The plot thickens with a delicious mix of secrets and mysteries in Season Two of Pushing Daisies. Olive Snook (Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth) joins a convent in order to keep Lily's (Emmy winner Swoosie Kurtz) secret about Chuck's (Anna Friel) real birth mother. Chuck becomes more independent and moves out of Ned's (Lee Pace) apartment. Ned learns he has identical twin half-brothers and also receives news of his estranged father. Detective Emerson Cod (Chi McBride) secretly yearns for his long lost daughter. Chuck does her best to dodge her aunts, Lily and Vivian (Tony Award nominee Ellen Greene), who don't know she's alive. Meanwhile, Lily and Vivian wrangle over a mystery man.
During Season Two, the group's murder-solving escapades take them to the most unlikely places to solve some of the weirdest cases, including a honey-based cosmetics company where a spokesmodel is found stung to death; a circus where people keep turning up dead; a convent where a truffle-savvy nun is murdered; a Dim Sum restaurant that serves up illegal gambling; a magic castle whose main attraction dies during his act and even a lighthouse to investigate the death of its keeper.
Originally created by Bryan Fuller (Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Heroes), Pushing Daisies follows the whimsical story of Ned, a handsome, wistful pie maker who can resuscitate the dead with his touch.
- The Master Pie Maker - Hop into creator Bryan Fuller's mind to discover the inner secrets of Pushing Daisies!
- From Oven to Table - Follow the production challenges of taking one of Bryan Fuller's script ideas, involving a lighthouse and an egg, and crafting it into reality.
- Secret Sweet Ingredients - Learn how composer Jim Dooley's music shapes a scene in ways most viewers aren't even aware of.
- Add a Little Magic - Watch the visual effects team bring a 2-ton rhino to life and learn about the challenges of executing a scene to rival Jumanji!
|Anna Friel||Charlotte 'Chuck' Charles|
|Chi McBride||Emerson Cod|
|Ellen Greene||Vivian Charles|
|Swoosie Kurtz||Lily Charles|
|Kristin Chenoweth||Olive Snook|
|Missi Pyle||Betty Bee|
|French Stewart||Woolsey Nicholls|
|Rachael Harris||Georgeann Heaps|
|Graham McTavish||Hansel Von Getz|
|Michael Hitchcock||Father Eduardo Dedonde|
|David Arquette||Randy Mann|
|Hayes MacArthur||Buddy Amicus|
|Stephen Root||Dwight Dixon|
|Fred Willard||The Great Herrmann|
|Paul F. Tompkins||Gunther Pinker|
|Tim Bagley||Colonel Likkin|
|Patrick Fischler||The Waffle Nazi|
|Beth Grant||Marianne Marie Beattle|
|Eric Stonestreet||Leo Burns|
|David Koechner||Merle McQuoddy|
|Mary Kay Place||Annabelle Vandersloop|
|Orlando Jones||Magnus Olsdatter|
|George Segal||Roy 'Buster' Bustamante|
|Willie Garson||Dick Dicker|
|Constance Zimmer||Coco Juniper|
|Fred Williamson||Roland 'Rollie' Stingwell|
|Gina Torres||Lila Robinson|
|Wendie Malick||Coral Ramora|
|Nora Dunn||Blanche Ramora|
|Michael McDonald||Galveston Gus|
|Joey Slotnick||Jimmy Neptune|
|Josh Hopkins||Shane Trickle|
- Genre: TV
- Theme(s): Fantasy, Satire/Parody/Comedy
- Director: Lawrence Trilling
- Producer: Warner Home Video
- Length: 598 min
- Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Theatrical Release North America Oct 1, 2008
Blu-ray Release North America Jul 21, 2009
DVD Release North America Jul 21, 2009 Europe May 25, 2009