Could Whedon Be Going to FX?

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With “Dollhouse” concluding next Friday, it appears that Joss Whedon is looking for work.

And while Whedon may be working on the next installment in the “Dr. Horrible” universe and said he’d sworn off working with broadcast networks for his next project, that doesn’t mean he’s entirely done with television.

TV By the Numbers reports that Whedon will have lunch next week with FX president John Landgraf to discuss future projects.

“I have enormous respect for him,” Landgraf said.

We don’t know yet what they’ll discuss, but a Whedon show on FX could great news.

Comments

  1. reppoHssarg says:

    Yah, get the O’s hit out of Fox = FX! Maybe the Yang to Fox’s Yin (darkside).

  2. FX is still Fox so I’m a bit cautious. On the plus side Whedon can create a series he would never be able to do on broadcast television.

  3. At leas ton FX there will be less of a demand to have amazing ratings

    Dollhouse, for example, might have survived if it was on Syfy

  4. Whedon’s projects are meant for niche audiences and therefore cannot coincide with network television well. Its surprising he has not sought cable or even pay channel in the past.

  5. About time. His shows will excel on FX… network TV is for the mundane, cable is for the progressive.

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