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La Brea's New First Look Photos Hint at What's to Come in Season 2

Will there be answers to a major mystery from the Season 1 finale?

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We finally have a peek at La Brea Season 2, and it was well worth the wait.

In newly released first look photos of the upcoming season, we see many of our favorite characters (Eve, Gavin, Josh, Izzy, Riley, and more) yet again as they set out on new adventures from the second season. If fans take the time to examine each of the photos, they'll discover they may hold the answers to some of the biggest questions we had following the first season's finale.

One of the biggest queries: Where on Earth did Josh (Jack Martin), Riley (Veronica St. Clair), and Lilly (Chloe De Los Santos) go after they were accidentally snatched into a time loop? Well, in the first look photos it appears Josh and Riley are in someone's home. Is it possible they traveled to 1988 with Isiah? We'll just have to wait and find out.

Find those pics, and more, below. And don't forget to tune in to La Brea's Season 2 premiere on Tuesday, September 27 at 9/8c on NBC and next day on Peacock.

The mysterious Silas appears to be captured.

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Gavin, Izzy, and Ella make their trek from Seattle.

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Levi and Sam are up to something.

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Eve and Levi comfort Lucas.

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Veronica is captured by the Tongva.

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Eve and Levi hold hands.

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Josh and Riley aren't in 10,000 B.C. anymore.

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Ty and Paara are together again.

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Watch La Brea on Peacock and NBC.

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