FOX (ended 2010)
|I heard in a podcast that there was a good chance that Nathan Fillion will be having a guest appearance in Season 2. I forgot what article it was in though|
I hope so . And he should have a scene with Alpha, so it's like Mal and Wash reunited again .
Thanks TesserT for letting everyone know about the Epitaph One clips! I just wanted to give a quick heads up that Meebo is featuring exclusive clips of Joss Whedon discussing Dollhouse that users can share with their friends (topics include the making of the series, casting, and Season 2):
-Matt (360i on behalf of Fox Home Entertainment)
Only possibly a bit of Summer Glau but a few epps with Alexis Denisof.
Glad to see you are all excited for season 2. I wanted to remind you that season 1 of Dollhouse comes out on Blu-ray and DVD today, including the unaired pilot and Epitaph One episode (the latter will definitely have an impact on stories in the upcoming season).
Also, here is a video of Joss discussing the release and some previews of the bonus material: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8TAx9wxkq0
|I dunno if she's a regular but Charisma Carpenter is joining Legend Of The Seeker.|
EPISODE 2.02 will apparently be called Belle Chose, and according to Alyson Hannigan's twitter is the first one with Alexis Denisof who is scheduled to appear in 4 episodes.
EPISODE 2.04 will apparently be called Belonging.
Casting Call for Episode 2.03:
[NATE JORDAN] Male, Early to mid 30's. Very attractive. Likable but with a distinct edge. Please submit all ethnicities. BIG GUEST STAR.
[NOREEN] Female, Late 20's to Early 30's. A hot, smart go-getter. Please Submit All Ethnicities. ONE DAY GUEST STAR
[CINDY] Female, early to mid 30s. Cute and smart politician's wife (think young Hillary Clinton). Please submit all ethnicities. GUEST STAR RECURRING.
Casting Call for Episode 2.04:
[MATTHEW HARDING] Male, mid 30s to mid 50s. A powerful businessman, MUST HAVE STRONG PRESENCE. Please submit all ethnicities. GUEST STAR, PROBABLE RECURRING.
Just rumors for now. Source is spoilertv.blogspot.com.
|I read something in a magazine yesterday about Dollhouse only being given a limited number of episodes to "prove itself" in the ratings, otherwise, it will be axed due to its low first season ratings. This is a pretty frequent occurrence with shows which don't rate well. NOT that I want it to happen, but how many episodes and ratings would they normally take into account before they axe something? It's usually 4 or 5 in this part of the world.|
That's incorrect, I think. I read an interview with Kevin Reilly (boss guy at Fox) and he said the show only has to maintain it's S1 ratings to stay on air.