Whedon reacts to 'Dollhouse' cancellation

Series creator says he'll pursue Internet ventures

"Dollhouse" creator Joss Whedon on Wednesday shared his disappointment at Fox's decision to cancel the sci-fi thriller.

"I don't have a lot to say," Whedon wrote in a post on Whedonesque.com. "I'm extremely proud of the people I've worked with: my star (Eliza Dushku), my staff, my cast, my crew. I feel the show is getting better pretty much every week, and I think you'll agree in the coming months. I'm grateful that we got to put it on, and then come back and put it on again."

Whedon also addressed his plans. "I'm off to pursue internet ventures/binge drinking," he wrote, fueling speculation that a sequel to hia Emmy-winning Web short "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" might be in the works.

"By the time the last episode airs, you'll know what my next project is," Whedon also wrote. "But for now there's a lot of work still to be done, and disappointment to bear."

"Thank you all for your support, your patience, your excellent adverts. See you again," Whedon said in closing.