During the Fringe marathon on November 24, Science Channel has been airing promos for Dollhouse and Terra Nova, reported tvbythenumbers.
While Science haven't confirmed they will be airing Dollhouse and Terra Nova soon via a press release, if they're airing promos chances are it is airing on that channel, which means more Summer Glau on tv (even if it's only repeats). They already air repeats of Fringe and Firefly, and now it seems it's Dollhouse and Terra Nova's turn. Science is becoming more sci-fi themed than Syfy, apparently.
Science Channel needs to air Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles next.
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Message #2 | robbo | 29 Nov 2012, 01:47 GMT
ye right choupy, ive watched dollhouse it wasnt to bad, obviously the main reason was that summer glau, appeared as a guest star in a few episodes. but also it had potential to go further with it being a joss whedon show, also its really great that the science channel, are showing an interest in these shows, all we need now is them promoting the TSCC. that would be great lighting the candle and burn that flame, and watch the connors rise from the casket.
Message #3 | The1Russter | 29 Nov 2012, 02:32 GMT
Dollhouse isn't a bad show, but season 1 is a snooze fest. If I were to recommend watching it, I'd say watch Season 1's unseen episode, Epitaph 1, and all of Season 2. The writing was so much better in Season 2. If FOX hadn't announced Season 2 would be its last season, I think the series could have gone on for one or two more seasons with their new writing team and Summer Glau before they had the finale. Season 2 finale, Epitaph 2, was good, but could have been better if expanded into 90 minutes. Some of the scenes felt rushed. It's good the series gets another chance to be viewed, but even Whedon was surprised when FOX cancelled TSCC in favor of renewing his show for a second season.
It would be great if the Science channel would pick up TSCC. This January 2013 is the fifth anniversary of its premiere on FOX. It would be awesome if during its fifth year people could see this wonderful program again. Anyone know if Science channel has a twitter account? or facebook? I don't do facebook, but others do. I'm part of a campaign to organize an event to mark TSCC's 5th Anniv. It would be awesome to at least have Science channel show interest in airing TSCC during 2013.