DOLLHOUSE Star Says The Show Is On Track

Amy Acker promises that Joss Whedon's Dollhouse is running smoothly after a short production break.
Last month, creator Joss Whedon halted production on his new Fox series Dollhouse in order to rework the fourth episode and get ahead on subsequent scripts.

Co-star Amy Acker (right) recently assured SCI FI Wire's IAN SPELLING that, despite rumors to the contrary, the production break was not a sign of trouble for the show. "Instead of rushing to make episodes, [the producers] thought, 'Well, we've already made four, and they're all going to be done before the first one airs.' So we have the luxury to take the time and make them the way they want them."

Production resumed on September 25th, following a two week hiatus.

Dollhouse centers on a facility where specially modified humans, referred to as "dolls," are programmed with temporary memories and personalities tailored to different assignments. Eliza Dushku (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) stars as Echo, a doll who starts to retain her memories.

Acker (Angel) plays the enigmatic Dr. Claire Saunders, who serves as the dolls' caretaker.

Premiering in January, Dollhouse will air Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
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