Anyone can happen
|Running time:||60 min.|
|Production company:||Mutant Enemy Productions|
20th Century Fox Television
|Executive producers:||Joss Whedon; David Solomon; Elizabeth Craft; Sarah Fain|
|Producers:||Kelly A. Manners; Eliza Dushku; Chris Cheramie; Tim Minear; Tara Butters; Michele Fazekas; Jane Espenson; Steven S. DeKnight|
|Principal cast:||Eliza Dushku; Harry Lennix; Fran Kranz; Tahmoh Penikett; Enver Gjokaj; Dichen Lachman; Olivia Williams|
|First aired:||July 28th, 2009|
|Last aired:||January 29th, 2010|
Dollhouse is an American science fiction/drama series created and produced by Joss Whedon under his production company Mutant Enemy Productions. The show was broadcast on the Fox Network from July 28th, 2009 to January 29th, 2010. The series aired on Friday evenings and lasted two seasons. Season one was twelve episodes long, plus a pilot episode. Season two had thirteen episodes. The series starred former Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Eliza Dushku as Echo, an agent of "doll" for an agency that hired out individuals to assume new identities and personalities for a variety of purposes.
In addition to Dushku, who also worked as a producer on the series, the principal cast of the show consisted of Harry Lennix as Boyd Langton, Fran Kranz as Topher Brink, Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard, Enver Gjokaj as Anthony Cecoli, Dichen Lachman as Priya "Sierra" Tsetsang and Olivia Williams as Adelle DeWitt. All of the season one regulars reprised their roles for season two. Supporting guest stars on Dollhouse included Amy Acker (Angel), Miracle Laurie, Reed Diamond and Liza Lapira.
Season One Edit
- Main article: Dollhouse/Season 1
|1x1||Ghost||February 13th, 2009|
|1x2||The Target||February 20th, 2009|
|1x3||Stage Fright||February 27th, 2009|
|1x4||Gray Hour||March 6th, 2009|
|1x5||True Believer||March 13th, 2009|
|1x6||Man on the Street||March 20th, 2009|
|1x7||Echoes||March 27th, 2009|
|1x8||Needs||April 3rd, 2009|
|1x9||Spy in the House of Love||April 10th, 2009|
|1x10||Haunted||April 24th, 2009|
|1x11||Briar Rose||May 1st, 2009|
|1x12||Omega||May 8th, 2009|
Season Two Edit
- Main article: Dollhouse/Season 2
|2x1||Vows||September 25th, 2009|
|2x2||Instinct||October 2nd, 2009|
|2x3||Belle Chose||October 9th, 2009|
|2x4||Belonging||October 23rd, 2009|
|2x5||The Public Eye||December 4th, 2009|
|2x6||The Left Hand||December 4th, 2009|
|2x7||Meet Jane Doe||December 11th, 2009|
|2x8||A Love Supremere||December 11th, 2009|
|2x9||Stop-Loss||December 18th, 2009|
|2x10||The Attic||December 18th, 2009|
|2x11||Getting Closer||January 8th, 2010|
|2x12||The Hollow Men||January 15th, 2010|
|2x13||Epitaph Two: Return||January 29th, 2010|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Season one enjoyed strong viewership on online services and digital video recordings despite receiving poor ratings. Viewership was strong enough that FOX decided to give the show another shot and booked a second season block of thirteen episodes.
- Season two of Dollhouse moved from being shot on 35 mm film to high-definition video.
- Tim Minear went from being a consulting producer on season one to an executive producer for season two.
- Lisa Wiegand became the director of photography for season two.
Home Video Edit
- All episodes of Dollhouse have been made available for instant download (HD) on Amazon.com.
- Dollhouse: Season One and Dollhouse: Season Two were released on DVD and Blu-ray by 20th Century Fox Television on July 28th, 2009.
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