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Dollhouse( Greg Gayne / FOX )
Will Friday night kill 'Dollhouse'?
Eight months before the first episode of "Buffy" creator Joss Whedon's newest series ever aired on Fox, fans had started an online petition to keep the network from canceling it prematurely. They had reason to worry: Whedon's last series, "Firefly," had received a very brief life on the network in 2002. But mostly people thought the idea silly -- until the spring schedules were unveiled and "Dollhouse," starring Eliza Dushku, had been banished to the wasteland of Friday nights, typically the province of mouth-breather sitcoms and "20/20" specials. After news of a temporary series shutdown and talk of Whedon furiously rewriting episodes, the possibility of the fans needing that petition is very real. But will even that be enough to save the sense of bad mojo surrounding this series? The public will know on Feb. 13. Yes, that's Friday the 13th.