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No More Dollhouse for Fox

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Dollhouse is closing its doors at Fox.

The network has canceled Joss Whedon's cult fave, which in May beat the odds with a second-season pickup despite low ratings.

The sci-fi series, which is filming episode 11, is expected to finish its 13-episode order.

After some dismal performance in the fall, despite the ratings bumps Dollhouse got from DVR viewing, Fox benched the show for the November sweep after four episodes.

It is not clear if Fox will air the remaining episodes starting Dec. 4 as planned.

Dollhouse stars Eliza Dushku as a DNA-altered woman who gets implanted false memories for various missions and tasks.

Fox already has picked up breakout freshman dramedy Glee for a full season. Freshman comedy Brothers is still awaiting its fate, but its chances don't look good.

Nielsen Business Media