Dollhouse: Casting Whedon Vets
Amy Acker will most definitely return in season two of Dollhouse, for at least three episodes, according to EW.com's Michael Ausiello, who heard it from the man himself -- Joss Whedon. We were a bit worried, considering her full time role on the new ABC drama Happy Town, but it looks like the TV gods have been appeased once again (keep up the good work, gods!).
And speaking of Angel alums, Wesley Wyndam-Pryce may have joined the ranks of fallen heroes, but Alexis Denisof will show up as a recurring character this Fall. Too bad he couldn't also bring along wife Alyson Hannigan -- how fun would it be to see Willow unleash her magic on the Dollhouse?
But wait, there's more! The Watch With Kristin crew over at E! Online adds that, if we're good little TV viewers, and everything falls into place, we may also get to see Summer Glau (River Tam on Firefly and most recently Cameron Phillips on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles).
Felicia Day, who appeared in the unaired season one episode "Epitaph One" -- and not only showed up on Buffy, but was one of the stars of Whedon's Emmy-nominated "Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long Blog" -- will have a cameo in the season premiere, according to Matt Mitovich of TVGuide.com.
And, last but not least, he may not be a Whedon veteran (you can't have everything), but we're still all goose-bumpy to hear Battlestar Galactica's Apollo... er, Jamie Bamber, will appear in the season two premiere, according to EW's Michael Ausiello. He's somehow involved in an "engagement" with Echo and Ballard, her new handler.
What's your take on the guest star news? Talk back in the comments!