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Cancelled Casting News for January 28, 2012

cancelled casting Kevin Weisman and Bebe NeuwirthIt’s a sad day when our favorite TV shows get cancelled but the actors and actresses who populate those TV shows often end up on other programs. It’s what we like to call “cancelled casting.” Here’s where you’ll be able to find a bunch of TV show veterans:

Alias co-star Kevin Weisman will have a recurring role in NBC’s new Awake series. He’ll play a mysterious character called Mr. Blonde who haunts Detective Britton (Jason Isaacs) in both of his parallel worlds. The character apparently has information about the car accident that changed Britton’s life. Awake will debut sometime in the spring.

Beatrice “Bebe” Neuwirth, the actress who played Doctor Frasier Crane’s ex-wife Lilith, is coming to The Good Wife in a recurring role. On the CBS drama, Neuwirth will play Judge Friend, “a sexy woman with a stern manner and little patience for joking around.” No word on when she’ll first appear.

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Cancelled Casting Notes for December 3, 2011

December 3, 2011
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May 19, 2010
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May 16, 2010
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<em>Dollhouse:</em> Could the Joss Whedon TV Series Continue Somehow?

Dollhouse: Could the Joss Whedon TV Series Continue Somehow?

January 29, 2010
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<em>Dollhouse:</em> Eliza Dushku Tweets about Cancellation; “Whedon Smackdown” Coming

Dollhouse: Eliza Dushku Tweets about Cancellation; “Whedon Smackdown” Coming

November 13, 2009
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 Read more . . .
<em>Dollhouse:</em> Joss Whedon Comments on FOX Cancellation; What’s Next?

Dollhouse: Joss Whedon Comments on FOX Cancellation; What’s Next?

November 12, 2009
Over on the site that’s devoted to all things Joss Whedon, the creator of Dollhouse has weighed in on the FOX cancellation. As is his Read more . . .
Dollhouse: FOX Cancels Joss Whedon Series; No Season Three

Dollhouse: FOX Cancels Joss Whedon Series; No Season Three

November 11, 2009
With such low ratings, it had to happen eventually. The Dollhouse is closing after two seasons on FOX. From the mind of Joss Whedon, Dollhouse Read more . . .
FOX Pulls <em>‘Til Death, Brothers,</em> and <em>Dollhouse</em>; Are They Cancelled?

FOX Pulls ‘Til Death, Brothers, and Dollhouse; Are They Cancelled?

October 26, 2009
The FOX network has been having one of their most successful fall seasons in its history. The problem spot on their current schedule is Friday nights, which offers sitcoms Brothers and 'Til Death and Joss Whedon's Dollhouse. Not surprisingly, the programmers have decided to pull the low-rated series from the schedule for November sweeps. They're being replaced by repeats of House and Bones which, sad to say, will no doubt perform much better. While one of the pulled series isn't really leaving and the other is already slated to return in December, this certainly doesn't help their chances for the future. In truth though, the shows' ratings have been killing them long before FOX made this schedule change. Dollhouse, which stars Eliza Dushku, Harry Lennix, Fran Kranz, Tahmoh Penikett, Enver Gjokaj, Dichen Lachman, and Olivia Williams, is the most high-profile among the three. Though the show's ratings didn't really justify it, FOX renewed the series for a second season last spring. The network seems to want to stay in business with Whedon and is doing what they can, within reason, to keep him happy. Based on the ratings, Dollhouse would have been dumped long ago if it was most any other series. Thankfully for the fans, FOX has committed to airing all of its episodes. That doesn't mean however that they'll be ordering any more or renewing it for a third season.

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