Couldn't resist-- this just came across the WhedonInfo line:Joss Whedon told reporters he still has hope for a second Dollhouse season (and explained about that post-apocalyptic finale.) And Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles producers debunked their show’s cancellation rumor. Plus season three details !
Whedon did a group interview last night as part of his Paley Fest appearance, and sounded as though he hasn’t given up on a second season of his mind-wiped slaves-of-the-rich show :
The chances are] not very good but in limbo. Obviously our numbers are pretty soft, and there it is, but we live in hope. I’m really proud of the episodes that are coming out. More than that, I can’t really ask.
He still holds out hope for renewal. Fingers crossed ! (Although the ratings numbers, for both Dollhouse and Sarah Connor, do remain pretty discouraging.)
Meanwhile, Sarah Connor Chronicles writer Ashley Edward Miller Twittered that we shouldn’t take Entertainment Weekly’s Michael Ausiello too seriously when he claims the show is already canceled, since he said the same thing before season two, and midway through season two :
Time for Ausiello’s semi-annual SCC termination report. False again. (Remember "sets were destroyed" report ? Now you know context, people).
(For the record, Sarah Connor Chronicles has no standing sets, as anybody who’s watched the show can attest.) For his part, showrunner Josh Friedman settled for Twittering :
So what would happen if Sarah Connor Chronicles gets a third season Actor Brian Austin Green spilled a few details to Comic Book Resources, and it sounds fantastic :
The third season is going to be incredible, if it happens. There were no intentions of this being a series finale. It was absolutely a season finale. There’s a plan where this can go and it’s so good....