Despite a DVR-induced ratings bump, the show’s overall poor ratings and mixed reactions just wasn’t enough to sustain Joss’ vision.
“We’re going to run all the episodes,” Fox scheduling chief Preston Beckman said. “We’re not saying we’re happy with those numbers, or accept them, but we don’t have to overreact.”
We, as a society, are relying more and more on computers and robotics. I’m still waiting for Rosie from the Jetsons to come along. Of course, she’d also freak out sometimes into Crazy Weird Ruby… And ever since then, I haven’t been able to fully trust her.
“Epitaph One” is a stand alone episode — cited by Fox as one of the reasons it was never aired — and guest stars Felicia Day of “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along” fame.
In other news, those looking for a little something different in the reality TV genre, Fox is planning to launch “More To Love,” which is also being called The Bachelor for fat people.