This is the best news I've heard in months! Eonline Hear that? It's the sound of Joss Whedon fans around the world freaking the frak out. (And I am one of them!) I'm thrilled to tell you that just this afternoon, Joss Whedon rang me up to break the news that after a long, Whedonless TV drought, we Buffy fans are finally getting another TV series created by Mr. Whedon himself. Hell. Yeah. While you scream, hyperventilate and then (hopefully) recover, I will tell you this: The news gets even better. Whedon's new FOX series, called Dollhouse, stars Miss Eliza Dushku, best known as Faith to you Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans. And, this show isn't just a pilot. It's already been given a seven-episode commitment by Fox. The series, according to FOX, is about "Echo (Eliza Dushku), a young woman who is literally everybody's fantasy. She is one of a group of men and women who can be imprinted with personality packages, including memories, skills, language?even muscle memory?for different assignments. The assignments can be romantic, adventurous, outlandish, uplifting, sexual and/or very illegal. When not imprinted with a personality package, Echo and the others are basically mind-wiped, living like children in a futuristic dorm/lab dubbed the 'Dollhouse', with no memory of their assignments?or of much else. The show revolves around the childlike Echo's burgeoning self-awareness, and her desire to know who she was before, a desire that begins to seep into her various imprinted personalities and puts her in danger both in the field and in the closely monitored confines of the Dollhouse." So how did Dollhouse come about? When will it start given the impeding strike? And what are the chances a few Buffy alums might make it onto the show? To find out, read on for my exclusive one-on-one Q&As with Creator and Executive Producer Joss Whedon and Star and Producer Eliza Dushku. (Pinch me.) You honestly won't believe how fast this all happened and where the idea first began! Oh, and P.S. to all you fans of writer/producer Tim Minear (Angel, Wonderfalls, Drive). He tells us: "Joss has pathetically begged me to be involved. And I hate to see a slightly younger man weep like a girl. So I said "m'kay." I'll be playing with dolls one way or t'other." This might be too much goodness to bear, no?! There's an interview with Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku at the site link above.