It’s no secret that FOX has a hard time trusting Joss Whedon when it comes to his genius mind. I mean look at what they did with Firefly! That’s why it is time for the fans to be heard, it’s time to get loud!  So if you’re a Joss Whedon fan, please pay close attention, because we need your help to save Dollhouse!

Here’s how we’re going to do it, in FOUR simple steps:

Step One.  Leave a comment below.  Tell us exactly what it is that you love about Dollhouse. It can be anything. Is it the plot, the characters, the writing style, the suspense, whatever it is we want to know! The more specific the better.  We will take all of the feedback from the comments and send it to the network explaining for our fans why Dollhouse needs to see a second season (and many more after that).

Step Two. Spread the word.  We want you to talk about it on twitter! Log on to your twitter account and tweet out this message (exactly as it appears):

Support Joss: Save Dollhouse. Fans get their voices heard @BuddyTV Please ReTweet and join the cause.

Step Three. Follow us on Twitter.  Make sure you are following BuddyTV on Twitter to get all the updates on how our campaign is going.

Step Four.  Download our official Save Dollhouse wallpaper. Use it as your own twitter background our wherever you choose. Your desktop, myspace, facebook, anyplace you can think of!


We need to hurry! Even though last week’s episode gained ratings, it wasn’t enough. Dollhouse‘s fate lies in our hands. We are coming to the final episode and Execs will be making their decisions soon.


-Rachel Cameron, BuddyTV Community Champion
(Image courtesy of FOX)

Rachel Cameron

Staff Writer, BuddyTV

Rachel graduated from Washington State with a B.A. in English and Communication. When she’s not watching TV she’s chatting with other TV fans here on BuddyTV and Twitter. Some of Rachel’s can’t miss shows are long time canceled Friends and Party of Five or current shows: How I Met Your Mother, House, Life Unexpected and Glee. However, with DVR she can actually watch it all, and usually does. When she pulls herself away from the TV and internet, you can find Rachel pub crawling around Seattle or at a sporting event.