TELEVISION NEWS: Gossip Girl Spinoff Dead, Lost Questions Answered, and Dollhouse Tanks

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Our blog partners, the fine folks at  have a couple of interesting stories going on over at their site today including a look at The Dollhouse ratings tanking. The show ain’t coming back folks.  Check it out here. I don’t watch Lost but the folks try and answer the 10 questions that are still linguring from the show, here.  And they have this to say about the new Gossip Girl spinoff.

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Whoa, what!? This was a shoo-in for the fall schedule and now it’s done? E! Online has another side of the story, with insiders saying that “nothing is dead,” and everything is still in the race. However, that sounds more like PR spin than any actual scoop. For the record, the CW’s official statement on the situation is “No comment.” Read the full story.

One thought on “TELEVISION NEWS: Gossip Girl Spinoff Dead, Lost Questions Answered, and Dollhouse Tanks”

  1. I have mixed feelings about this, I'm not a huge fan of the actual GG show, but watched this episode because I find Snow and Ritter adorable. I liked their story more than the stuck up girls of the Upper East Side and would vote for a swap in shows but we all know that will never happen.

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