He says that the success of the Veronica Mars Kickstarter campaign "doesn't just open the floodgates" for Firefly/Serenity.
He's joining some big names including Simon Pegg and interestingly, Martin Scorsese.
Two Much Ado actors make the list.
The AV Club covers Dollhouse's "The Left Hand" in a feature that selects episodes that exemplify the unique properties of TV as a medium.
Harmony turns 33 today.
There's going to be a conference presentation to see if Buffy fans are informed about Twilight by video mash-ups such as the Buffy vs Edward video. There's a survey to collect as much as data as possible on this concept of anti-fandom (all data collected will be used anonymously).
Volume 10.1 has essays about identity in Dollhouse, intertextuality, the death of the feminized body, Spike, justice systems and leadership.
Michelle Trachtenberg plays Miranda Prague and is accompanied by Seth Green as Zachary Newman.
A key and a werewolf. What could go wrong?
It's about 17 minutes long. A nice interview that covers a lot of subjects and is quite funny.
The renowned YouTube reviewer gives his in-depth review of Firefly, and elaborates on why it means so much to him.
EW.com runs a fan friendly poll in light of today's Veronica Mars news.
Scroll through the "Because" pics to see him.
CBR has it up.
It's the conclusion of the "Welcome to the Team" arc.
In which she riffs on Supernatural, compliments Sarah Michelle Gellar and sings Joss' praise.
In this week's GeekScholars Movie News podcast GeekScholar Fox reports from SXSW. Red carpet interviews with Amy, Alexis, Clark, Nathan and Joss.
As first reported by Hollywood.com.
io9's tournament excludes Buffy, Angel, Firefly, and Dollhouse (for reasons explained at the link), but numerous showed affiliated with Whedonverse alumni are included in the first round: Supernatural, Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles, Battlestar Galactica, and more.
The transcript of Joss and co answering questions was posted the other day but now you can watch the panel in two parts. The second, and much longer, part can be found here.
Big thanks to mossome for recording the panel.