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September 11, 2008 |

By Seth Freilich | Industry | September 11, 2008 |

elizaimdbit7gc1ub5.jpgYes, production on Joss Whedon’s new Fox show “Dollhouse” has shut down. But chill the fuck out and don’t get your panties in a bunch. They’ve only put the brakes on production for two weeks, and the story being spun is that it’s to give Joss some writing time. Since he directed two of the three episodes in the can, he’s been a busy beaver and hasn’t had the time to tinker with the scripts as much as he’d like. So he requested a two week hiatus and the 20th Century Fox folks said “a’ight.”

Sure, we have no reason to have any faith in Fox at this point, and it certainly wouldn’t be beyond the network to fuck one of its shows several months before it even goes on air. But nevertheless, while I may be naive in this instance, I think this is probably legit. So go pluck that hair that just went gray, grab a beer (what? there’s nothing wrong with cracking a cold one in the morning) and go back to complaining about Rumer Willis.

Relax folks! / Seth Freilich

Industry | September 11, 2008 |

Seth is a Senior Editor and sometime critic. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.

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