It seems that one freshman Fox series might be getting a surprise pick-up on Monday. According to The Hollywood Reporter, their sources are revealing that Fox executives are leaning towards picking up the Joss Whedon series Dollhouse for a second season.
The series was one of the biggest bubble series, and it was revealed recently that the show still was in contention for a renewal, but the high cost of the show was to be the determining factor.
The site did say that the decision could in fact change before the network's upfront presentation on Monday, but, for now, it seems the network is in favor of renewing the series. The site also reported that NBC bubble series Chuck "almost certainly" will be renewed as well.
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