storyline gets more serious.

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