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First Look: "Dollhouse" Season Two

FOX has released nine promotional images for Season Two of Joss Whedon's metaphysical action drama series Dollhouse, which returns to the lineup on Friday, September 25th.

The nine images can be found below and depict not only a group shot for the series regulars for Season Two but also solo shots of Eliza Dushku (Echo), Tahmoh Penikett (Paul Ballard), Dichen Lachman (Sierra), Harry Lennix (Boyd Langton), Enver Gjokaj (Victor), Olivia Williams (Adelle DeWitt), and Fran Kranz (Topher Brink), all of whom seem to be posing against the backdrop of a bare-bones warehouse set.

Except that is for Echo, who is depicted alternately lounging and posing with a gun in a psychedelically yellow and hot pink room that looks like a windowed jewel box. Hmmm...

Look below to take a peek at just what might lie ahead for the Actives and their handlers next season on Dollhouse. Let the guessing games begin...

(Dollhouse fans, click on the below images to enlarge them.)

DOLLHOUSE: L-R: Dichen Lachman, Fran Kranz, Enver Gjokaj, Olivia Williams, Eliza Dushku, Tahmoh Penikett and Harry Lennix. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Frank Ockenfels/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Eliza Dushku as Echo. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Frank Ockenfels/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Eliza Dushku as Echo. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Frank Ockenfels/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Dichen Lachman as Sierra. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Harry Lennix as Boyd Langton. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Enver Gjokaj as Victor. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Olivia Williams as Adelle DeWitt. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FOX

DOLLHOUSE: Fran Kranz as Topher Brink. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Joe Viles/FO

Season Two of Dollhouse launches Friday, September 25th at 9 pm ET/PT on FOX.


susie que said…
What a contrast. The warehouse shots feel very cold and stiff while the photos of Echo in the yellow room are overwhelming and headache-inducing. I feel like they could have come up with something more clever!
Anonymous said…
I thought it was pretty cool. I love the shot of Echo in the yellow room with the gun!!! Not sure whether the wearhouse stuff is real or not
Anonymous said…
Where's Amy Acker?
Anonymous said…
I can't wait!!! I loooove Eliza Dushku and the whole Dollhouse gang! Can't wait to see what happens in Season 2. Seriously, love anything by Joss Whedon, the man's a genius.
Anonymous said…
Amy Acker is on another show thsi fall. She may be in a couple of episodes. Now Miracle Laurie on the other hand is also missing. I know she has been on the set according to her own Twitter account.
Brody said…
Cool pics, if somewhat unsurprising. Aside from Oliva's odd hairstyle, everyone looks great, and the "doll in a dollhouse" visual pun was worth a giggle or two.

To answer an earlier question: Despite her increasingly significant role in the canon, Amy Acker isn't a series regular; she's a guest star. Thus, no promo pics of her. I kind of hope her new series fails so that Joss can make her a regular on Dollhouse.
Jace Lacob said…
Neither Miracle Laurie nor Amy Acker are series regulars on Dollhouse next season. Thus, no promo photography of either. Acker is contracted to recur on Dollhouse for Season Two and is a series regular on ABC's new series Happy Town.
John Lainton said…
The way i see it, the whole bright "doll in a house" theme for eliza's photo also shows the personality of her character. Going from all bright and cheery to deadly assassin in the blink of an eye..

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