Dollhouse by Kurt Iswarienko/Fox Dollhouse by Kurt Iswarienko/Fox

Fox chairman of entertainment Peter Liguori at Thursday's upfronts presentation unveiled a "Remote-Free TV" initiative, under which Fox will launch its two new dramas - J.J. Abrams' Fringe (premiering in late August) and Joss Whedon's Dollhouse (coming at midseason) - with half the commercial and promo time of a typical series. That's right, no more than five minutes of ad/promo breaks per hour.

In the wake of increased competition from cable, Liguori wants "Remote-Free TV" to "be bold, to engage, to make audience lean forward." What's your take? A sound idea to give viewers more of what they want, especially from these two exciting new series? - MWM

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