‘Dollhouse’ second-season premiere moved
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Fans of Joss Whedon’s world of intrigue, dolls/actives, mysterious government organizations and Zen-like settings will have to wait an extra week to see the new season of his and Eliza Dushku’s Fox show ‘Dollhouse.’
The premiere episode, written and directed by Whedon, will air Friday, Sept. 25, instead of the previously announced Sept. 18. No exact word yet on whether the night’s other debuting shows, ‘Brothers’ and ‘Til Death,’ are being pushed back.
The show will also have a presentation at Comic-Con International with Whedon and Dushku attending, and will screen the fabled 13th episode.
-- Jevon Phillips