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 20 of the most epic failures in network science fiction TV

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MessageSujet: 20 of the most epic failures in network science fiction TV   Sam 25 Sep 2010, 22:13

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FIREFLY


Network: Fox
Premiere: Sept. 2002
Episodes Aired Before Cancellation: 12 (15 were produced)
What It Was About: In the distant future, man has colonized the cosmos. And in this frontier-esque tomorrow, Capt. Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion)—and his mostly faithful crew, made of doctors, prostitutes, preachers, mechanics and the mentally damaged—plies his trade as a thief, scoundrel and occasional big damned hero.
Interesting Facts: Of all of Joss Whedon's TV shows, this one had the shortest life—and has the biggest, most active fan community. There are Browncoat fan films, charity events and even miniconventions.
What People Said About It: The critical response swung between rapturous ("Firefly benefits enormously from Whedon's ability to take the clichés of any genre and give them a good, hard yank," said Entertainment Weekly's Ken Tucker) and savage ("To call Firefly a vast disappointment is an understatement. Whedon has proven he's capable of brilliance, but this is mere folly," said Tim Goodman of the San Francisco Chronicle).
Ratings: Firefly averaged just over 4.5 million viewers and ranked 98th in the Nielsens, which was well below expectations. Fans blamed this on the fact that Fox showed the episodes out of order and didn't run the actual pilot until very late in the run.
Fallout: Whedon was able to continue the story he began in Firefly in the cult-hit feature Serenity. And, even though he was burned by the way Fox treated his show, he got back into bed with the network for Dollhouse. Which ended only marginally better.


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TRU CALLING


Network: Fox
Premiere: Oct. 2003
Episodes Aired Before Cancellation: 26
What It Was About: Eliza Dushku played Tru Davies, a morgue employee who could both talk to the dead and relive the deceased's last day—while looking for a way to save their lives.
Interesting Facts: Zach Galifianakis played Tru's socially awkward best friend and supervisor.
What People Said About It: EW's Gillian Flynn was not wowed: "If as much attention were paid to the scripts as to the oiling, painting, and glossing of Dushku's pouty lips, we'd have a funky cross of CSI, The Sixth Sense, and Groundhog Day."
Ratings: In its two seasons, Tru Calling never averaged more than 5 million viewers. The series' ad-hoc finale never aired on Fox—instead, the Syfy Channel aired it during a marathon. Ironically, it got the show's best-ever ratings, pulling in 7 million viewers.
Fallout: Clearly, Fox liked what it saw in Dushku, even though it took the network seven years to find another show for her—Joss Whedon's Dollhouse.



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DOLLHOUSE


Network: Fox
Premiere: Feb. 2009
Episodes Aired Before Cancellation: 26
What It Was About: Echo (Eliza Dushku) is one of the "Actives" employed by the Dollhouse, an underground facility that imprints personalities on the Actives and then rents them out to wealthy clients for any number of "engagements." Paul Ballard (Tahmoh Penikett) is an FBI agent obsessed with finding Echo and discovering the secrets behind the Dollhouse.
Interesting Facts: Dollhouse was created by Joss Whedon, who swore off working in television after the cancellation of Firefly and Angel. Dushku lured him back over lunch.
What People Said About It: Critical response was decidedly mixed. USA Today's Robert Bianco described Dollhouse as "a show that [Whedon's] most devoted fans will debate and embrace, and a mass audience just won't get" while Tom Shales of the Washington Post called it "a pretentious and risible jumble."
Ratings: Were never very good. The first season averaged only 4.6 million viewers, and the surprise second season only got half that.
Fallout: Whedon has since moved on to the movies, having been chosen by Marvel to write and direct its tentpole ensemble flick, The Avengers.

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