FOX is putting faith in "Dollhouse". Talks were circulating that the network was close to renewing the Joss Whedon-created show, and now it is officially confirmed that "Dollhouse" will be back for a second season with 13 episodes in order.
It will be included in the fall schedule and fill in the same time slot, Fridays. This confirmation was reported in an updated story by THR but FOX is expected to formally announce it on the Monday, May 18 presentation.
The renewal of "Dollhouse" is somewhat unexpected for the show starring Eliza Dushku has been receiving low ratings throughout the first season. Apparently the number calculated from DVR and online streaming help to get the show back for another round.
Meanwhile, the DVD for the first season is available for pre-order at Amazon. It will be publicly released on July 28, attached with two un-aired episodes, the pilot "Echo" and the 13th episode "Epitaph One".