Doom Patrol Season 2 Premiere Photos: “Fun Size Patrol” Doom Patrol Season 2 Premiere Photos: “Fun Size Patrol”
Preview images and spoilers for the Doom Patrol Season 2 premiere "Fun Size Patrol" airing June 25 on HBO Max and DC Universe Doom Patrol Season 2 Premiere Photos: “Fun Size Patrol”

The second season of Doom Patrol finally arrives on DC Universe and HBO Max on June 25 and we’ve got photos from the season premiere! But first, here’s a description for the season premiere “Fun Size Patrol” with some spoilers:

In the season premiere, Niles, Jane, Cliff, Rita, Vic and Dorothy are still trapped in miniature-size, weeks after the events of last season. Camped out in Cliff’s miniature race-track set up, Dorothy tries to befriend both Cliff and Jane, while Larry does his best to figure out a way to restore everyone to their normal size once again. Meanwhile, Rita asks Vic for help in using her elastic abilities for good, while Jane hides out in the Underground and Niles tries everything to earn forgiveness for his past deeds. In the end though, Niles will have to sacrifice something very precious, by making a bargain with Willoughby Kipling (recurring guest star MARK SHEPPARD) in order to help the team and keep his daughter safe – and the world safe from her imaginary friends.

Christopher Manley directed the episode which was written by Jeremy Carver and Shoshana Sachi. Guest stars in the episode include Mark Sheppard as Willoughby Kipling, Abigail Shapiro as Dorothy Spinner, Julie McNiven as Sheryl Trainor, Michael J. Harney as RJ Steele, Stephanie Czajkowski as Hammerhead, and Mark Ashworth as Rupert. Browse KSiteTV for more Doom Patrol Season 2 content including more photos!

Doom Patrol-- Ep.201 -- "Fun Size Patrol" -- Photo Credit: Mark Hill/ 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Doom Patrol-- Ep.201 -- "Fun Size Patrol" -- Photo Credit: Mark Hill/ 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

 

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KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.

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