The last time Off the Map's Caroline Dhavernas had a midseason show, things didn't go exactly as planned. In fact, it only lasted four episodes on air. Poor Wonderfalls failed because of lousy marketing, a lack of faith by Fox, an out-of-sequence schedule and poor ratings because it was up against a slightly similarly themed Joan of Arcadia. And that's a shame because the show was quirky, charming, bizarre and well-acted. I'm hazarding a guess that Dhavernas's new series, which is from ABC showrunner extraordinaire Shonda Rhimes, and is a medical drama set in the jungle, will last a lot longer, probably years longer, given its more mainstream sensibility. Not that I didn't see the appeal of a bored retail store clerk being given orders by inanimate objects in a Niagara Falls gift shop -- I did -- but apparently that show's devotees were few and far between.