Bad news, Christopher Chance fans -- there's a "chance" that Human Target may be cancelled. The 12th and final episode of Season 1 airs tonight, and we imagine it needs to do pretty well to save the show from Fox's hit list. Luckily, it's going out with guns blazing, both figuratively and (we assume) literally, so maybe one shot will get lucky and kill whoever at Fox is in charge of making sound financial decisions. (This show must be pretty expensive to make, what with all the explosions and a new set every week.) But seriously, the finale looks pretty awesome, with two pretty sweet guest stars and secrets, secrets, secrets! Uh... revealed, revealed, revealed!
Battlestar Galactica fans, it is time to get very excited. I don't want to spoil too much, but suffice it to say that Apollo and Helo are together again in tonight's Dollhouse. Also, we see first appearance of one Mr. Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (a.k.a. Alexis Denisof, for the non-Buffy obsessed). And the episode is pretty decent, too! So much stuff to geek out over. Joss really knows how to sucker me back in.
Dollhouse is here! It's finally here! And there's nothing I can say about it that isn't obvious! Or hasn't already been said! It's Joss Whedon. Faith from Buffy is in it. It's going to be amazing. And we're all going to watch it. End of story.
This premiere practically constitutes an international holiday, so please, do squee and squee about it in the comments below. And if for some reason you need more scoop than my extensive copy above, check out our Q&As with Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku, and see what else is on tonight (give Terminator some love!) in our TV listings.
After an empty month of November, it's an embarrassment of riches! Not one, but two hours of Dollhouse await us tonight, with not one, but three awesome guest stars! Not only does former
It is the end of the first season of this new Fox series, or at least the last episode of this season that will air on Fox (one other episode will collect dust until the DVD release), and while it started out pretty rough it got a little better and improved along the way to last week's episode. But it still isn't quite the show that this particular Joss Whedon fan was hoping for. It's getting slightly more interesting with the introduction of Alpha (played awesomely by Alan Tudyk), but boy, episodes like the one with the horses, are just hard to sit through. It is still up in the air on whether this show is coming back next fall, and I'm on the fence about it myself. There are a bunch of save Dollhouse campaigns out there, that I've resisted joining, but if I could get some sort of agreement that we'd get more of the twisted Alan Tudyk (or characters messed up like Alpha), I'd be more inclined to sign on.