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TELEVISION NEWS: Fox Cans Sarah and Cold Case Survives

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As the Joker says, what kind of topsy turvy world do we live in when Dollhouse is renewed but Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles gets the big boot in the butt?  But according to EW it’s official it’s gone.  On the ok news side, Cold Case has been picked up.  You can check out the full story, here.

TELEVISION: And So It Begins… Again

This evening the new fall season of television programming begins with two returning series on The CW [Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill], one on TNT [Steven Bochco’s inept Raising the Bar] and one on Fox [Prison Break]. Overall, the new season looks a lot like the last one. Thanks to the writers’ strike, a number of series that might have been cancelled are reappearing, series like Life, Eli Stone, Pushing Daisies, Chuck and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles to name a few. Add to them the few buzzworthy new shows [Fringe, The Mentalist, and Eleventh Hour] and it still doesn’t add up to the anticipation for Fox’s Joss Whedon-created Dollhouse. Which is not to say that there aren’t points of interest on the fall schedule.

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