Futurama Season 7 will be the last, due to poor ratings. Creators “not surprised”
Kevin Bacon takes on serial killer cult in new Fox show The Following
JJ Abrams’ Alcatraz is cancelled by Fox, while Heroes creator Tim Kring’s Touch will see Season 2. Do you think Alcatraz should have another chance?
Heroes creator Tim Kring and 24’s Kiefer Sutherland join forces for new supernatural drama Touch, showing March 13 on Sky 1 and Sky 1 HD.
Steven Spielberg drama’s mediocre ratings and high budget harm chances of a second season, but producers are locking in talent for a second year
Show fights on where Dollhouse, Wonderfalls and Firefly did not.
Discussing the sci-fi show’s return.
We’re kind of okay with it.
The last time a new Futurama episode aired, it was 2003. The next time, it’ll be 2010.
Ratings are down, but it’s resilient in its time slot.
Says Fox agrees in principle to follow up films.
Noted director slated to direct Alien prequel.
Unconfirmed reports from Sci-Fi Wire and Forces Of Geek have suggested, rather strongly, that Fox is looking to recast the voice actors for its returning hit show, Futurama.
One of Ronald D Moore’s two science fiction projects this year, Virtuality, failed to garner any significant viewing figures on its airing last Friday in the United States, further reducing its chances for a green light to series.
Michael Taylor, one of the creator and executive producers of Virtuality recently spoke to io9, in an interview where he cast doubt over the property’s prospects for going to series, and cleared up a few lingering questions that have hovered over its troubled production.
A report from Collider, citing unnamed sources, has stated definitively that Futurama will be back for a 13 episode order soon.
Fox has released the first real look at the characters of its on-again, off-again science fiction series Virtuality. The series, created by Battlestar Galactica reboot-er Ronald D Moore, focuses on a ship sent to another world that will take years to reach its destination. To amuse themselves, the crew have a virtual reality simulator aboard where they can while away the long months in relative comfort, however something sinister is lurking within the system, and the proviso that the crew must take part in a reality television show as a part of their voyage conditions means that they can’t escape whatever it is that’s stalking them.
20th Century Fox, the network that airs Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse, has reportedly come down hard on a fansite that it accuses of “doing a great disservice to the show,” with the director of publicity personally sending an e-mail to its webmaster.
Human Target, the new show from Fox coming this autumn and based on the DC Comics series, has released four clips onto the internet today, which are available to view below.
Kevin Reilly, the president of entertainment at Fox, recently fielded a conference call from journalists asking about the decisions that led to the controversial renewal of Dollhouse and the cancellation of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
In a surprising move, Fox has reportedly renewed the ailing freshman show Dollhouse for a second season, surprising many outlets who had previously written it off as a lost cause.
Fox as announced that it will pick up the pilot for Past Life, with the property going to series for release in the autumn. The CW has also announced that it will be commissioning a series for Vampire Diaries.
Dollhouse, the freshman series from Buffy The Vampire Slayer creator, will be coming to Blu-ray and DVD on 28 July in the United States, including the unaired episode Epitaph One.
The season finale of Dollhouse slumped in its ratings once more last Friday, further cementing the distinct possibility of cancellation when Fox announces its shows for next year on 18 May.
Contrary to all speculation and rumour, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has been picked up for a back nine order. Variety is reporting the news, which is sure to pleasantly surprise fans of the series, who had been bracing themselves for an imminent cancellation announcement following declining ratings and a seeming lack of interest. There … Continued
The upcoming Joss Whedon series Dollhouse has shut down production for several weeks, according to reports from The Hollywood Reporter. The trade paper states that filming stopped after the crew wrapped on the third episode of the series. Joss Whedon reportedly asked Fox for a two-week timeout in order to work on scripts, the quality … Continued
In an amusing, if slightly disturbing mock interview on Whedonesque, Joss Whedon has said that he is reshooting the pilot for his upcoming series Dollhouse. “The fact is, I’m very proud of the episode we shot and the series is making me crazy with the excitement. But I tend to come at things sideways, and … Continued
Joss Whedon has stated that he has put his grudge with Fox over Firefly aside, and is happy to work with them on Dollhouse due to a change in management. The Buffy creator told journalists at the Television Critics Association press tour that the people now involved at the top of Fox weren’t the same … Continued
News has been rolling in thick and fast about which shows will be returning and which have been canned on the US networks in this upcoming season. For more information, see our easy-to-use list below. Pick ups: True Blood (HBO) – Debuting in the autumn, this show follows the coexistence of humans and vampires in … Continued
So the San Diego Comic Con has just finished and we’re… a bit underwhelmed. With Fox pulling out just before the even and the Star Trek announcement not being as huge as we wanted it to be, it was easy to feel a bit disappointed. You’d think that by now we’d have learnt to control … Continued