Though the news of Dollhouse’s cancellation spread like wildfire on Wednesday, actress Eliza Dushku confirmed the decision yesterday saying, “Hear it here. Hey, that’s really why I started [on] twitter, the rumors/news IS true: Dollhouse will not cont. past these 13 eps”
She followed that up with a note of appreciation to the show’s fans and wrote, “BUT… There’s always a but… I can’t express enough — this has been one of the MOST rewarding experiences of my career. Thank you guys!”
The last episode of Dollhouse is scheduled to air on January 22nd and, as Mo Ryan notes, that evening may offer a tough decision for fans of the Joss Whedon universe.
On that same night, Caprica, the Battlestar Galactica prequel series, will debut. Jane Espenson, a veteran of Dollhouse and many other Whedon projects, is one of the executive producers. Then over on Starz, Spartacus: Blood and Sand kicks off. Another Whedon scribe, Steven S. DeKnight, is an executive producer on that show.
What do you think? Which of the three shows are you more likely to watch on January 22nd? Dollhouse, Caprica, or Spartacus? Is it a hard choice?
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