There's no way that they will be able to keep Eliza Dushku off of television.
There's a reason why I wish I had gone against my instincts and invested time in Dollhouse--quality. I couldn't do it because it was on Fox. Fox is a terrible network. They kill shows.
Joss Whedon can give you quality and he can provide you something few other networks can--a ready-made fan base that will pay off in so many other ways. Merchandise, dedication, goodwill, karma, you name it.
With Whedon, someone literally has to give the guy the freedom to create and give him five years. A lifetime in television, but in just five years, Whedon can create a franchise (he can do it in much less, and he nearly pulled it off with Dollhouse, but I think that his fans need five years of story arc and everything after that is gravy). Fox could have had a contender. Fox could have had something of serious quality. Instead, they'll just find filler and trash. Filler and trash is worth what in ten years?
I'll check it out on DVD. I'll absorb what Whedon was able to make. It's too bad he didn't get five good years or better with it, but it wasn't his fault. It's Fox. That's what they do to quality. They kill it.