During a group interview with reporters at last week's Television Critics Association's winter press tour, Kevin Reilly, president of entertainment for Fox, spoke on the future of two of his network's key shows.
For starters, Reilly focused on Dollhouse, the upcoming, highly-buzzed about drama from Joss Whedon.
While the series has undergone reshoots and rewrites, Reilly says the show is where he wants it to be creatively.
"Joss has done his thing," he said. "I want him to just do his show. We had a couple of false starts, and then, frankly, we just left him alone.... Joss is a creative guy, and he does what he believes in."
Dollhouse debuts February 13.
As for Fringe, one of the few hits of the fall, should viewers worry that the drama has not yet been picked up for a second season? Not really.
"I would anticipate it would be," Reilly said.