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Wednesday September 10, 2008 8:20 pm

Dollhouse Stops Production for More Rework

Eliza Dushku in DollhouseShould we start worrying about FOX’s mid-season schedule?

Less than a week after learning that 24‘s production had temporarily shut down, we’re getting word about another work stoppage. According to studio execs, Joss Whedon’s new series, Dollhouse, is once again getting a pre-premiere touch up.

Just over a month ago, the show’s creator announced that he was in the process of writing a whole new pilot. This decision was deemed necessary to help clear up any possible confusion. Now filming is being placed on pause for more scripting adjustments.

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According to a network rep, production will resume later this month. “I can confirm the show has shut down filming until Sept. 25 while the writers work on upcoming scripts. Joss asked for some extra time, and because the show was several months away from airing, we were able to grant his request without disrupting our ability to deliver the shows well in advance of broadcast.”

So will Dollhouse be the disaster we’re now fearing…or a finely-tuned freshman series? We’ll hopefully know in just a few short months.



Wow, he seems to be really nervous about this. I can’t blame him, though, considering what they did to his last show, which was a great show! T_T


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