I don't think it was that at all. I think it was because the episodes were just not that good. It was Fox teeling Dushku that they wanted the show to be less serialized. The particular topic for Dollhouse screams out for serialized episodes. I think by the time it started a more serialized approach the damage was done. Whedon's shows have never found a large audience during their airing and the product was hurt. Same thing with Firefly. Fox relies on the audience numbers and Whedon shows don't deliver that.I think it was a little ahead of its time. ... I am unsure if the audience could quite grasp Whedons ideas in a human body
Thats what I thought I saidI think by the time it started a more serialized approach the damage was done
Aww man did I say that wrong too? Where do I sign up for internet communication classes? I keep getting this wording thing ALL wrong.Dollhouse felt more disjointed, and I think trying to attract an audience took away from the actual story.
Oh, I took that as a different meaning. My mind went somewhere else. Didn't realize you were talking about it being more a procedural.Thats what I thought I said
Aww man did I say that wrong too? Where do I sign up for internet communication classes? I keep getting this wording thing ALL wrong.
I kinda disagree with that. I think if they made Enver Gjokaj the lead he would have been a star and the show would have lasted longer. Towards (I think) the end he was a damn chameleon in that show. I don't think I have seen him on anything else so I can't speak to his acting as a whole but I do know he really brought it for his parts. He was able to really showcase different personalities more than some of the other actors on the show.A lot of people like their stories to be about the characters and their interactions but in Dollhouse, the characters are altered every week so you cannot gain any traction into understanding the dolls. It was never going to be a starring vehicle for any actor because the process was the star.