Ox Notes: November 1, 2007

Yet more fallout from Sabrina Bryan’s elimination on Tuesday night’s Dancing with the Stars Results Show. Maksim Chmerkovskiy told Extra, "There were couples, celebrities that should have been eliminated tonight. The two in the bottom two were not." Julianne Hough agreed: "Sabrina definitely shouldn’t have gone home tonight."

In her latest blog entry, Marie Osmond doesn’t seem too broken up over Sabrina’s departure. But Jane Seymour complimented Sabrina: "She handled the situation better than anyone I can ever imagine."

Sabrina says she’s coping with her ouster: "I’m keeping my chin up and I’m going to take it like an adult." But Sabrina’s partner, Mark Ballas, is definitely sorry their run is over: "I’m sad I won’t get to see her tomorrow."

This week, TV Guide has a two-part interview with Supernatural’s other hunk, Jared Padalecki. Here’s part one.

Joss Whedon is making his triumphant return to the small screen, penning a new series especially for Eliza Dushku.

The possibility of a writers strike has temporarily shelved plans for a Heroes spinoff series, though Heroes’ declining ratings probably played a part in the decision as well.

And the producer of Gossip Girl explained to Entertainment Weekly how they went about adapting the original novels into a television series — no small feat given that there are 11 books in the series.